Renewable Energy

DNV GL Makes New Mobile Solution for Testing Controllers

DNV GL, a global quality assurance and risk management company, has successfully tested the first project through its mobile test stand solution for renewable energy park controllers. The company has assessed the German OEM EnoEnergy’s Gridmaster park controller. The park controllers coordinate tasks between components in the wind and solar farms to optimize the power […]

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Public Tenders Added 80% of Current Renewable Capacity in Latin America, Caribbean

A new report has found that over 80% of current renewable energy capacity in Latin America and the Caribbean has been driven by public tenders and auctions. On the occasion of Mexico WindPower 2020, the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have published a joint report Competitive Processes for […]

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PGCIL Subsidiary Granted Transmission License for 2 GW RE Projects in Gujarat

CERC has granted a transmission license to a PGCIL subsidiary to establish transmission system for providing connectivity to 2 GW of RE Projects in Gujarat The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has granted a transmission license to Powergrid Bhuj Transmission Limited (PBTL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Power Grid Corporation of India (PGCIL) to establish the […]

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After Wind, Sweden’s Wallenstam Now Invests in Solar Energy

After achieving self-sufficiency in renewable energy by investing in wind, Swedish real estate company Wallenstam is now planning to invest in solar energy. Thus, in order to evaluate the potential of installation of solar panels, the Swedish company has analyzed its entire property holdings, which is around 220 properties. Commenting on the development, Karin Mizgalski, […]

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Indonesia Racing Towards 23% Renewable Energy: IEEFA

The electricity system in Indonesia might soon see a glimmer of hope after going more than 3 years without significant growth in renewable energy investment The electricity system in Indonesia might soon see a glimmer of hope after going more than three years without significant growth in renewable energy investment, a new IEEFA report finds. […]

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Sungrow Inks Pact with Panasian Power to Boost its Inverter Supply in Sri Lanka

Sungrow, which is among the world’s most bankable inverter brands with more than 100 GW installations, has recently entered into a distribution pact with Panasian Power PLC, a Sri Lanka-based supplier of clean and renewable energy to Sri Lankan national grid. The China-based central and string inverters supplier said that, Panasian Power PLC is the first official […]

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Singapore-based Vena Energy Issues $325 Mn Green Bond

Vena Energy has announced the successful issuance of a benchmark USD 325 million (5-year 3.133 percent fixed rate) green bond offering. Vena Energy, one of Asia-Pacific’s leading independent power producers (IPP) and pure renewable energy company, has announced the successful issuance of a benchmark USD 325 million (5-year 3.133 percent fixed rate) green bond offering. […]

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Acciona Posts 13.7% EBITDA for Energy Business Despite 9.5% Drop in Turnover

Spanish conglomerate group Acciona has reported its financial figures for the financial year 2019, recording a net profit of EUR 352 million in 2019 (+7.2%) Spanish conglomerate group dedicated to the development and management of infrastructure and renewable energy – Acciona has reported its financial figures for the financial year 2019, recording a net profit […]

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The Role of AI and ML in Solar Energy

Climate change is one of the biggest threats that humanity is currently facing. With these challenges which lie before the government and various energy solution providers, it has become imperative for them to provide a sustainable mode of renewable energy. This has also made renewable energy to be an alternative source of energy compared to […]

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