Solar Grids News
In this category, you can find all the news related to utility-interactive PV plants. Solar installations can be classified into three following types: on-grid, off-grid and hybrid systems with battery storage. Grid-feed PV modules generate power during sunny weather and supply it into electric grid, so you can access this backup power when needed.
Trungnam Group launches the largest solar farm in Vietnam in the middle of renewables drive
Trungnam Group officially ushered in the 500KV transformer station as well as 220/500KV Grid line, as well as the 450 MW Trung Nam Thuan Nam solar power plant on October 12th, 2020 in Phuoc Minh commune, Thuan Nam area of the south-central Ninh Thuan Province. It's a spectacular occasion as well as vital project in celebration of the 14th Ninh Thuan provincial Party's Congress, 2021-2025 terms.
Oct 13, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Grids, Asia, Vietnam, PV Power Plant, Trungnam Group
Alhandasya to inject 62 kWp into the grid thanks to a solar power plant in Tajura
The Libyan firm Alhandasya has been picked by the Libyan federal government to construct a 62 kWp solar power plant. The installation will be located in the Centre for Solar Energy as well as Research (CSERS) in Tajura, near the funding Tripoli.
Oct 1, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Grids, PV Power Plant, Alhandasya, Tajura
What's required for a multi-gigawatt market to develop
A multi-gigawatt co-location market looks readied to take off within the next five years, nonetheless unpredictability over DC combining, the demand for expensive symmetrical grid connections and also outdated governing frameworks take the chance of preventing the marketplace's growth.
Sep 25, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Storage, Grids, USA, North America, Jenny Chase, dc coupling, balancing mechanism, grid connections, Corentin Baschet, Ben Irons
'Success for grid dependability' as FERC order opens up United States wholesale markets to dispersed energy
United States wholesale energy markets will be opened up to distributed power sources (DERs) such as small solar systems and battery storage systems under a brand-new ruling that proponents say will enhance grid dependability and also reduced prices for customers.
Sep 18, 2020 // Plants, Storage, Grids, USA, SEIA, FERC, North America, Kelly Speakes-Backman, virtual power plant, Neil Chatterjee
3 GW of Rooftop Solar in 2020, And a Grid Headache for Australia
Australia, after a hesitant welcome of renewable resource originally, has virtually broken down the door for renewable energy now. The globe's biggest coal merchant is racing to build solar, sometimes faster than the grids can maintain.
Sep 8, 2020 // Grids, Rooftop PV, Australia, rooftop PV, Oceania, Clean Energy Regulator, Solar certificates, solar subsidies, STC
Senegal presents VAT exception for off-grid solar items
The Senegalese federal government is aiming to increase access to solar energy in backwoods by decreasing VAT on PV panels, inverters, solar thermal collectors and various other items in an initiative to achieve global power gain access to in the nation by 2025.
Sep 2, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Inverters, Grids, Africa, Gogla, Senegal, Namory Doumbia
Repositioning Australian roof PV
A University of South Australia research study has shown that solar owners offering electrical energy to the grid ought to position their panels to lessen the inconsistency in between peak usage and height production.
Sep 2, 2020 // Commercial, Residential, Grids, Rooftop PV, Australia, rooftop PV, Oceania, Kirrilie Rowe, OpenSolar, Andrew Birch
Portugal solar public auction surpasses federal government expectations as Enerland named record-low prospective buyer
Portugal's record-breaking solar public auction "went beyond assumptions", a top government official has informed PV Tech, confirming that Spanish company Enerland was the business with the most affordable proposal.
Sep 1, 2020 // Plants, Markets & Finance, Grids, Portugal, Q CELLS, Battery Storage, Iberdrola, Enel, Europe, solar-plus-storage, solar auction, Hanwha Q Cells, audax, world record, record lows, joao galamba, enerland, tagenergy
Hungary's very first 'city-owned wise grid' to obtain solar-plus-storage
Hungary's initial "city-owned clever grid project" will certainly be powered by a 1.3 MWp PV center and sustained by a 1.2 MW lithium-ion battery power storage system with an ability of 2.4 MWh.
Aug 28, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Storage, Grids, Battery Storage, Europe, solar-plus-storage, lithium-ion, Storagedigital, colocation, power converters, smart grid, municipal owned, project news, Andreas Becker
Portuguese government verifies globe record solar rate of $0.01316/ kWh.
The Portuguese government has disclosed some of the preliminary outcomes of the nationwide solar auction which closed on Tuesday. Antonio Delgado Rigal, president of energy forecasting solution Aleasoft, said that the 15-year contracts granted in the auction were the vital to understanding the reason of such an affordable price. This, combined with the civil liberties for land as well as grid link guaranteed by the auction, makes attractive bidding at small cost.
Aug 27, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Storage, Grids, Portugal, Iberdrola, Enel, Europe, auction, AleaSoft, Antonio Delgado Rigal, Hanhwa Q Cells
PV plant supplying grid supplementary services in Chile
Chile's National Electric Coordinator has actually approved authorization for a brand-new First Solar PV project to supply supporting grid services on a commercial basis. The setup has actually done much better than gas generator innovations.
Aug 21, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Grids, First Solar, Chile, South america, PV Power Plant, Carlos Barria
Queensland solar drivers shocked by curtailment warning, anticipating rapid resolution
The driver of a 50MW solar center in North Queensland in danger of curtailment anticipates the trouble to be solved in the following couple of weeks.
Jul 31, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, Inverters, Grids, ENERGY STORAGE, Australia, AEMO, queensland, Oceania, Genex Power, pumped hydro, grid stability, hydro storage, Simon Kidston