ENIE Offering to get Rooftop PV Systems From Dutch Households During Pandemic
to get the system back. Somik Das, Power Analyst at GlobalData, claimed "the Netherlands is amongst the nations that have actually been extremely impacted by the
May 4, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Rooftop PV, Europe, rooftop PV, Netherlands, covid-19, Enie, Somik Das
Univergy sets up subsidiary in Poland, plans to develop 220MW of PV projects
with installations also developed in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy and the Netherlands.  Ignacio Blanco, executive president and CEO of Univergy International,
Dec 6, 2019 // Plants, USA, Poland, Europe, North America, univergy, Ignacio Blanco
Amtech is to sell its solar-specialized unit and quit solar business
Inc. is selling shares of Tempress Group, a solar manufacturing division, to Netherlands-based SCT. The latter is to further sell the shares to another purchaser. SCT
Jan 30, 2020 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, c-si manufacturing, solar cell, m&a, amtech, tempress, solaytec
CCE and also Enernovum to develop 1 GW PV systems in Italy
rooftop systems. The business has offices in Germany, Italy, France, the Netherlands and Chile. The Enernovum GmbH & Co. KG was founded in Germany in 2010, is
Nov 24, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Italy, Europe, solar projects, CCE Group GmbH, Enernovum GmbH
Univergy taps Lazard to locate strategic partner to back its international growth
Nara Solar, concentrated on solar PV projects in Spain, France and the Netherlands. A lot more recently, Univergy and Macquarie, with Green Investment Group Ltd
Jun 16, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Ignacio Blanco, lazard, Univergy Solar
Ikea prolongs PV deal to France
offer is currently available in Germany, Italy, Belgium, the U.K., Poland, the Netherlands and also Switzerland. Ikea's Signe Antvorskov Krag, worldwide development
Jul 13, 2020 // Residential, Markets & Finance News, Policy, France, Voltalia, Europe, ikea
WoodMac sees international floating solar market going beyond 6 GW by 2031
the second biggest region for floating solar demand with virtually 150 MW. The Netherlands is the prominent country in Europe followed by France. Pertaining to prices
May 29, 2023 // Floating PV, Market Research, woodmac
MPC Energy Solutions Joins Leclanché For Battery Project In Caribbean
Netherlands based MPC Energy Solutions (MPCES) has actually partnered with Leclanché, the Swiss maker of energy storage space options to build the formerly announced 35.7 MWp solar photovoltaic or pv (PV) and 18.2 MW battery energy storage system (BESS) project created with Leclanché Energy Administration Software (L-EMS) in St. Kitts' Basseterre Valley, alongside the capital city of Basseterre. The project calls for regarding US$ 74 numerous investment and also MPCES has obtained 40% ownership in the project's holding company, in which Leclanché has 60%. MPCES will invest as much as US$ 17million. "At COP26 in Glasgow, St. Kitts and Nevis presented an exceptional strategy to lower CO2 emissions by 61 percent by changing to one hundred percent renewable resource. We in MPC Energy Solutions enjoy as well as proud to be part of this important initiative through the development of this significant PV and also battery project near the country's resources. The project will cover one-third of St. Kitts baseload needs for the following 20-25 years while decreasing the carbon dioxide discharges by more than 740,000 metric tonnes." stated Martin Vogt, CEO at MPC Energy Solutions. "This spots project notes our access into utility-scale hybrid projects that combine energy generation as well as storage space", he added. Leclanché has a lengthy as well as successful record of concepting and structure cutting-edge utility-scale setups including a number of projects with S4 Energy in The Netherlands; the Cremzow, Germany system in partnership with Enel Green Power Germany and also ENERTRAG; SWB, Germany; Marengo, Chicago, United States and several Canadian projects. The St. Kitts project, which is being built under a design, procurement and building (EPC) contract by Leclanché, has a 20-year USD-denominated Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the St. Kitts Electric Company (SKELEC), the only energy utility firm on the island. The federal government of St. Kitts and also Nevis rented the land in the Basseterre Valley to Leclanché under a 20-year agreement with the option of a five-year renewal. Groundbreaking of the project occurred in December 2020. Anil Srivastava, CEO at Leclanché, claimed: "We are delighted to companion with MPC Energy Solutions for this spots project in the Caribbean. This solar PV as well as BESS project demonstrates the ability of renewable energies to supply baseload power and also competitively replace greenhouse gas giving off diesel-fuel power. The project will develop product cost savings for SKELEC with a strong favorable influence on the environment, carbon dioxide discharges and also the local areas. The success of solar+storage services on island areas is an essential usage situation for these areas, as the majority of island nations often tend to depend upon diesel terminated power or else. In India, Leclanche operates as part of a JV with battery significant Exide markets, where it has a minority risk.
