Solar Grids News

Husk Power 1st Minigrid Company to Power 100 Neighborhoods, 5000 Micro-Enterprise Customers
Husk Power has actually achieved two sector firsts: exceeding 100 community minigrids as well as serving greater than 5,000 micro-enterprise clients.
Dec 11, 2020 // Grids, India, Asia, Africa, milestone, minigrids, Husk Power, Manoj Sinha, Brad Mattson
Siemens Energy to deliver Uniper grid services
Firm will certainly set up and commission turning grid stabilisation units at two English sites
Dec 8, 2020 // Grids, UK, Europe, England, Siemens Energy, UNIPER, Karim Amin
Nigeria introduced new solar program
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has released a new program to give 25 million Nigerians with tidy, risk-free and also cost effective electrical power. The effort as part of the Economic Sustainability Plan (ESP) will turn out 5 million brand-new solar links in off-grid communities throughout the nation.
Dec 3, 2020 // Residential, Grids, Africa, Nigeria
Scaling dispersed solar as well as storage space is lowest-cost course for United States to get to clean electric grid-- study
Deploying at the very least 247GW of rooftop and also community solar and also 160GW of local energy storage is one of the most economical means for the United States to change to a clean energy system by 2050, a brand-new report has located.
Dec 2, 2020 // Residential, Markets & Finance News, Storage, Grids, Policy, USA, SEIA, Sunrun, solar-plus-storage, North America, Sean Gallagher, Vote Solar, Jeff Cramer
Total Solar DG constructing solar, storage space crossbreed micro-grid in Cambodia
France's Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG) on Monday said that it has partnered with Singapore-based programmer Canopy Power Pte Ltd to understand a solar as well as storage space hybrid micro-grid project in Cambodia.
Nov 30, 2020 // Storage, Grids, Asia, Cambodia, Total Solar DG, micro-grid
Energy technology companies target Spanish grid alleviation with house solar-storage offer
Energy company OVO Energy has enlisted battery storage space service provider sonnen to release a house solar-storage offering in Spain with the goal of reducing grid constraints in the country.
Nov 16, 2020 // Residential, Storage, Grids, Spain, Europe, solar-plus-storage, Ovo Energy, Sonnen, kaluza, Sara Wood
Australia's Northern Territory eyes 'electrical energy superhighway' to make it possible for renewables assimilation
The growth of long-distance transmission links that can support the development of renewable energy areas in Australia's Northern Territory (NT) is being explored by the city government.
Nov 10, 2020 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Storage, Grids, Northern Territory, Australia, solar-plus-storage, Oceania, renewable energy zone, transmission line
Developers signed agreements for solar hybrid mini grids in Nigeria
Two solar business signed a contract with the Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency to create solar mini grids in Nigeria.
Nov 9, 2020 // Plants, Grids, Africa, Nigeria, Ahmad Salihijo Ahmad, Performance Based Grant, Nayo Tropical Technology Ltd, Anita Otubu, Nigeria Electrification Project
Schornhof solar park connected to German power grid
Renewable energy business Statkraft has revealed that the first 30MWp of the Schornhof solar park near Ingolstadt, Bavaria, has been attached to the German power grid.
Nov 2, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Grids, Germany, Europe, Statkraft, Solar Park
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
Lithuania prepares large-scale battery storage space for grid switchover
The Government of Lithuania reportedly prepares to build one of the world's biggest battery parks as it separates from the Russian-controlled power grid.
Oct 12, 2020 // Storage, Grids, Europe, Lithuania, ignitis group, Zygimantas Vaiciunas
Why to Incorporate Utility Mapping in Renewable Engineering Projects
There has been a fairly constant rise in Utility Strikes according to the most recent report from the Precision Utility Mapping.
Oct 6, 2020 // Grids
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
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