A brand-new module manufacturing facility in Bahrain
Bahrain-based Solartecc Green Energy Factory is developing a 25 MW ability solar module production center at the Bahrain International Investment Park. The manufacturing tools will certainly be provided by Italian carrier Ecoprogetti. " The maker will certainly generate high-efficiency mono PERC components," an Ecoprogetti agent informed pv magazine. "The line has a present capability of 25 MW yet it might be quickly increased to 50 MW." Manufacturing is intended from the 3rd quarter, when Solartecc will certainly produce glass-backsheet and also double-glass panels and also polycrystalline items. "The panels created there might have all type of applications, from the household section to the huge range company," included the Ecoprogetti agent. Passion Conclusion of the fab will certainly make Solartecc Bahrain's 2nd solar module manufacturer after the appropriately-named SolarOne, which possesses as well as runs a 15 MW center in Askar, a town on the southeastern shore. Bahrain intends to bring 255 MW of solar generation capability online by 2025 utilizing web metering, tenders for huge range projects and also a renewable resource required for brand-new structures. In mid-January, the Solar Energy Unit of Bahrain and also the United Nations Development Program introduced a 3 MW tender for solar arrays at 8 areas including 66 federal government structures. The kingdom's renewable resource target imagines 700 MW of solar, wind as well as energy-from-waste generation ability by 2030.
Mar 13, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Italy, Europe, Asia, Bahrain, Solartecc
Suntech backs meteocontrol link-up to flourish in the Middle East
aim specifically at markets including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Jordan and Bahrain. This has contributed towards the firm collaborating with a number of
Mar 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, manufacturing, O&M, c-si manufacturing, monocrystalline wafer, middle east, Dubai, Suntech, meteocontrol, Vincent Cao
UAE tidy energy company gets $50m financing for solar projects
in the UAE, Jordan, and Pakistan, with recent growths right into Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Oman. The financing will originally be tapped for solar projects in
Nov 27, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Asia, UAE, solar projects, Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation, Ahmed Ali Attiga, Jeremy Crane
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