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Arctech Launches New Single-Axis Tracker ‘SkySmart-2’

The world’s first tracking system compatible with 1500V four-string systems. Arctech Solar, a leading solar tracking and tracking system provider, has launched its latest research achievement SkySmart-2, the industry’s first independent single-axis tracking system which introduces multiple fans driving up to 120 solar modules. It can solve the instability problem of regular 2P (two modules […]

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Renewables Under Modi. A Success Story Validated by Industry Stakeholders.

Despite policy reversals and various other operational challenges faced by the industry, a bulk of the respondents are optimistic about its growth prospects. The Indian renewable industry has given a pass certificate to the five years under Modi government rule with 78 percent of the respondents in a survey of CEOs of the industry feel […]

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Amsterdam’s Largest EV Charging Network to Run on RE

The innovative solution enables faster charging, maximal use of renewable electricity and more efficient use of the electric grid in Amsterdam. Vattenfall and the City of Amsterdam, have together launched Flexpower, the largest public smart charging network for electric vehicles in Amsterdam. Operated by Vattenfall, a total of 456 charging stations with 912 charging points […]

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E.on Posts Lower EBIT and Net Income For First Quarter of 2019

The Renewables segment’s adjusted EBIT rose by 23 percent year on year, from €171 million to €211 million. Thanks to commissioning of offshore wind farms in Germany and the UK and an onshore wind farm in the US. The Germany-based electric utility company, E.On, with its core business in Energy Networks, Customer Solutions and Renewables […]

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Decline In Wind Growth Puts German and EU Renewable Targets at Risk

The growth of onshore wind energy is collapsing in Germany, jeopardizing both the German and EU renewables targets. Germany installed just 134 MW of new onshore wind farms in the first quarter of 2019 – the country’s worst first quarter for onshore installations since 2000. And is likely to install a total of just 1-2 […]

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Vestas Bags 420 MW Order in For Wind Project in US

The project deliveries have been scheduled for the second quarter of 2020, and the wind farm is expected to begin commercial operation in the fourth quarter of 2020. Denmark-based, Vestas has bagged an order in the United States for the development of a 420 MW wind power project. The turbine manufacturer has been selected for supplying […]

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Ørsted Issues Green Bonds to Finance Next Wave of Offshore Wind Projects

The investment strategy will include the investment in the biggest offshore wind farm in the world, the Hornsea 2 in the United Kingdom with a capacity of 1,386 MW.  The largest energy company in Denmark and the world’s largest offshore wind energy developer, Ørsted has successfully issued green bonds. The company announced in a statement […]

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Innergex Closes Construction Financing For its 328 MW Texas Wind Farm

The facility is expected to produce a gross estimated long-term average of 1,230 GWh and will be the largest wind farm project built by Innergex. Canadian renewable energy solutions firm, Innergex Renewable Energy has announced the closing of a construction financing and tax equity commitment for the Foard City wind project located in Foard County, […]

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Himachal Pradesh Issues Draft Amendment Regulations For Deviation Settlement

The Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (HPERC) has issued draft amendments for its regulations on deviation settlement mechanism. In its notification, the commission noted that the proposed amendments have been introduced to align the state’s regulations with the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission’s (CERC) latest and fifth draft amendments to the principal deviation settlement mechanism regulation […]

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