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Kenyan government blamed for sluggish progress of solar

Two solar farms with 80 MW of generation capacity tendered in 2017 are being built and will be commissioned this year but another two, allocated at the same time, are no nearer construction. Kenya, however, has been touted as the site of Africa’s first wind-solar-storage hybrid project.

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Tepco reveals plan to spin off global renewables unit

The Japanese utility will set up a new, separate company early next year to oversee its renewables generation business, but says it remains committed to developing 6-7 GW of new projects in the years ahead.

Windlab starts Australian PV-wind-battery park following grid delay

Australian renewables developer Windlab has connected and energized its landmark energy park in northern Queensland, comprising 43 MW of wind, 18 MW of solar and a 4 MWh battery.

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Eurus enters Chilean PV with 18 MW acquisition

Japan’s Eurus Energy has entered the Chilean solar market by purchasing 18 MW (AC) of operational PV capacity in the South American country from Spanish renewables developer Grenergy Renovables.

Eurus finishes 10.5 MW (AC) in western Japan

The Tokyo-based renewables developer installed the 13.8 MW (DC) solar array on a 23-hectare plot of land west of the city of Osaka in Awaji, Hyogo prefecture.

Eurus Energy finishes 27.6 MW in Hawaii

The Tokyo-based renewables developer completed the project last week in Waianae, on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. It is the company’s second biggest utility-scale PV array in the U.S.

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