Dec 15, 2021 // Storage, Leclanché, Anil Srivastava, Caribbean, Martin Vogt, MPC Energy, battery major, island solar
Heterojunction MWT solar module based upon 23%- effective cells
Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) is partnering with tools supplier Eurotron, solar project developer GroenLeven, as well as Dutch
Jun 24, 2020 // Technology, Europe, solar cell, heterojunction, Netherlands, Gianluca Coletti
Jolywood manufactures solar modules for the biggest n-type power station
of energy to the European largest bifacial n-type photovoltaic array – Netherlands-based Zonnepark Rilland. The solar manufacturer is inclined to stick to its
Jan 13, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, bifacial, solar modules, Jolywood, International
Voltalia gets developmental approval for 40 MW solar project in UK
view of unsubsidized projects appearing.  Among other recent ventures, Netherlands’ investment company European Energy and London-based Armstrong Capital
Jan 30, 2020 // Storage, France, UK, Voltalia, solar pv, Europe
ReneSola offers 15.4 MW solar parks in Romania to Alternus for 24 mln euro
company has functional solar parks in Germany, Italy, Romania, and also the
Mar 25, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Europe, Yumin Liu, Romania, solar parks, ReneSola Power
Audi ushers in 12-MWp rooftop PV system in Hungary
Corp (NYSE: PVH) mounted this week in addition to its storage facility in the Netherlands. With the new solar rooftop, Audi Hungaria has actually come to be a
Oct 9, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Rooftop PV, Hungary, Europe, rooftop PV, Audi AG
Essent takes over Belgian solar installer Aralt
Netherlands-based power and gas provider Essent has agreed to acquire Belgian solar installer Aralt for an undisclosed sum. Essent, which is a unit of German renewable energy company Innogy – itself a subsidiary of German utility RWE – said in a press release it previously had only limited operations in the solar panel market. The power company said it was making the move as customers are showing an increasing interest in residential and commercial PV. “It is no coincidence that Aralt is active both with homeowners and business,” said Essent. “Thanks to its additional customer services in the field of solar panel maintenance – from cleaning to monitoring and inspection – Aralt has solid technical expertise.” In a statement to pv magazine, the Essent press office said Aralt achieved turnover of around €5 million last year and this year estimates sales will reach €6 million. “From now on Aralt is part of Essent Belgium but for the years to come Aralt keeps its name while striving for continuity,” added Essent. The RWE-owned company acquired two Dutch solar installers in January: EnergieWonen Groep and ZON7. The energy provider, which operates across the Benelux energy market, was acquired by RWE in 2009.
Sep 12, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Residential, Markets & Finance News, Germany, Europe, Belgium, Aralt, Essent, Benelux
BayWa RE compensations Dutch floating PV duo
GroenLeven have actually lately appointed 2 floating solar parks in the Netherlands with an incorporated ability of virtually 71MW. The 41.1 MW Sellingen as well
Jul 19, 2021 // Plants, Floating PV, floating PV, Europe, Netherlands, Baywa re