Energy is a basic human right, says Schneider Electric at Sustainable Energy for All Forum  

The agenda was to share the latest evidence of progress on SDGH7 and scalable innovations in providing energy efficiency around the world. Schneider Electric, a digital transformation of energy management and automation, recently participated in the Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) Forum in Lisbon. The theme of the forum was “leaving No One Behind”. The […]

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TCI to Use 25% Renewable Energy by the End of This Year

TCI is among Google, Ikea, Apple, and other corporations as they shift their traditional electricity production to alternative clean sources. Besides being the first from Taiwan, TCI is one of a few contract manufacturers to join. Being first company in Taiwan to commit itself to using 100 percent renewable energy, TCI, a contract manufacturer of dietary […]

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Kyocera TCL Solar Completes 29.2 MW Solar Power Plant in Japan

Around 108,504 are installed in the plant that will generate enough electricity to power approximately 12,000 typical households. At an estimate around 36,080 megawatt hours (MW) will be generated per year. Touching yet another milestone Kyocera TCL Solar LLC has completed the construction of 29.2 MW of utility-scale solar power plant situated in Yonago City, […]

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ForeFront Power to Develop First Community Solar Proj for PG&E Program

This program provides PG&E customers the option of purchasing up to 100 percent renewable energy from an off-site location. Mitsui & Co. arm ForeFront Power will develop the first community solar project for the PG&E’s Regional Renewable Choice program. This program provides PG&E customers the option of purchasing up to 100 percent renewable energy from […]

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Idaho PUC Creates Special Group of Solar Panel Owners

The Idaho Power has been asking for creation of special group since 2017. The main motive behind the ruling was that the existing cost of serving customers is not sufficient enough and the rates should be changed. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission in United States has created a special group of Idaho power consumers who […]

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ADB Okays $1.5 Mn Grant for Nigeria’s On-Grid IPP Solar Procurement Program

This program will assist the Nigerian government to achieve its national goal of reaching 75 percent electricity access by 2020 and electrifying unserved and underserved areas. The African Development Bank (ADB) board has approved the USD 1.5 million grant to support the Nigerian Government’s implementation of phase 1 of the Jigawa 1-GW Independent Power Producer (IPP) solar […]

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SolarEdge Revenue Surges 82% at $209.9 Mn in Q1

Strong first quarter results with record revenues and record profitability, despite the traditional seasonal slowdown and continued industry wide components shortages, says Guy Sella. Israel-based inverter solutions provider SolarEdge Technologies reported its robust total revenue jumped by 82 percent at USD 209.9 million in the first quarter of 2018 from USD 115.1 million last year, and rose 11 […]

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SolarEdge Set to Enter Footprints in UPS Market via Gamatronic’s Acquisition

The agreement is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close by the end of the second quarter of 2018. With an aim to move into the markets beyond solar arena, publicly listed PV inverter maker, SolarEdge Technologies will enter into the UPS market by signing an asset purchase agreement with Gamatronic Electronic […]

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