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Wircon and Hep announce Cooperation

2017-09-22 |

Hep Capital and Wircon confirmed cooperation for joint implementation of solar projects. Wircon and associated professional partners will engage in the project development of major solar energy projects in Canada and the USA through the recently established fund of hep “Hep-Solar Projektentwicklung VI”. Read more...


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Aalborg’s CSP solar plant in Havdrup Solrõd Kommune Denmark. Now the renewable energy specialist has landet a new order to build a 8-MWth-CSP-Plant in the Copenhagen-Area. Image: Aalborg CSP

Aalborg CSP wins another order for a solar heating plant in Denmark


Aalborg CSP, Danish renewable energy specialist and a well-known player in district heating circles landed a new order to deliver an 8MWth solar-thermal plant, which when completed will provide sustainable heating for 2,583 customers in the Copenhagen area. Read more...

1366’s Direct Wafer technology achieved 20.3% cell efficiency. Image: 1366 Technologies

1366 Technologies and Hanwha Q Cells Boost Direct Wafer Champion Cell Efficiency to 20.3% and Cell Efficiency Average to 20.1%


Silicon wafer manufacturer 1366 Technologies today announced a new performance record for 1366’s Direct Wafer technology with the achievement of 20.3% cell efficiency, independently confirmed by Fraunhofer ISE CalLab. Read more...

IRENA’s report shows that investments in renewable energy capacity must more than double to make the most of India’s potential. Here in the picture IBC Solar’s 22,5 MWp-PV-power-plant in Phalodi. Image: IBC Solar

A Quarter of India’s Energy Demand Can Be Met with Renewable Energy


India can raise its renewable energy use to meet a quarter of the country's total final energy demand by 2030, according to the findings of a report presented by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Read more...

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and Proparco have together provided US 116 million of financing for the construction and operation of two 50 MW solar photovoltaic power plants in Egypt. Image: EBRD

EBRD and Proparco sign first projects under Egypt Renewable Energy Framework


The two institutions have committed US$ 58 million each for two 50 MW solar photovoltaic power plants. Read more...

Solarreserve has signed a General Project Agreement wiht South Australian Government tu build a 150-MW-Solarpower plant near Port Augusta. It will be much bigger than Redstone Solar Power Project (100 MW, here right in picture). Image: Solarreserve

Solarreserve signs agreement for 150-MW-Solar-Thermal Project


Solarreserve has signed an agreement with the South Australian Government for a 150-Megawatt Solar Thermal Project with Energy Storage near Port Augusta. Read more...

On Monday next week, there will be a total Solar Eclipse in the USA. Image:

SolarEdge to Live Broadcast Solar Eclipse from its PV Monitoring Platform


SolarEdge Technologies will live broadcast from its monitoring platform the tracking of the total solar eclipse. Read more...

Xina Solar One is located near Pofadder, in the Northern Cape Province, and is bordered to the north by Kaxu Solar One, another Abengoa project. Image: Abengoa

Abengoa completes with Xina Solar One its third solar thermal plant in South Africa


Spanish Abengoa has achieved practical completion for Xina Solar One, its third solar thermal plant in South Africa. It is a 100 MW solar thermal power plant. Read more...

AGL Energy is one of the biggest Energy supliers in Australia. Now AGL is offering households with rooftop solar systems a free service to help them protect potential savings by monitoring their systems. Image: AGL

AGL launches free rooftop solar energy monitoring service


AGL Energy, Australians largest gas and electricity supplier with over three million customers is offering households with rooftop solar systems a free service to help them protect potential savings by monitoring their systems. Read more...

First Solar is with over 200 MW utility-scale PV-power plants Australia’s leading O&M provider. Now a new white paper analyzed thee years of data from Greenough River Solar Farm, Australia’s first utility pv-power-plant. Image: First Solar

Australia's first utility scale solar plant performing above expectations


The Greenough River Solar Farm, located 50km southeast of Geraldton in Western Australia, boasted an outstanding 99.6% effective availability in its first three years of operation. Read more...

EDF and Canadian Solar build 92.5 MWp PV-Project in Brazil


Canadian Solar Inc. and EDF Energies Nouvelles announced a partnership in the 92.5 MWp Pirapora III photovoltaic project in Brazil, through the sale of 80% interest in the Project by Canadian Solar to EDF EN do Brasil, EDF Energies Nouvelles' local subsidiary. Read more...

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