NEWS
  • 1807
    Within the EU funded MinWaterCSP project, Soltigua has developed an automatic robot called “Soltibot” to clean the mirror rows of linear Fresnel collectors, together with a device to clean the collector’s receiver, which will futher reduce the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE).
  • 1207
    The Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) has started operating a combined cycle power plant in the Waad Al-Shamal Mining City, located south of Turaif in the Northern Border Region. The plant, costing over SR3.75 billion, has a total capacity of 1,390 megawatt (MW) electricity, of which 50 MW will come from the concentrated solar power plant.
  • 0607
    June 11 (Renewables Now) – Spain’s Iberdrola SA (BME:IBE) is looking to sell its 50-MW Puertollano concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha.
  • 0307
    To help Denmark meet its ambitious target to become fossil fuel free by 2050, Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S has today (30 June) in collaboration with the client, Smørum Kraftvarme A.m.b.A. inaugurated a brand new 11,312m2 solar district facility in Smørum, the capital area of Denmark.
  • 2806
    A consortium combined by 10 companies is planning to build a 12,000 m² concentrating solar plant in Jaborandi, Bahia state, to the northeast of Brazil’s capital. The relevant contracts have been signed and construction is set to start this summer.
  • 2206
    The World Bank will add US$125 million in additional to support Morocco’s adoption of innovative solar technology, as part of the national goal of developing the country’s world-class solar and wind energy resources to reduce the dependence on fossil fuels and move toward a green energy future.
  • 1906
    Sweden-based solar thermal power specialist Cleanergy AB said today it has concluded a “substantially oversubscribed” private placement of SEK 100 million (USD 11.5m/EUR 9.8m) and also announced the change of its name.
  • 1106
    The 150MW Noor Ouarzazate III , the world’s biggest solar tower power plant with molten salt storage has begun commissioning in Morocco, and is scheduled to begin production by October.
  • 0406
    The Dubai Water and Electricity Authority (DEWA) has issued a tender to seek IPP advisory services for the fifth phase of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. The initial steps towards the execution of phase 5 of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum (MBR) solar park has been announced.
  • 2905
    Hello everyone, welcome to China. By taking the opportunity of China International CSP Station Conference & CSPPLAZA 2018 Annual Conference, Beijing TeraSolar Photothermal Technologies Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as TeraSolar) hereby sincerely invites elites within the industry to visit the Zhangjiakou Hua Qiang TeraSolar 15MWe CSP plant.
  • 2305
    May 18 2018, Chile – Cerro Dominador, a Chilean company owned by investment funds managed by EIG Global Energy Partners (“EIG”), announced today the signing of the financing for its Concentrated Solar Power plant (CSP) located in the Atacama desert, in Chile. This milestone will allow the company to finalize the construction of the first combined CSP and photovoltaic project in Latin America, with a total of 210 MW of capacity. The plant will supply clean, reliable energy to the national interconnected system in Chile, selling most of its power under 15-year power purchase agreements awarded at the end of 2014.
  • 1905
    On May 17, China’s Dunhuang 100MW molten salt tower CSP plant has completed all civil works and entered the facility installation stage. It is expected that the plant will be connected to the grid to generate electricity by the end of 2018. As one of China’s first CSP demonstration projects, the plant installed a total of 12078 heliostats, with 11 hours of thermal storage and a receiver tower 261 meters high.
  • 1505
    ContourGlobal Plc said today it has completed its near-EUR-1-billion acquisition of Acciona SA’s 250MW solar thermal power portfolio in Spain.
  • 1105
    Spanish multinational Abengoa will officially launch its third large-scale solar thermal plant in South Africa on May 18, near Pofadder in the Northern Cape. It is expected to have an impact on the local community and demonstrate the viability of renewable energy as a sustainable source of electricity.
  • 0805
    The €22 million (£19.3m) project was funded by the EU Framework Seven programme and the City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA-City).
  • 0405
    In 2017 the partners - Stadtwerke Bitterfeld-Wolfen, the ISM Group and Hanwha Q Cells - set up the first tenant energy plants on residential properties belonging to the Wolfen Housing Association in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.
  • 0205
    Morocco will fully switch on the Noor Ouarzazate complex, the world’s largest solar power plant, in October, said the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy.
  • 2604
    Lazard Ltd. (New York) has released its annual in-depth studies comparing the costs of energy from various generation technologies and of energy storage technologies for different applications.
