JRE 'diversifying financing' for 200MW solar in Japan
Tokyo-headquartered developer Japan Renewable Energy Corporation(JRE )has partnered with a subsidiary of Sumitomo Mitsui Finance & Leasing(SMFL )for three solar PV jobs with a combined overall of 200MW capability that are under construction in Japan'' s Kumamoto and Kagoshima prefectures.
Feb 5, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Japan, Asia, JRE, sumitomo, smfl, kagoshima, kumamoto
Denmark's CIP to bankroll Canada's 'largest operating solar task'
A Denmark-based facilities investor is to sponsor what is forecasted to become Canada's biggest solar project, with construction set to start later this year.
Feb 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Canada, North America, greengate, CIP
UK and Israeli firms to release 420MWp merchant solar duo in Spain
Spain is poised to host yet another major subsidy-free solar setup, an additional indication that foreign gamers wish to sidestep power purchase contracts (PPAs) completely.
Feb 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Spain, PPA, Europe, subsidy-free solar, subsidy-free pv, hive energy, noy fund, Giles Redpath
Solar PV panel with encapsulated tracking mirrors unveiled at Intersolar
Canadian solar product developer ISP Solar presented its development 'Intensifying Solar Panels' at Intersolar in San Diego, California
Feb 5, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing News, Canada, solar pv, North America, ISP Solar, Suneet Singh Tuli
Yotta to set up SolarLEAF at CSU Dominguez Hills
Yotta, the designer of safe panel-level energy storage, has partnered with California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) to set up Yotta'' s exclusive technology for energy storage on school.
Feb 5, 2020 // Technology, Storage, Software, California, USA, North America, Yotta, SolarLEAF, Omeed Badkoobeh, Kenneth Seeton
Nextracker reveals new software application for solar park monitoring
The U.S. tracker service provider has actually launched NX Navigator, a control system it states offers improved keeping track of across a range of weather. The company declares the software application enables PV plant operators to set up maintenance operations such as cleaning and mowing.
Feb 5, 2020 // Software, USA, North America, Nextracker
Work begins on 30 MW solar plant in Burkina Faso
Electricity created by the center will be offered at $0.08/ kWh to nationwide utility Sonabel. Burkina Faso just recently adopted a solar-oriented energy policy.
Feb 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Burkina Faso, Sonabel
NTPC Tenders for 650 kW Rooftop Planetary system in Chattisgarh
NTPC Limited has actually issued a tender for establishing rooftop solar plants worth 650 kW at the plant buildings and the Urja Bhavan at NTPC Sipat in Chattisgarh.
Feb 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Rooftop PV, India, tender, NTPC, Asia, rooftop PV, Chattisgarh
Vikram Solar Works with Inox Wind's Saibaba Vutukuri as New CEO
In a substantial advancement, nation's among the leading solar module maker Vikram Solar on Wednesday stated that it has selected Saibaba Vutukuri as its brand-new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Feb 5, 2020 // Manufacturing News, India, Asia, Vikram Solar, solar module, Gyanesh Chaudhary, Saibaba Vutukuri
Flair Group to Solarise its Manufacturing Plant with SunAlpha Energy
Rajasthan based SunAlpha Energy on Wednesday stated that it has participated in partnership with Flair Composing Industries Ltd, country's one of the leading manufacturers of composing instruments, to solarise its manufacturing center.
Feb 5, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, India, Asia, SunAlpha Energy, Flair, Puneet Goyal, Sumit Rathod
Canadian 400 MWac merchant solar plant protects funding
The project will operate at a profit in part thanks to an emissions plan introduced by the province of Alberta on January 1. The plant will have the ability to sell its carbon certificates.
Feb 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Canada, North America, Dan Balaban, Christian Skakkebaek
Coronavirus could trigger solar panel cost spike
The coronavirus outbreak in China could raise solar module costs in the near term as manufacturers have actually already begun experiencing wafer and solar glass shortages. Production rates are likewise being affected by an extended brand-new year holiday introduced by the authorities as a step to deal with the infection, and the requirement employees from infected areas quarantine themselves for two weeks.
Feb 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, China, Europe, Asia, solar panel, Coronavirus
Forecasting solar power generation with 'deep photovoltaic nowcasting'
The 'deep photovoltaic nowcasting' task established by Chile's Institute of Engineering Sciences of the University of O'Higgins, Canada's Laval University and Japan's Kyoto University, seeks to make short-term, high-resolution forecasts of solar power generation.
Feb 4, 2020 // Technology, Japan, Canada, Chile, South america, Asia, North America, Rodrigo Verschae
UK designers introduce freestanding curved panel
Item advancement company the Cambridge Design Partnership, dealing with compatriot solar service Solivus, has actually developed a curved solar module featuring a natural thin movie. The style is based upon Solivus' desire to "create a product so attractive that individuals would enjoy to have one in their garden".
Feb 4, 2020 // Technology, Manufacturing News, Germany, UK, Europe, solar panel, Solivus, Jo Parker-Swift, Ben Crundwell
UK company to construct 'carbon-neutral' Neom desalination plant
Saudi Arabia has selected the UK-based Solar Water to develop the very first 'carbon-neutral' desalination plant in the city of Neom
Feb 4, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Saudi Arabia, UK, Europe, Asia, desalination, Neom, Nadhmi al-Nasr