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Germany registers 377 MW of new PV in October

According to the latest statistics from the Germany Federal Network Agency (Bundesnetzagentur), 377.6 MW of new PV capacity was installed throughout the country in...

‘Green electrons and molecules’ from the desert

A powerhouse to the world – this is what the Desertec initiative now promises to become, 10 years after it was launched. The Desertec Industrial...

Narrowing down 166 billion battery materials

The search for new materials and battery chemistries is an important one, as scientists look for materials that can match or exceed the performance...

Italy’s Eni wins Kazakhstan’s 50 MW solar auction with $0.032/kWh bid

JSC Kazakhstan Electricity and Power Market Operator (JSC KOREM) has revealed that the winner of the auction for a 50 MW solar power project...

Greece aims to install 5 GW of PV by 2030

Greece’s new strategy for its energy sector and the climate builds on an earlier version of the plan that was published in January by...

Ireland launches auction scheme for renewables

Ireland’s Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) has announced that the long-awaited Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS), which started taking shape in September 2017,...

Enertronica Santerno reports higher inverter shipments in 2019

Inverter maker Elettronica Santerno, a former unit of Italian industrial group Carraro, recently changed its name to Enertronica Santerno, after it was acquired by Milan-based...

Australia’s 1414 Degrees to supply abandoned Aurora CSP site with PV, thermal storage

Plans for electricity generation at the Aurora concentrated solar power (CSP) project site have been rekindled by Adelaide-based thermal energy storage company 1414 Degrees....

ADB to provide $451 million to strengthen grid in southern India

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Indian government have signed a $451 million loan agreement to strengthen power connectivity between the southern and...

New sandwich-like material for lead-free perovskite solar cells

Scientists from Purdue University in the United States have unveiled new organic-inorganic hybrid perovskite materials that are said to be able to improve the...

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