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Solar Array Installation at a Space Station by NASA and ESA

Solar panels are powering the spacewalks of astronauts for the first time at the International Space Station. Astronauts Shane Kimbrough from NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) and Thomas Pesquet from ESA (European Space Agency) completed the deployment of a new ISS Roll-Out Solar Array (iROSA) on the far end of the left (port) side […]

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Togo Solar Plant With Jakson As EPC Inaugurated

The  President of Togo, Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé inaugurated a 50MWp Solar Power Plant in the West African country. The Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Solar Power Plant Project is being developed by AMEA Power, Dubai and designed, installed, commissioned, and executed by Jakson Group from India. The West African Development Bank and Abu Dhabi Fund for […]

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CERC Orders SECI to Compensate Hero Energy for Extra Expenses in Bhadla Solar Project

The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has ordered Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI) to pay the requisite compensation to Clean Solar Power (Bhadla) Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hero Solar Energy Private Limited (HSEPL) that developed solar projects with 300 MW capacity in Rajasthan, on account of additional costs incurred by the […]

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China PV Assn Head Declares 600W Panels Key To Carbon Neutrality

Gao Jifan, the honorary President of the China Photovoltaic Industry Association, and also Chairman of Trina Solar, said that the high power 600W+ PV industry will play a critical role in helping China achieve its goals of achieving a CO2 emissions peak by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. Gao was speaking at the recently […]

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Research Flags Risks To US Solar Loans From Chronic Underperformance

California-headquartered kWh Analytics has released the latest edition of its annual report Solar Risk Management, which reveals that wildfires reduced energy production by up to 6% in the Western U.S. in 2020. Solar Risk Management 2021, which provides investors with latest insights on the evolution of solar generation risk, spans three sections and contains contributions from over […]

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Chinese Module Maker Yingli Solar Seeks A Comeback

Yingli Solar, which was once the largest manufacturer of solar panels in the world and the first Chinese company to sponsor the FIFA World Cup TM, has announced plans to make a serious comeback. The Hebei province-based firm, which slipped from a peak turnover of over $2.4 billion in 2011 to less than $650 million […]

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Kesterite Offers A Pathway To Greener Solar Cells

Kesterite is a natural mineral with many important material properties, including a band gap that can be used as a light absorber material for next generation thin-film solar cells. Unlike their perovskite-based competitor technologies, Kesterite solar cells are natural and non-toxic, making them them a truly eco-friendly alternative to the fully or partially inorganic materials, silicon and […]

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Solar Manufacturing Engineer

PV panel manufacturing. Built and design of PV panels. Materials and Bill of Materials used in PV panels. Lead PV panel manufacturing machinery and manage manufacturing technicians. Identify and select suppliers for bill of materials used in PV panels. Qualification:- Bachelor’s degree in Industrial/Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering – Minimum required. Experience:- Min 2-5 years of […]

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Axpo & IWB Build the Largest Solar Plant in Swiss Alps

In a statement released yesterday, it was revealed that over the next four months, Axpo, Switzerland’s largest renewable energy producer, and IWB, a Basel-based power provider, will build the largest Alpine solar plant in Switzerland at the Muttsee dam. Following construction approval from the local municipality of Glarus Süd, the first components were transported to […]

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