The new company will develop both unlicensed and licensed PV projects. The joint venture is also expected to become a R&D platform for energy storage.
In a bid to meet growing local demand, and reach out to the U.S. and European markets, the Chinese vertically integrated solar PV company has established a new manufacturing base in Turkey.
The U.S. President’s anticipated decision to pull the country out of the COP21 Paris Agreement on climate change has been met with a healthy dose of bemusement and defiance at Intersolar Europe, where the universal opinion is that solar will find a way to thrive, in whatever political climate.
The scientists have used engineering epidemiology and statistical-data analytics to predict how polyethylene terephthalate films in solar panels deteriorate under multi-factor accelerated weathering exposures.
The 20 MW and 22 MW PV power plants are being built in Turkey’s southwestern province of Izmir.
ET Solutions AG, a subsidiary of Chinese renewable energy firm ET Energy, has announced that it has started the construction of a 19 MW PV project in Turkey for German solar module manufacturer Astronergy.
Solarex Istanbul, the PV trade fair, opened its gates yesterday for the tenth edition of the exhibition. After attracting some 20,000 visitors last year, organizers are optimistic that this year’s attendance will exceed 25,000.
Halk Enerji will focus on unlicensed PV projects up to 1 MW, which in Turkey are expected to reach a volume of 2 GW this year.
A months-long investigation into price dumping in Turkey has concluded, with the Turkish government announcing a list of China-based PV manufacturers who will be subject to antidumping fees for PV imports.