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BloombergNEF Awards Sungrow 100% Bankability Rating

Sungrow has been rated “100% bankability” by BNEF, demonstrating that projects with its inverters are more likely to obtain non-recourse debt financing from banks Sungrow, one of the leading global inverter solution supplier for renewables, has announced that it was rated “100% bankability” by BloombergNEF among inverter firms in its latest survey, demonstrating that projects […]

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Shell Recharge Forays Into Southeast Asia With EV Chargers in Singapore

Royal Dutch Shell has announced that it has successfully debuted its Shell Recharge EV chargers at petrol stations in Singapore Royal Dutch Shell has announced that it has successfully debuted its Shell Recharge electric vehicle (EV) chargers at petrol stations in Singapore, the company’s first such foray in Southeast Asia. The electric vehicle charging service, […]

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REC Group and Meyer Burger Sign MoU for Strategic Collaboration

REC Group has signed a memorandum of understanding for a strategic collaboration with the Swiss technology leader, Meyer Burger. Following the successful launch of its groundbreaking Alpha solar panel at Intersolar in Munich in May 2019. The REC Group, one of the leading European brands for solar photovoltaic panels has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding […]

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RES and Algonquin to Jointly Develop 480 MW Wind Farm in Texas

RES has announced the agreement to jointly develop the 480 MW Maverick Creek Wind Project in Texas with Algonquin RES (Renewable Energy Systems), one of the world’s largest independent renewable energy companies, has announced the agreement to jointly develop the 480 MW Maverick Creek Wind Project in Texas with Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. Maverick Creek […]

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Resiliency to Drive US Microgrid Growth: WoodMac

A new report has predicted that the US microgrid industry may find substantial future growth in areas that are repeatedly affected by power outages, as customers seek out resiliency solutions. The U.S. microgrid industry may find opportunities for substantial future growth in geographical areas that are repeatedly affected by power outages, as customers seek out […]

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IL&FS Proposes to NCLT Sale of Wind Assets to Orix

ILFS group has proposed to NCLT the sale of its wind energy assets to Japan’s Orix Corporation, reducing the debt of the company by Rs 4,800 crore. Embattled IL&FS group has proposed to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) the sale of its wind energy business to Japan’s Orix Corporation which will help reduce the debt of the company by […]

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After High Court Stay on PPA Move, Andhra Strikes with Curtailment

The Andhra government has decided to curtail renewable generation in the state after state High Court put a stay on its order to renegotiate RE tariffs The newly elected Andhra Pradesh government has decided to curtail renewable power generation in the state after the state High Court put a stay on the government’s order to […]

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India Ratings Raises Risk Concern for PPAs Signed With SECI, NTPC

In its revenue risk analysis, the India Ratings and Research a part of Fitch Group found that the Power Purchase Agreements signed by NTPC and SECI are vulnerable to risks. Contrary to the general belief that the PPAs signed between the Renewable energy companies and reliable counter parties like Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) […]

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