星期六, 二月 22, 2020
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Solar brings safe water to Bangladeshi coastal communities

Solar power is helping to bring safe water to thousands of Bangladeshi coastal residents without access to grid electricity, under a contract worth almost...

Greece to install 3 GW of solar in mining regions

Greece has announced plans to install two large solar PV parks at mining sites. The investment will come from the national electric utility as...

Turkey cuts admin fee for rooftop PV systems

The Turkish government has decided to cut the one-off administrative fee applied to rooftop PV systems, the country’s official journal has stated. The tariff, which...

French Army plans for 246 MW solar plant

France’s Ministry of the Armed Forces has announced the winner of a tender for a PV power plant at the Creil air base, north...

New impetus for Ghana’s solar ambitions

Ghana’s largest power supplier, the Volta River Authority (VRA), has begun building two PV power plants with a total generation capacity of 17 MW...

Bangladesh prepares to tender solar rooftops on public buildings

The government of Bangladesh is turning to the private sector to roll out a net-metering program on all public buildings. Under the plan, the nation will be divided into eight...

Coronavirus could cause solar panel price spike

Investment banking company Roth Capital Partners has predicted solar prices including the cost of PV modules could rise in the near term as the coronavirus outbreak in China...

Canadian 400 MWac merchant solar plant secures financing

Canada’s largest solar project, the 400 MWac Travers plant planned in Vulcan County, Alberta, has secured funding after Danish investment management company Copenhagen Infrastructure...

German coal mines could host 3 GW of floating PV

A study undertaken by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) for renewable energy developer Baywa re, has calculated lignite open-cast ponds in Germany could host 56 GW...

China holds firm on strategy to build self-sufficient domestic polysilicon industry

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has announced the anti-dumping duties applied to U.S. and South Korean-made polysilicon will remain in place for another five...

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NTPC invites global bids for 1.2 GW ISTS connected solar projects

State-owned power generator NTPC Limited has opened a tender to set up an aggregate 1.2 GW of grid connected solar projects anywhere in India. The projects—to...

Waaree signs MoU with Gujarat to set up Rs 11 billion solar modules and cells plant

Mumbai-based solar module manufacturer Waaree Group has signed an MoU with Gujarat government to set up a Rs 11 billion solar modules and cells manufacturing plant in the state. Coming...

Spanish bank acquires big stake in solar racking manufacturer

Aurica Capital, a private equity fund owned by Spanish lender Banco Sabadell, has announced the acquisition of a 41.5% stake in compatriot solar tracker manufacturer STI...

Solar projects get reprieve as govt declares COVID-19 a Force Majeure situation

India’s Ministry of Finance has notified that supply chain disruptions due to the spread of Coronavirus in China or any other country would be considered as...