Solar Grids News

Terna to invest US$ 10.45 bn to improve Italy's grid, expanding cross-border connections
Italian grid driver Terna will certainly invest EUR9.5 billion (US$ 10.45 billion) to aid improve the country's nationwide transmission grid and construct cross-border affiliations, paving the way for less complicated accessibility for renewables.
Mar 25, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Grids, Italy, Europe, grid congestion, Terna, Stefano Donnarumma
Bboxx releases flexible items for off-grid communities in Africa
Off-grid pay-as-you-go solar provider Bboxx has introduced a new service to provide renewable solutions to off-grid communities in Africa.
Mar 16, 2022 // Grids, Kenya, Africa, bboxx, off-grid, rwanda
UL, NREL reveal DERs cybersecurity report, call for industry standards to protect against threats
Safety as well as certification company UL and the United States Division of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have actually released a report into the cybersecurity people interconnected grid side devices and inverter-based resources that requires safety criteria to be developed to counter potential threats.
Mar 9, 2022 // Grids, USA, NREL, North America, ders, cybersecurity, standards, Kenneth Boyce
On-Grid vs Off-Grid vs Hybrid Systems
Feb 16, 2022 // Grids, Solar, grid, hybrid systems, off-grid, solar guide, On-Grid
Interconnection reform ought to be a leading priority for FERC, clean energy associations say
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) should make interconnection reform a top priority to lower the backlog of projects waiting to connect to the nation's grid, a coalition of three clean energy profession associations has said.
Feb 15, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, Grids, Policy, USA, SEIA, FERC, PJM, interconnection, North America, American Clean Power Association, advanced energy economy
CPUC indefinitely delays net metering vote in the middle of prevalent criticism of changes
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has actually made a decision to forever postpone its decision on controversial adjustments to the state's net metering laws, according to reports and a Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) statement.
Feb 4, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Grids, Policy, California, USA, SEIA, California Public Utilities Commission, North America, Gavin Newsom, us, net metering, NEM 3.0
Statkraft submits prepare for UK solar as well as grid park
Developer claims 2 complimentary projects might aid accomplish net zero by 2050
Feb 3, 2022 // Plants, Grids, UK, Europe, Statkraft, Charlotte Healey, Lucy Kent
Hive Energy gets grid connection capacity for 200 MW of solar in Greece
UK-based solar programmer Hive Energy Ltd has secured grid connection capacity in Greece for three solar projects amounting to 200 MW, located in the main part of the nation.
Jan 31, 2022 // Plants, Grids, Greece, UK, Europe, PV Power Plant, hive energy
Romania's Restart Energy signs deal to link 50 MW solar park project to grid
Romanian energy supplier Restart Energy claimed on Monday that it has actually authorized a contract to attach to the electricity circulation network a 50 MW solar park it plans to build, spending 40 million (45.8 million euro) in it.
Jan 17, 2022 // Plants, Grids, Europe, Romania, PV Power Plant, Restart Energy
TÜV Rheinland examining potential for PV-powered railways
Technical advisory TÜV Rheinland has been commissioned to study the potential for solar PV to power rail facilities in Germany.
Dec 23, 2021 // Plants, Storage, Grids, Germany, Europe, Railways, tuv rheinland, solar railways
European Energy connects Danish PV to grid
21.6 MW solar plant in Northern Jutland changes energy crops grown for melting as biomass
Dec 23, 2021 // Plants, Grids, Europe, Denmark, european energy, PV Power Plant
550MW Chinese solar project powers up
Wenzhou Taihan has been built on tidal land along with an aquaculture site
Dec 22, 2021 // Plants, Grids, China, Asia, Solar Project
Senator Joe Manchin states he will not support Build Back Better strategy, cites grid dependability 'risk'.
US Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat who is key to passing President Joe Biden's US$ 1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act (BBB), claimed yesterday (Sunday) he will not support the plan, which he claimed would "run the risk of the reliability" of the nation's electric grid.
Dec 21, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Grids, Policy, USA, North America, grid stability, budget reconciliation, Build Back Better
Emergent Solar Energy includes 65-kW solar microgrid to Indiana farm
A recently finished solar microgrid system near Greensburg, Indiana, is expected to produce sufficient clean power to offset almost 4,000 tons of co2 over its life time.
Dec 16, 2021 // Plants, Storage, Grids, USA, North America, microgrid, solar farm, Emergent Solar Energy, Jeremy Lipinski
Yearly EU solar PV deployment reaches brand-new high of 25.9 GW.
The European Union's (EU) solar PV market has actually navigated a year besieged by supply chain disruptions and module prices hikes to post record levels of yearly deployment, according to research from SolarPower Europe (SPE).
Dec 16, 2021 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Grids, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Spain, Sweden, France, Germany, Hungary, Europe, Netherlands, Denmark, European Union, deployment statistics, spe