Gambia keeps solar passion
the $121 million Electricity Restoration as well as Modernization Project for The Gambia, moneyed by the World Bank, the European Union and also the European
Mar 26, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Storage, Policy, PV plants, Africa, Gambia, NAWEC
Gambia looks for consultants for 150 MW solar-plus-storage project
a 225ha website near a 225/30 kV substation in Soma, which becomes part of The Gambia River Basin Development Organization energy project. The solar plant, which
Sep 10, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Storage, solar-plus-storage, Africa, Gambia, PV Power Plant
Gambia plans 150 MW solar project with 20 MWh storage option
access to the grounds and infrastructure of the solar facility. The Gambian government added, it has identified a 225-hectare site near the 225/30 kV
Oct 1, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Storage, Grids, storage, Africa, Gambia, ECOWAS, National Water & Electricity Company Ltd
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Apr 28, 2020
Smart is the name of the game
Set out on a path to make a difference on the planet's energy future, young entrepreneur David Ding started Growatt a years ago at the age of 30. Since then, his firm has moved quickly to turn into one of the biggest rooftop inverter producers on the planet. High in energy as well as swift to make bold actions, Ding gets on a goal to move the duty of user-side solar generators-- to come to be active participants of the new energy future.
Jul 2, 2020 // Inverters, China, Asia, Growatt, David Ding
Stitching together the grid of the future
A vision of a decentralized, renewable-powered electricity grid is being brought a step closer by scientists at the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Their project, Autonomous Energy Grids, aims to take an overarching look at the solutions that will power this grid of the future, and to fill any gaps that appear between them.
Aug 13, 2019 // Technology, USA, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Autonomous Energy Grids, Benjamin Kroposki
What is The sun? The Sun constantly emits a large amount of electromagnetic radiation. Some of the light and heat radiated by the Sun reaches our
Apr 26, 2020
The people, the PV and also the pipes that can make hydrogen work
At Australia's University of Newcastle hydrogen production starts with water extracted from the atmosphere and electrolysis powered by totally free energy from the sun; sucking CO2 from the air is the next action to filling Angus Taylor's cherished gas facilities with green methane that can bring spuds to the boil and power the economy while assisting to flatten the nation's discharges curve.
Sep 7, 2020 // Technology, Storage, Solar to Fuel, Australia, hydrogen, Oceania, Darren Miller, Janet Nelson, Behdad Moghtaderi, Rob Wheals
The 13 Greatest Solar Supplies on the marketplace
Varying from varied international titans to tiny, pure-play residential installers, solar supplies offer a great deal of options for capitalists.
Feb 10, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, TESLA, Sunrun, Canadian Solar, SunPower, First Solar, Enphase Energy, SolarEdge, vivint solar, terraform power, NextEra Energy, JinkoSolar Holding, The AES Corp.
Can Renewables Restart the Grid? The UK Investigates
Far from bringing the grid down, clean energy could help save it.
Jan 21, 2020 // Market Research, UK, Australia, Europe, Oceania, Distributed ReStart
Exploring the Factors Behind the Residential Battery Surge
On this week’s Interchange podcast: how residential batteries differ from other forms of distributed energy.
Oct 10, 2019 // Storage, California, USA, storage, Hawaii, North America, Shayle Kann, Julian Spector
'Fuel drops from the skies': The solar transformation boiling down the roadway
Long the pursuit and dream of technology geeks and futurists, self-charging electric vehicles available for a mass market may not be too many years down the track.
Feb 10, 2020 // Transport, Toyota, Australia, Oceania, Fuel, Ned Ekins-Daukes, Ekins-Daukes
The Top 7 Solar Power Parks throughout the World
A listing of the 7 biggest solar parks on the planet, 4 of which lie in India as well as the staying 3 in China. Although an outsider today, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai with a prepared 5000 MW capability can quickly make its method to the first.
May 7, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, India, China, SECI, Asia, Huanghe, pavagada, Ananthpuram, Bhadla, delingha solar park, jinchaun solar park, MbRAM Solar Park, Rewa, solar parks
The weekend read: Perovskites step out of the labs
Michael van der Gugten, Sales and Marketing Executive at Smit Thermal Solutions, is convinced that perovskite solar cells have reached maturity, and that they are ready to make the step from the lab to production. He is leading the organization of a conference on this topic and expects that the perovskite community, production equipment suppliers and crystalline silicon cell manufacturers will discuss the implementation of perovskite-silicon tandem cells or the production of standalone perovskite modules.
Aug 12, 2019 // Technology, Manufacturing News, Opinions, Solar to Fuel, China, Asia, hydrogen, Michael van der Gugten, Smit Thermal Solutions, ALD, OPV, Solar to Fuel, Solar to Hydrogen, Producing Hydrogen, Hydrogen from renewable, Renewable fuels
Transparent Solar Panels: The Clear Method For The Future
When you consider photovoltaic panels, the instant photo that enters your mind is the typical blue-black panel that covers many a rooftop. In fact, many locate it odd, probably even paradoxical, that a things implied to harness power from the brilliant sunlight, comes with such a dark shape. This is by design, as the nearly-opaque panels are able to trap the optimum amount of sunshine, as well as hence generate solar energy with a higher price of performance (balancing 15%).
Jun 26, 2020 // Technology, Germany, Ukraine, PV panels, Europe, Heliatek Gmb, SolarGaps