Latin America

GameChange Solar Opens 2.5 GW Tracker Plant In Brazil

GameChange Solar (GCS), a leading global supplier of solar tracking solutions for ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) plants, announced the opening of a new factory, training, service, and technical support center exclusively for its Genius Tracker™ solar trackers in Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brazil. The Brazil factory, located in Feira de Santana, Bahia, started trial runs in […]

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Trina Trackers Adds 2.5 GW Plant In Brazil, Global Capacity Now 10 GW

TrinaTracker, a smart tracker solution provider which is part of Trina Solar Co., has opened a smart tracker manufacturing plant in Salvador, Brazil. The factory will have annual production capacity of 2.5GW and will increase TrinaTracker’s global production capacity to 10GW, to meet the company’s growing business needs. TrinaTracker smart control system production line This is […]

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AMI Report: The Road to Net Zero in Latin America

A study entitled “The Road to Net Zero in Latin America” has been released by American Market Intelligence (AMI). Weaning the world off dirty fossil fuels, a.k.a., the road to net zero emissions, is perhaps the most challenging task our society has ever faced. By 2030, it will require more than US$2 trillion in annual […]

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Auto Component Giant MT Autocraft Announces 100 Cr Investment in E-Mobility

Electric vehicle (EV) startup MTA E-Mobility Pvt Ltd was established by MT Autocraft, a provider of machined components and assemblies, with an investment of Rs 100 crore to develop EVs and essential electrical systems. The business constructed a facility of three acres in Palwal, in the national capital area, and will exhibit its goods and […]

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Analysing The Landscape For Energy Transition In LatAm Region

AMI (Americas Market Intelligence) Energy Practice has recently published a report shedding light on the untapped opportunities, challenges, investment potential in energy transition in the Latin America region. The findings of the report are as under. Lucrative Market For Operators & Investors In Suriname David Abiamofo, Minister of Natural Resources of the Republic of Suriname, […]

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Latin America Preaches RE, Yet Practises Fossil Fuels

Perpetually in two minds, although the Latin American Governments have appeared to be committing to renewable targets, yet their actions are just the opposite. According to the  International Energy Agency (IEA) that it will need US$1 trillion per year between now and 2050 to finance energy transition in Latin America, compared to the $150 billion […]

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China, Europe Will Lead World To Record-breaking RE Capacity In 2022

The International Energy Agency (IEA) said today (May 11) that China and Europe would lead the world to set a new record in renewable energy capacity in 2022 after which the momentum could drop in the following year. The findings come from IEA’s Renewable Energy Market Update for May, 2022. A press release issued by […]

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Chile to Hold 5.25GWh RE Auctions Over Next 15 Years

The Chilean Energy Regulator (CNE) has launched an auction to provide 5.25GWh of electricity to the national grid. This will take placevover a period of 15 years and the addition of electricity will begin from 2027. The new information has been shared by the Regulator on its website. According to the latest note, the consultation […]

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Integrating Storage Key to Solar’s Long-term Success, says Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Ltd CEO

In this conversation with Prasanna Singh, Group Editor at Saur Energy, Mr. Chandra Kishore Thakur, CEO, Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Limited, reflects on the firm’s current and future plans. Throwing light on solar’s growth potential in India, Mr. Thakur cites inflation, supply chain constraints and GST taxation structure, among others, as key challenges. Q. What […]

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