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Vikram Solar hits 1GW solar module production capacity milestone

Vikram Solar is planning to further increase the solar module production capacity to 2 GW by 2020. Indian solar module manufacturing giant Vikram Solar has announced that it has reached 1 gigawatt production capacity milestone. In doing so, the company is contributing to the Indian government’s target of reaching 100 GW of installed solar energy […]

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Finnish Demo Plant Uses Carbon Dioxide to Produce Renewable Fuels and Chemicals

The Finnish demo plant comprises four separate units: a solar power plant; equipment for separating carbon dioxide and water from the air; a section that uses electrolysis to produce hydrogen; and synthesis equipment for producing a crude-oil substitute from carbon dioxide and hydrogen. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) […]

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First Solar Secures Syndicated Development Loan Facility from Mizuho for Solar Projects in Japan

This financing represents the first syndicated solar project development loan facility arranged and participated in by Mizuho Bank, and it is the third loan facility First Solar has secured with Mizuho Bank. First Solar has announced that it has signed a syndicated development loan facility agreement of approximately $64 million with Mizuho Bank for utility-scale […]

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Vivint Solar Expands Operations to Colorado

Vivint Solar designs, installs and maintains the system, allowing customers to enjoy the benefits of affordable, renewable solar energy. Vivint Solar, Inc., a leading full-service residential solar provider has announced it has expanded availability of its solar energy systems into Colorado. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), Colorado currently ranks 11th in the […]

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Renewables are becoming the least cost option in India, Denmark, Egypt, Mexico, Peru and UAE

The cost of renewables is well below equivalent costs for fossil fuel and nuclear generating capacity in India, Denmark, Egypt, Mexico, Peru and UAE Renewables are becoming the least cost option in India, Denmark, Egypt, Mexico, Peru and the United Arab Emirates, a global multi-stakeholder renewable energy policy network said on Wednesday. It said record […]

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TMEIC Develops and Commences Sales of AC Station for PV Systems

TMEIC developed the AC station for PV systems to meet the demand for providing package solutions and contribute to maximizing customer benefits. Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC) has developed and commenced sales of its solar ware station, an AC station which a package solution is offering a 1500V series indoor PV inverter, transformer, switchgear […]

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TMEIC Develops and Commences Sales of 1500V PV Inverters

The new inverters from the house of TEMIC are the 1500V series indoor inverters with a single unit capacity of 2222kW and 2550kW, respectively Toshiba Mitsubishi-Electric Industrial Systems Corporation (TMEIC) has developed and commenced sales of its SOLAR WARE 2220/2550 for large-capacity PV systems. The new inverters from the house of TEMIC are the 1500V […]

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KERC accelerating solar projects as demand surges in Karnataka

The KERC has included cross-subsidy charges on solar power from solar farms. Additionally, it has given a 10-year waiver of key grid charges, for solar power projects commissioned before March 2018. Taking cue from Prime Minster Narendra Modi’s ardent appeal in Paris Climate Conference in 2015 to make India a solar-powered nation, the Karnataka Electricity […]

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ICICI Bank commissions over 200 solar powered ATMs

ICICI Bank on the occasion of World Environment Day said that it has reduced its overall energy consumption in large offices and branches and has commissioned over 200 solar powered ATMs ICICI Bank commissioned over 200 solar powered ATM sites in the last one year as part of its efforts to reduce carbon footprint and […]

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