  • 2304
    EIA data shows solar thermal has the lowest capacity factor of all renewables, but adding thermal storage can completely change the picture.
  • 1904
    Solar photovoltaic (PV) module annual installations showed strong growth during the 2006–2015 period, with a Year-On-Year (YOY) growth rate of more than 50% from 2008 to 2015, according to a new report published byGlobalData (London, UK).
  • 1104
    First Solar today announced that it is supplying over 860,000 high-performance thin film modules to power a 100 megawatt (MW)AC utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant developed by Zorlu Enerji in Pakistan.
  • 0704
    ABB to build substation that will integrate solar power from Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park to electricity grid.
  • 2803
    Grupo T-Solar, a leading independent solar power producer in Spain and a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, has signed an agreement to acquire two operating concentrated solar facilities in Spain with a combined installed capacity of 100 megawatts from multiple sellers.
  • 2203
    The vision to set new standards for cost-competitive renewable heat and power production became a reality today with the official opening of a revolutionary green energy facility in Denmark. Inaugurated by the Danish Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate, Mr. Lars Christian Lilleholt, the 45 million EUR investment is now ready to produce both sustainable power and heat with the help of an advanced solar energy system from Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S.
  • 1903
    The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) auctioned 100 MW of grid-connected solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity under the domestic content requirement (DCR) category at Ananthapuramu solar park in Andhra Pradesh, Mercom Capital Group, llc. (Austin, TX, U.S.) reports.
  • 1303
    In the wake of crippling power outages in India, Bridge to India (New Delhi, India) has released an analysis stating that solar power can play a "key role" as the solution to the nation's overburdened grid and other structural power challenges.
  • 0903
    Following the facility agreement signed in September with Dutch development bank FMO, Building Energy (Milan, Italy), a multinational company operating as a global integrated IPP in the renewable energy industry on December 21st, 2016 announced the achievement of the financial close for the construction of the 10 MW (14 GWh/y) Tororo solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Uganda.
  • 0603
    Different low carbon technologies from wind or solar energy to fossil carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) differ greatly when it comes to indirect greenhouse gas emissions in their life cycle.
  • 0203
    Nippon Oil Corporation and Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. announced in a press release, that they have reached a basic agreement to explore the possibility of establishing a joint company. That company should handle the expected expansion and development of the thin-film solar cell market and will move forward with more specific negotiations. Within the rapidly expanding marketplace for solar power, photovoltaic thin-film solar cells are forecast to be the lowest costing solar cells available, and as such, many companies from varying industries are rapidly becoming involved, making a departure from standard solar manufacturers. Sanyo manufactures and sells so called “HIT” solar cells, currently the world’s highest conversion efficiency level for mass-produced panels available, as the company reports in the press release.
  • 2602
    EPV SOLAR, Inc. (formerly Energy Photovoltaics, Inc.), a thin-film solar module manufacturer and technology developer headquartered in New Jersey (USA) announced on December 18th 2007 that it has entered into a long term solar module supply agreement with unlimited energy GmbH (Berlin, Germany). Under the terms of the contract EPV SOLAR will supply 306 megawatts (MW) of amorphous silicon modules to unlimited energy for use in the development and build-out of several solar electric power parks in Europe. EPV will begin shipments based on this contract during the first quarter of 2008.
  • 2402
    Belectric France S.a.r.l. and Hamburg-based Luxcara are expanding their cooperation in the operation and maintenance (O&M) of PV power plants in France.
  • 0502
    Mobisol, a Germany-based provider of decentralized solar solutions, has successfully installed a capacity of 10 MW and electrified over 500,000 people in East Africa in Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya to date. By 2023, the company wants to enable 20 million people to purchase solar power.
  • 0102
    International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) and its Polish partner firm Solivan Pontes have advised Sequoia Investment Management (Sequoia) on the project financing of a 55 MW solar portfolio located in Poland.
  • 3001
    With more than 50 percent market share, Fronius is the market leader in solar technology in Brazil. Among other things, this success is due to Fronius' varied product spectrum.
  • 2201
    The number of photovoltaic (PV) systems being repowered to increase in output and efficiency rose sharply in 2017. This trend will continue in 2018.
  • 1801
    With a capacity of 18 MW, the Annapolis Solar Park will be the largest solar project installed entirely on a capped landfill in the United States.
  • 1501
    Since November, the German Jordanian University in Madaba, south of the capital Amman, has been producing its own solar power. The 2.11 MW PV plant was installed on Schletter Group roof and carport systems. The project was commissioned by the Jordanian project developer FB Group.
