Solar Energy

EBRD to Support Largest Renewable Energy Project in Greece

Supporting the largest renewable energy project in Greece, EBRD is investing EUR 75 million in the successful Eurobond tap issuance by HELPE. Supporting the largest renewable energy project in Greece and the largest solar energy project in south-eastern Europe to date, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is investing EUR 75 million in the successful Eurobond tap […]

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“Esdec Is Still An Installer Focused Company”, Stijn Vos, CEO

Ever since it was started in 2004 by two installers, the Netherlands based Esdec has carved a unique niche for itself, focusing on the rooftop solar segment with their mounting systems. The firm has been in the news earlier last year  for its acquisition led strategy, especially in the US market. With a focus on […]

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SunAlpha Energy Enabling job Opportunities Post Lockdown 4.0

Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ inspires one of the leading solar energy conglomerates in India to create jobs for professionals & labour in the industry The Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and has impacted our lives deeply. All sectors have been hit by the challenges caused by the outbreak of the virus strongly and […]

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15 years On, Ginlong Solis Is A Solar Champion

2020 might be a year most firms would like to forget, but for Ginlong Solis, the global inverter manufacturer, the year remains a key milestone on the firm’s journey to an ever-growing role in the global solar market. This year marks the firm’s 15th year of operations, a journey every stakeholder can look back with […]

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Sungrow’s 10-Year-Old Inverters Passed the Latest Weak Grid Evaluation Without Technical Reform

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, announced that its 10-year-old inverters have passed the latest stringent testing requirements of stable operation under the weak grid condition, making it the first and only company that meets this rigorous evaluation in China solely by upgrading software, without replacing with new inverters. For the sake of reliable […]

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The Triple Challenge Dragging Down Solar In India

On August 21, the Central Electricity Authority (CEA), the premier national body tasked with laying down the roadmap to power for all citizens, and the policy interventions to get there, released a report on India’s solar and wind sector. Titled simply as “ Report of Under Construction Renewable Energy Projects”, the bland title laid bare […]

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SECI Releases ₹520 Crores To developers in July

At a time when the stress due to overdues from discoms, besides multiple other factors has got the industry on edge, SECI (Solar Energy Corporation Of India) has released a statement that claims ₹520 crores have been released to developers for payments against wind and solar energy generation. This represents about 75 percent of the […]

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Australia Joins India with Delays in RE Projects

If you thought India was the only place hit by extended delays and potential cancellations, think again. Australia, which has had a stop-start relationship of its own with renewable energy, especially utility scale solar and wind, has fallen into the same trap. Of course, there, more than just policy, it has been issues related to […]

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