Brazil's Copel to include 4.5 MWp of solar panels next to substations
Brazilian power energy Companhia Paranaense de Energia (BVMF: CPLE6), much better called Copel, prepares to develop 4.5 MWp of solar plants beside substations to produce energy and also counter a portion of its very own consumption.
Jun 8, 2023 // Plants, Solar Panels, South america, Brazil, Copel
Canadian Solar Announces Big Capacity Expansion Plans
By the end of Q1 2024, CSI Solar intends to add 30 GW of ingot, 15 GW of wafer, 10 GW of cell and also 25 GW of module capacity. For 2022, Canadian Solar clocked a net income of $240 million that it lately announced.
Apr 12, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Canadian Solar, Solar Panels, solar cell, solar module, Renewable Energy, Shawn Qu, CSI Solar, solar wafer, Canadian Solar plans, capacity expansion plans, Solar Ingot
World's Largest Man-Made Dam Weighs Making Use Of Floating Solar Panels
The authorities accountable of the globe's biggest man-made lake are considering making use of floating photovoltaic panels to generate power after plummeting water levels strengthened power outages in Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Mar 27, 2023 // Floating PV, Solar Panels, Africa, zambia, Zimbabwe
IbVogt Selects Nextracker to Supply Solar Trackers for 150 MW Power Plant in Spain
IbVogt, German worldwide solar programmer, has chosen Nextracker's XTR for the 150 MW Garnacha solar power plant in Spain. The project is backed by a twelve-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Google.
Mar 14, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, PPA, Solar Panels, Google, Nextracker, Dan Shugar, NX Horizon-XTR™, Garnacha solar power plant, IbVogt, Patrick Zenker, solar tracker solution, Terrain following tracker
Redington Forges Partnership with Credence Solar for Solar Solutions Adoption
The partnership will strengthen Redington's present portfolio as well as schedule of solar items, the company states.
Mar 2, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, Solar Panels, bifacial, Solar Products, Redington, solar technology, Solar PV-Modules, credence solar, M12 modules, Pradeep Srikanthan
Akuo Energy Sets Up Agrisolar Portfolio in Greece With Four PV Comprising 1 MW Each
French renewable energy firm Akuo Energy has established its first solar park in Greece, with four PV comprising 1 MW each. This new photovoltaic plant is a result of the MoU signed between the regional authority and local agricultural firms, and is set to give an impetus to the addition of renewable energy sources.
Feb 23, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, ENERGY STORAGE, Solar Panels, agrivoltaics, Akuo Energy, solar farm, Balkan countries, Chalki island project, Floating solar projects, renewable sources, wind farm project
Panchkula Village, Govt Buildings to Get Solar Power Plants
The administration has strategies to establish a 2 MW solar power plant on 7 acres of land at Naggal village in Barwala. Further, the administration also intends to consist of five government buildings to have 5 MW solar power plants.
Feb 21, 2023 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Solar Panels, Solar Power Plant, RESCO, RPO, e-buses, HAERDA, HUDA, Power Department, Solar City Project, Solar City-Green City, solar power system
University of Maryland Scientists Looking to Convert Sunlight into Chemical Energy
Scientists from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County are researching ways to make solar panels more efficient by using molecules found in plants, like chlorophyll, to convert sunlight into chemical energy. Learn more about the process and the potential of this sustainable energy source.
Feb 20, 2023 // Technology, Solar Panels, University of Maryland, Chris D. Geddes
Romania Gets EUR259 Million EU Help for Solar Panels & Battery Production
The European Commission has actually accepted a EUR 259 million Romanian scheme to support financial investments in the production, assembly as well as recycling of batteries, of photovoltaic cells as well as of panels in Romania The aid aims at green change of Romania and the EU.
Feb 17, 2023 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Solar Panels, Europe, european commission, Romania, photovoltaic cells, green transition of EU, green transition of Romania, Recovery and Resilience Facility, RRF, skilled workforce
Switzerland Seeks To Adapt For Solar Energy With AlpinSolar Plant
AlpinSolar power plant on Lake Muttsee Dam in Switzerland has turned into one its kind in the country brimming with 5,000 solar panels. The dam is over 2,500 meters over sea-level as well as is bordered by snow covered peaks. The Muttsee dam is well-suited for the established of a photovoltaic plant.
Feb 16, 2023 // Plants, Solar Panels, Europe, Switzerland, AlpinSolar, Lake Muttsee Dam
Belinus solar panels from Belgium are now available to united state market
Belgian solar product supplier Belinus is bringing its line of all-black solar panels to the U.S. market.
Feb 2, 2023 // Manufacturing News, Solar Panels, Belinus
Qcells to supply 2.5 GW of solar panels for Microsoft projects
United States tech giant Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) has actually thrown its support behind the efforts of solar product manufacturer Qcells to establish a full solar supply chain in the US, with the companies teaming up on 2.5 GW of solar panel supplies.
Jan 26, 2023 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Solar Panels, Microsoft, Qcells
Harnessing solar energy: New method improves readings of double-sided panels
A research laboratory in photonics and renewable energy at the University of Ottawa has actually developed a new method for determining the solar energy produced by bifacial photovoltaic panels, the double-sided solar modern technology which is expected to fulfill increased worldwide energy demands moving on.
Jan 19, 2023 // Technology, Solar Panels, University of Ottawa, Erin Tonita, Karin Hinzer
European Solar Residential Market Poised for Over 9% CAGR
Europe's solar residential market, when it comes to cumulative capacity was pegged at 40.40 GW in 2021. This figure is most likely to cross 71 GW by year 2027.
Jan 17, 2023 // Residential, Solar Panels, cumulative capacity, European Union power needs, residential sector, solar PV panel systems installations, value-added tax
Mitrex Brings World's First Colored Solar Panels with California Energy Commission Listing
Mitrex announced that its items are not only CEC, NY-Sun, and also FSEC noted however boast bankability testing that evaluates the lasting performance of PV modules. Mitrex passed bankability tests evaluating the long-term performance of PV modules, consisting of IEC's Extended Stress Testing with 5 sequences of testing, Hail Test, as well as LETID Testing.
Jan 12, 2023 // Manufacturing News, Solar Panels, pv modules, solar modules, CEC, California Energy Commission, NY-Sun, Danial Hadizadeh, Mitrex, Canadian solar panels manufacturer, colored solar panels, Extended Stress Testing, FSEC, Hail Test, LETID Testing
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