  • 0901
    Qinous, the Berlin-based manufacturer of turnkey energy storage systems, together with Solare Energie and Bridge Executive Consulting, has equipped the Hochleckenhaus in the Höllengebirge with an energy storage system, a PV plant, and an associated off-grid and energy management system for the Austrian Alpine Association. The hut can now boast of having the most advanced off-grid network in the Alpine region.
  • 0501
    The largest solar plant ever built in a refugee camp went live in Jordan, providing clean and much-needed additional power to 80,000 Syrian refugees living in Jordan’s Za’atari camp.
  • 2912
    A unique combination of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and energy storage allows visitors of the Cars Jeans football stadium in The Hague to charge their electric vehicles with maximal power from renewable resources.
  • 2512
    First Solar today announced that it is supplying over 860,000 high-performance thin film modules to power a 100 megawatt (MW)AC utility-scale photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant developed by Zorlu Enerji in Pakistan.
  • 2112
    Solar Frontier has set a new world record for thin-film solar cell efficiency. In joint research with the National Research and Development Agency’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) of Japan, Solar Frontier achieved 22.9% conversion efficiency on a 1cm2 cell using its CIS technology.
  • 1812
    With more than 50 percent market share, Fronius is the market leader in solar technology in Brazil. Among other things, this success is due to Fronius' varied product spectrum.
  • 1212
    Reimbursement claims exceed financial capabilities.
  • 0812
    Qinous, the Berlin-based manufacturer of turnkey energy storage systems, together with Solare Energie and Bridge Executive Consulting, has equipped the Hochleckenhaus in the Höllengebirge with an energy storage system, a PV plant, and an associated off-grid and energy management system for the Austrian Alpine Association. The hut can now boast of having the most advanced off-grid network in the Alpine region.
  • 0612
    In an FWF-funded project, a team of researchers from the Austrian Institute of Economic Research (WIFO) investigated the effect of climate-protection measures on companies. The influence on competitiveness turned out to be negligible, while the positive environmental impact was confirmed.
  • 0412
    This week Envia Therm in Saxony-Anhalt officially commissioned a photovoltaic plant with a total capacity of 750 kilowatts peak. The facility in Reinsdorf, a subdivision of the Town of Nebra, is the 300th solar power plant that Belectric has constructed as a turnkey solution since the company was founded in 2001.
  • 3011
    A Fabulous October for Grosspeter Tower in Basel: the high-rise office and hotel block with solar façade and solar roof has won two awards in the space of a month – the “Swiss Solar Prize” and the “Architectural Award Building-Integrated Solar Technology”.
  • 2711
    Belectric France S.a.r.l. and Hamburg-based Luxcara are expanding their cooperation in the operation and maintenance (O&M) of PV power plants in France.
  • 2311
    After the launch of the project in Mali in 2014, the start-up Africa GreenTec has now successfully commissioned its first solar container in the Tahoua region of Niger.
  • 2011
    ENGIE, Heliatek and the Departement of Charentes Maritimes officially inaugurated the world's largest BiOPV installation on a roof.
  • 1411
    First Solar today announced that its thin film photovoltaic (PV) modules would power two utility-scale photovoltaic solar power plants in the Netherlands, developed by Denmark’s Obton.
  • 0911
    Two years post-Paris, Climatescope research from Bloomberg New Energy Finance highlights slowing investment from OECD countries and limited policy-making follow-through in non-OECD nations.
  • 0611
    The new THEnergy-IPS report entitled “Hybrid Solar Mini-grids for Remote Safari Lodges in Africa” shows that as a result, costs are reduced, and both noise and emission levels are improved.
  • 0311
    The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has entered into a license agreement with MicroLink Devices, Inc. (Niles, IL) to commercialize NREL's patented inverted metamorphic (IMM) multijunction solar cells.
  • 3010
    Kaco new energy can look back on a successful third quarter of 2017: the inverter manufacturer received orders for 550 megawatts in the period from July to September. The cumulative inverter power sold so far this year is 1.95 gigawatts.
  • 2510
    Longi Green Energy Technology Co., Ltd. announced today that the German photovoltaic calibration laboratory of the Fraunhofer ISE (CalLab) has certified a photovoltaic efficiency of 22.71% for the monocrystalline PERC cells of the company - a new world record for this cell type.
