green energy

Decline In Wind Growth Puts German and EU Renewable Targets at Risk

The growth of onshore wind energy is collapsing in Germany, jeopardizing both the German and EU renewables targets. Germany installed just 134 MW of new onshore wind farms in the first quarter of 2019 – the country’s worst first quarter for onshore installations since 2000. And is likely to install a total of just 1-2 […]

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Vestas Bags 420 MW Order in For Wind Project in US

The project deliveries have been scheduled for the second quarter of 2020, and the wind farm is expected to begin commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2020. Denmark-based, Vestas has bagged an order in the United States for the development of a 420 MW wind power project. The turbine manufacturer has been selected for supplying […]

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Vikram Solar Successfully Appraised by Black & Veatch

After a detailed review of the module design and bill of materials for module configurations, the Kansas based firm came to a positive conclusion that Vikram Solar modules successfully met the requirements of international standards in those respects.  Vikram Solar, one of India’s leading module manufacturers and prominent rooftop solar & EPC solutions provider, has […]

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CERC Finds Rs 3.60/kWh as the National Average Power Purchase Cost

The APPC shall be applicable during FY 2019-20 and until further orders for the purpose of deviation settlement in respect of the open access and captive wind and solar generators fulfilling the requirement of regional entities. The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has found the Average Power Purchase Cost (APPC) at the national level to […]

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United States Hits 2 Mn Solar Installations, 4 Mn Expected by 2023: Report

The report forecasts that there will be 3 million installations in 2021 and 4 million in 2023, continuing the swift rise of solar. A new report has revealed that the United States has crossed the 2 million solar PV installations landmark. Progressing at an astonishing rate, the second million installations came in a period of […]

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Washington Joins 100% Renewable Energy Clan, More May Follow

Washington Gov. Inslee gave a green signal to the law that made the state the fifth member of the 100% clean energy list in the US. On May 7, Washington became the latest state to join the clean energy race, when Gov. Jay Inslee signed a law requiring that 100 percent of the state’s electricity […]

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260 MW Wind Farm in Thailand Begins Commercial Operation

Composed of five sub-projects located in Chaiyaphum Province in Thailand, the project is set to be one of the biggest of its kind in Thailand. The 260 MW Hanuman Wind Farm Project, owned by the Energy Absolute Public Company Limited (EA), a renewable energy company in the SET, recently entered commercial operation. Composed of five […]

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India to Exceed Climate Compliance Commitments Under Paris Agreement

A new report has predicted that India will exceed the compliance commitment it made to address climate change through green energy installations under the landmark Paris agreement. Moody’s Investor Service, a global credit rating agency recently released its latest report, “Power Asia – Climate goals, declining costs of renewables signal decreasing reliance on coal power”. The report revealed […]

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Aviation Task Force to Tackle One of Wind Energy’s Biggest Hurdles

WindEurope has launched a new Aviation Task Force, gathering a wide range of stakeholders to tackle one of the major challenge areas for wind energy. According to many in the wind energy sector, aviation-related issues are now the leading cause of permitting problems across the several Member States. And the launch of the Aviation Task […]

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