Renewable Energy Industry Creates 5 Lakh New Jobs Globally

In a recent report published by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) titled ‘Renewable Energy and Jobs – Annual Review’, it says the 10 million mark was surpassed for the first time as the industry gave jobs to around 10.3 million in 2017. In a steep growth in 2017, renewable energy industry created over 500,000 new […]

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SkyPower to Build Uzbekistan’s First Solar Power Installation; To Pump Largest FDI

“This historic partnership with UzbekEnergo and the government of Uzbekistan will bolster growth in the region and help establish Canadian expertise in this fast-growing sector,” said François-Philippe. Canada-based solar energy producer, SkyPower has signed a pact with Uzbekistan government to invest about $1.3 billion Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the country to build 1,000 MW of solar energy generation capacity throughout […]

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Benefits Slashed at Vermont for Renewable Energy Program

“Renewable energy is flourishing in Vermont and has reached a level of maturity where it can continue to be deployed with lower incentives,” the commission said. A United States state, Vermont has decided to reduce the financial benefits for the customers who supply surplus power to the grid and get a credit on their electric bills. […]

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JA Solar to Supply 8.1MW High-Efficiency Mono PERC Modules in Brazil

This project marks the country’s first ground-mounted utility-scale solar power plant to adopt PERC technology. Solar power products maker JA Solar Holdings will supply 8.1MW of its high-efficiency mono PERC modules to the first solar power plant utilizing PERC modules in Brazil. Located in Minas Gerais, this project marks the country’s first ground-mounted utility-scale solar power plant to […]

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Cox Enterprises Announces $25M Investment in Solar Industry

The partnership project is a part of National Cox Conserves sustainability program that has long employed new sustainable technologies and programs to create both business ventures and environmental solutions. Cox Enterprises has announced that it has become the majority investor in a $25 million (M) partnership that created four solar farms in Georgia and Florida. […]

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Hanergy Launches New Thin-film Solar Powered ‘Humbrella’

The company would donate the first batch of a million RMB (USD 160,000) solar-powered umbrellas, or ‘Humbrellas’, to regions of Africa where electricity shortages routinely prevent children from having enough time for study. In a major move for the global mobile energy industry, Hanergy has launched its new product ‘Humbrella’, a thin-film solar powered umbrella providing clean, free and […]

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SolarEdge Launches Grid Services, Virtual Power Plant Solution

It’s grid services offer aggregative control and data reporting enabling the pooling of PV and storage in the cloud for the creation of virtual power plants. Israel-based inverter solutions provider SolarEdge Technologies has launched an innovative solution for grid services and virtual power plants. The solution supports a new model of energy generation. It’s grid […]

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Nepal Electricity Authority Invites Bids to Supply Solar Power

The successful developers have to finish the construction and installation work and start supplying electricity within one year after they sign PPA agreement with the NEA. To expand the power sources in the country the Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) has beefed up its efforts while calling for global tenders to select independent developers and supply […]

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Schletter to Introduce New Tracker at Intersolar

Traditional tracking systems use hydraulic dampers to mitigate the vibrations and torsional forces caused by the wind; however the Schletter system has self-locking mechanism that allows it to lock elements automatically as soon as the rows stop moving. Scheletter Group, a manufacturer of solar mounting systems, is introducing a new single-axis tracking system at intersolar. […]

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