  • 2110
    Whether it’s drying, cleaning or pre-heating: There is a large number of heating processes used in the industrial and commercial sector which can be supported with solar thermal energy. In the long term, companies can use this energy to improve their CO2 balances and save on energy costs. The current BINE-Themeninfo brochure, “Solar process heat”, presents potential areas of use and the particular technical features.
  • 1610
    In the US state of Arizona, a new city is being built in which every 3,000 homes produce, store and network their own electricity. According to his own data, Sonnen is currently implementing the largest home storage project in the US.
  • 1110
    meeco and oursun Guyana will install 400 kWp off-grid sun2live solution to provide Mabaruma Region with clean energy.
  • 3009
    easyJet outlined a strategy to progressively decarbonise and reduce noise from aviation operations.
  • 2909
    Ford and smart cities start-up Strawberry Energy are rolling out smart benches to offer pedestrians free solar-powered mobile charging and Wi-Fi access while they sit and rest across the city.
  • 2709
    With its newest solar cell, the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE has now exceeded its own world record for multicrystalline solar cells. The record cell converts 22.3 percent of the incident sunlight into electricity.
  • 2509
    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”.
  • 2109
    Total has signed an agreement with EREN RE to accelerate its growth in the production of power from renewable sources.
  • 1909
    Quality assurance plays a crucial role in achieving a robust photovoltaic (PV) market and confidence from investors, policy makers and consumers, according to a new report launched by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
  • 1309
    Linking up systems to a virtual network in order to make solar cell production in Baden Württemberg more efficient – this was the aim of the “InES” research project.
  • 1109
    ReneSola Ltd. announced that it signed an agreement to sell a portfolio of its ground-mounted projects located in North Carolina, United States to a subsidiary of Panda Green Energy Group Limited.
  • 0809
    The update of the 8th Edition of the International Technology Roadmap for Photovoltaic (ITRPV) was yesterday presented in Shanghai. The information on the technology maturity is now implemented for selected parameters.
  • 0509
    After equipping the facility of a Zimbabwean company with the so far largest solar energy plant in the country, the Swiss-based group will now implement a further extension at the same clean energy installation and is about to execute a third PV facility with a capacity of 330 kWp.
  • 0109
    Columbia Engineers and colleagues create a “dip-and-dry” approach for selective solar absorbers that exhibit high-performance and durability.
  • 2508
    Aalborg CSP, Danish renewable energy specialist landed a new order to deliver an 8MWthsolar-thermal plant, which when completed will provide sustainable heating for 2,583 customers in the Copenhagen area.
  • 2308
    The two institutions have committed US$ 58 million each for two 50 MW solar photovoltaic power plants.
  • 1908
    Solarreserve has signed an agreement with the South Australian Government for a 150-Megawatt Solar Thermal Project with Energy Storage near Port Augusta.
  • 1708
    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.
  • 1608
    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
  • 1408
    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.
  • 1108
    After implementing the biggest carport photovoltaic system in Germany at the airport Weeze, Schletter is now being awarded with the Global Leading RES Seal in the category „Unique Location“.
  • 0908
    The Tsuneishi Zhoushan Shipyard solar station, which was invested in and built by Asia Clean Capital Limited (ACC), has just been connected to the national grid. The system was installed on the rooftop of the Tsuneishi shipyard with a total capacity of 19 megawatts. power station.
  • 0708
    Conergy Asia & ME Pte. Ltd. and its subsidiaries announced that certain funds managed by Tennenbaum Capital Partners, LLC and Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. have signed a definitive agreement that acquired the Company from Kawa Solar Holdings. The transaction was closed.
  • 0408
    The Americans signed yesterday an agreement to acquire ErgyCapital S.p.A photovoltaic systems, who is the owner of PV-Capacity in Italy in summary of approximately 20 MW.
  • 0308
    E.on has selected Strohofer Autohof on the A3 in Bavarian Geiselwind as the first location for a Europe-wide network of ultra-fast charging stations, which the company wants to develop together with the Danish mobility service provider Clever.
  • 0208
    The Turkish regional company of IBC Solar AG has implemented another large-scale project with a total output of 3.43 MWp in the Turkish province of Niğde
  • 0108
    By the end of June 2017, Clenergy recorded a year-on-year growth of 150% in the Australian market, selling more than 200 Megawatt (MW) of solar mounting systems.
  • 3107
    Third phase of Mount Signal Solar Farm, among the largest PV projects worldwide, will be developed by 8minutenergy and owned by Capital Dynamics.
