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Enel Scores First Solar Tender win in India, 420 MW Project in Rajasthan

Enel Green Power has won its first solar tender in India, has been awarded the right to sign a 25-year energy supply contract for a 420 MW solar project. Enel Green Power has announced that it has, through its Indian renewable energy subsidiary EGP India – Avikiram Surya India, won its first solar tender in […]

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DGTR to Conduct Hearing on Safeguard Duty for Solar Cell Imports

The DGTR has called an oral hearing on July 3, 2020, to take forward the ongoing probe on the continued imposition of safeguard duty on solar cell imports. The investigation arm of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) has called all concerned parties for an oral hearing on […]

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Duke Energy Grants $9 Lakh to Support Job Training Programs in North Carolina

Duke Energy, a leading energy company in the US, awarded USD 903,828 in grants to support apprenticeship job training programs at 8 community colleges in North Carolina. Moreover, this grant is in line with its 2017 commitment to fund USD 5 million in apprenticeship programs at community colleges across the state. Commenting on the development, Peter Hans, president of the NC […]

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Siemens Inks Long-Term Pact with EnergyNest for Energy Storage Solns

Siemens Energy, a division of global technology giant Siemens, has recently entered into a long-term partnership with the Norwegian technology company EnergyNest. EnergyNest, which is a startup in the space, is a supplier of thermal energy storage systems. The two companies joined hands with an aim to jointly offer modularized and standardized thermal energy storage […]

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US Solar Systems Prices Falling Faster Than Expected: WoodMac

Solar PV systems prices in the US are falling faster than expected across all market segments, primarily driven by module price reduction. Solar PV systems prices in the United States (US) are falling faster than expected across all market segments, primarily driven by module price reduction, according to new research from Wood Mackenzie. Residential system […]

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Canadian Solar Inks 2 PPAs for 274 MW PV Projects in Brazil

Canadian Solar, a leading solar photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer, has recently entered into two private power purchase agreements (PPA) with Braskem S.A. and COPEL Energia for an aggregate 274 MW of capacity of solar power projects in Brazil. Braskem is a Brazilian petrochemical company and is the largest producer of thermoplastic resins in the Americas. It […]

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Hindustan Zinc Looking to Offload Wind Energy Assets

Hindustan Zinc, the Udaipur-based subsidiary of the Vedanta Group is looking to offload its wind energy assets worth 273 MW, nearly Rs 1500 crore. Hindustan Zinc, the Udaipur-based subsidiary of the Vedanta Group is reportedly looking to offload its wind energy assets worth 273 MW, nearly Rs 1500 crore. The assets, as per industry experts […]

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Solar O&M Market To Be $9.4 Billion By 2025

Global Research and Analytics Firm, wood Mackenzie, (Woodmac) has predicted that the global non residential O&M (Operations and Maintainance) market for solar could touch $9.4 billion by 2025. According to Woodmac, Solar power systems nearing inverter end of life currently account for 5% of the global PV market. This number will grow to 16% – […]

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Azelio, CITRUS Ink MoU for Energy Storage Supply to C&I Customers in Mexico, America

Swedish company Azelio has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mexican, CITRUS JMK S.A DE C.V (CITRUS) to assess energy storage for agricultural, mining, food and beverage, tourism and the oil & gas industry in Mexico, North and Central America. Commenting on the partnership, Jonas Eklind, CEO of Azelio, said that “CITRUS is […]

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