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Redavia’s Free Solar Leases Program Becomes Hit in Ghana, Kenya

Redavia, which offers solar power for businesses and communities especially in East and West Africa, has signed four new contracts under its ‘COVID-19 Resilience Leases’ program in the Ghanaian and Kenyan region. Under the program, the company is offering businesses with 6 months of free solar to withstand the coronavirus crisis. One of the beneficiaries […]

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KB Home Offers SunPower’s New OneRoof Solar System

KB Home, a leading homebuilder in the United States, announced that it has become the first homebuilder to offer Nasdaq listed SunPower’s new and innovative OneRoof product at its Ashbury new-home community in San Francisco Bay Area. SunPower OneRoof system has delivered an efficient, durable, attractive and cost-effective solar roofing product that is ideal for […]

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Sungrow Unveils New Central Inverter at Virtual Show

Chinese inverter manufacturer Sungrow has on Thursday unveiled its new central inverter SG6250HV-MV during a virtual show organised amidst the changing market conditions due to coronavirus pandemic. The company said in a statement that the turnkey station SG6250HV-MV for 1500Vdc system integrated 2 units of outdoor central inverter SG3125HV-30 with medium-voltage transformer and other components […]

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GE, COBOD, LafargeHolcim Partner to Co-Develop Record 200 m Tall Wind Turbines

USD 15 billion wind energy giant GE Renewable Energy, COBOD and LafargeHolcim have entered into a partnership to co-develop wind turbines having record heights up to 200 meters with optimized 3D printed concrete bases. The COBOD International is a leading 3D construction printing company, supplying this technology to its customers in Asia, the Middle East, […]

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Trina Launches TrinaPro Mega; Paves Way for 600W Solar Modules

Trina Solar, a leading global photovoltaic (PV) and smart energy solutions provider have announced the global launch of its ‘TrinaPro Mega’ solar modules, an ultra-high power smart PV solution featuring modules with power output exceeding 500W. The company claimed that with further improvement in product selection and integrated design, this solution will enhance the overall […]

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Silfab, Morgan to Produce Solar Modules with Optical-Film Technology for Enbridge

Morgan Solar, a light management technology company, has announced the sale of 13.6 MWDC of its bifacial solar photovoltaic (PV) panels to Enbridge, a leading energy infrastructure company. Further, these solar panels will be embedded with performance-boosting SimbaX technology and will be manufactured by Silfab Solar under an exclusive license agreement between the two companies. […]

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JA Solar Supplies Modules for Thailand’s Largest Floating Solar Plant

JA Solar has announced that Thailand’s 12.5 MW floating solar plant, which utilised its PERC modules, has been successfully connected to the grid. JA Solar, a leading manufacturer of high-performance photovoltaic products, has announced that Thailand’s 12.5 MW floating solar power plant, which utilised its high-efficiency PERC modules, was successfully connected to the grid. As the first large-scale floating photovoltaic power […]

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8minute Inks Pact with MBCP, SVCE to Develop 250 MW Solar + Storage Project

Marking its first contract with Community Choice Energy (CCE) providers, 8minute Solar Energy (8minute), a leading independent solar energy and storage projects developer in the US, has executed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Monterey Bay Community Power Authority (MBCP) and Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) to set up 250 MW solar plus storage project. […]

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