  • 2807
    GCL System Integration Technology Co. Ltd. is entering a business partnership with IBC SOLAR in Germany, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage.
  • 2607
    Senec, Energy-Storage-Producer from Leipzig (Germany), opened its own site in Bari and established a company with Senec Italia.
  • 2507
    Mobisol has strengthened its capital base by an additional substantial senior loan facility from Finnfund (Finnish Fund for Industrial Cooperation Ltd.), following an already provided senior loan in 2016 to Mobisol’s operations in Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya.
  • 2407
    OGE Energy Corp. electric utility subsidiary Oklahoma Gas & Electric Company (OG&E) and SunPower Corp. have signed a contract to build a 10-megawatt (AC) solar photovoltaic power plant in Covington, Oklahoma.
  • 1907
    Mobisol has strengthened its capital base by an additional substantial senior loan facility from Finnfund (Finnish Fund for Industrial Cooperation Ltd.), following an already provided senior loan in 2016 to Mobisol’s operations in Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya.
  • 1707
    SolarWorld Americas Inc. announced that it expects a double-digit-million-dollar infusion of cash to enable the company to stabilize and optimize operations through 2017 and beyond.
  • 1307
    Siemens and AES join forces to create Fluence, a new global energy storage technology company.
  • 1007
    Two solar parks with a power output of 24 megawatts are being built on the coast of Corsica.
  • 0707
    The company's production unit in Zwolle, Overijssel, will install the largest solar roof in the Netherlands.
  • 0507
    DuPont has announced that it will quit manufacturing amorphous silicon thin-film solar photovoltaic (PV) modules through its Apollo subsidiary by the end of 2014. The company says that the decision is consistent with its continual review of its portfolio, and that it will honor its contractual obligations with customers.
  • 0307
    In the wake of crippling power outages in India, Bridge to India (New Delhi, India) has released an analysis stating that solar power can play a "key role" as the solution to the nation's overburdened grid and other structural power challenges.
  • 3006
    Today, it is primarily homeowners who benefit from installing solar photovoltaic (PV) systems on their roofs. New models, however, intend for tenants to also share in what is known as the direct power concept and, in turn, take part in the urban energy transition.
  • 2806
    According to a new study, airborne particles and their accumulation on solar cells are cutting energy output by more than 25 percent in certain parts of the world. The regions hardest hit are also those investing the most in solar energy installations: China, India and the Arabian Peninsula.
  • 2606
    As lithium-ion cells for electric cars, e-bikes and energy storage make inroads into the market, the ability to analyze aging and defective batteries is becoming increasingly important.
  • 2406
    European electric car long-distance rally demonstrates vehicle reliability and fast-charging network in Europe
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Cleaning Robots Successfully Passed The Test on Linear Fresnel Collectors
Cleaning Robots Successfully Passed The Test on Linear Fresnel Collectors Within the EU funded MinWaterCSP project, Soltigua has developed an automatic robot called “Soltibot” to clean the mirror rows of linear Fresnel collectors, together with a device to clean the collector’s receiver, which will futher reduce the Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE).
Saudi Arabia SEC Starts Operating Waad Al-Shamal ISCC Plant, Including 50 MW CSP Capacity
Saudi Arabia SEC Starts Operating Waad Al-Shamal ISCC Plant, Including 50 MW CSP Capacity The Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) has started operating a combined cycle power plant in the Waad Al-Shamal Mining City, located south of Turaif in the Northern Border Region. The plant, costing over SR3.75 billion, has a total capacity of 1,390 megawatt (MW) electricity, of which 50 MW will come from the concentrated solar power plant.
Iberdrola Looking to Sell Its 50MW Spanish Puertollano CSP Plant
Iberdrola Looking to Sell Its 50MW Spanish Puertollano CSP Plant June 11 (Renewables Now) – Spain’s Iberdrola SA (BME:IBE) is looking to sell its 50-MW Puertollano concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha.
 Inaugurated A Brand New 11,312m2 Solar District Facility in The Capital Area of Denmark
Inaugurated A Brand New 11,312m2 Solar District Facility in The Capital Area of Denmark To help Denmark meet its ambitious target to become fossil fuel free by 2050, Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S has today (30 June) in collaboration with the client, Smørum Kraftvarme A.m.b.A. inaugurated a brand new 11,312m2 solar district facility in Smørum, the capital area of Denmark.
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