Germany

Solar takes done in most recent German joint auction
Federal network company BNetzA says no proposals were obtained for onshore wind in the tender
Nov 25, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, BNetzA
EnBW payments part of the 187 MW initially huge scale aid cost-free solar park in Germany
German energy company EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG is gradually putting Germany's largest solar park right into procedure in Werneuchen (Brandenburg). While the first kilowatt hours are being fed into the grid, the construction of the 187 MW Weesow-Willmersdorf plant proceeds. Around 70 percent of the modules have been mounted. Both transformer terminals, whereby the electrical power produced in the solar park is fed into the 110-kilovolt high-voltage line, are ready for procedure.
Nov 25, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, enbw
Home Solar Demand Surges Through the Roof in 2020
All over the world, the property solar sector is solid. Lockdown limitations have offered customers extra reason to take notice of their power costs, and more time to pursue residence enhancements like solar.
Nov 18, 2020 // Residential, Market Research, USA, Germany, Australia, Europe, Oceania, North America
Encavis boosts profits by 5 percent in the initial nine months of 2020
In the very first 9 months of 2020, German solar as well as wind power plant operator Encavis AG accomplished a year-on-year boost in sales of around five percent to EUR234.3 million ($277 million).
Nov 18, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, encavis ag
Fifty percent a million planetary systems could be closed down too soon by 2030 in Germany
Within the next ten years, as much as 447,000 still working solar energy plants in Germany are intimidated with closure if the present draft law on the change of the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) is stuck to. According to a research study by EUPD Research in support of the solar and also storage market, "most of operators will certainly switch off their solar power systems as soon as they are no more eligible for aids after 20 years, as their continued operation will then no more pay".
Nov 16, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe
Oxford PV obtains EUR8.8 million in financing for growth of its German center
Oxford Photovoltaics Germany GmbH is spending about EUR44 million ($52 million) in the development of its production center in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany. The Brandenburg Ministry of Economics is supporting the development with EUR8.8 million ($10.4 million).
Nov 16, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, Oxford Photovoltaics Germany GmbH
Greencells issues EUR25m environment-friendly bond to go after 1.8 GWp EPC pipe
German solar design, procurement and also building (EPC) service provider Greencells has actually released a safeguarded environment-friendly bond worth EUR25 million, the proceeds of which will certainly be used to target a considerable EPC pipeline.
Nov 13, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, green bond, greencells, Andreas Hoffmann
BayWa: International trade with solar modules flourishes
German BayWa AG reports incomes prior to rate of interest and also tax obligations (EBIT) of EUR102.7 million ($ 121 million) for the first nine months of this year, a significant increase on the previous year's number of EUR77.3 million.
Nov 13, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, BayWa AG, Klaus Josef Lutz
RWE's solar as well as wind portfolio to reach 10GW by year-end regardless of commissioning delays
Germany's RWE is on track to increase its solar as well as wind portfolio to 10GW by the end of 2020 as the company increases its renewable energy development following project appointing hold-ups due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nov 12, 2020 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Germany, Europe, rwe, Markus Krebber, green hydrogen, covid-19
Kaco launched Blueplanet 105 kW and 125 kW inverters
German manufacturer Kaco New Energy GmbH released a brand-new PV inverter with 105 kW for commercial and also industrial customers.
Nov 10, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Inverters, Germany, Europe, Kaco New Energy GmbH, Blueplanet, Kurt Desimpelaere
Environment-friendly hydrogen: Utilizing solar energy for water splitting
Max Planck scientists evaluate the destruction of photo-electrodes for water splitting as well as publish their current lead to ACS Applied Energy Materials
Nov 6, 2020 // Technology, Solar to Fuel, Germany, Europe, hydrogen, Max Planck, Siyuan Zhang, Christina Scheu
AE Solar releases "Ecplise" modules
AE Solar GmbH, a module supplier based in Königsbrunn near Augsburg, Germany, is releasing a new module series on the marketplace.
Nov 5, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Germany, Europe, PV module, AE Solar GmbH
'Everything about the sun': Solar plant powers up at Sol brewery
Inauguration of solar plant at Sol brewery in Netherlands will certainly help parent firm Heineken reach goal of attaining 70 per cent renewable energy across its production centers
Nov 4, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Germany, UK, Australia, Europe, Oceania, Netherlands, Africa, South Africa, Sol brewery, Diederik Vos
Luxcara jumps on 172MW German solar
Building and construction to begin this year with industrial operation to start at the end of 2021
Nov 3, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Germany, Europe, Belectric, Luxcara, Martin Zembsch
Solar cells of the future
Organic solar cells are less expensive to generate as well as more flexible than their counterparts made from crystalline silicon, yet do not supply the same level of effectiveness or stability. During his doctoral thesis, Andrej Classen, who is a young researcher at FAU, showed that boosts in performance can be achieved using bright acceptor particles.
Nov 2, 2020 // Technology, Germany, solar cells, Europe, efficiency, Christoph Brabec, Thomas Heumüller, Andrej Classen, i-MEET, FAU, Larry Lüer