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Neoen, a leading renewable project developer and owner, has chosen QOS Energy’s innovative O&M management platform to monitor the performance of the 315 MW Hornsdale wind project, which will be amongst the largest wind farms operating in Australia once fully commissioned. A key benefit for Neoen is that no additional hardware or system installation is required onsite to run the software, which allows for a swift and cost effective set-up of data acquisition processes. The platform gathers and analyses data generated by each turbine for all measured values using a secure VPN connection.

April 24th 2017
JA Solar’s Module Shipments to India Reach 1GW; Strengthens Regional Position

JA Solar has announced that the company’s cumulative module shipments to India have reached the milestone of 1GW of capacity equivalent to electricity generation of approximately 1.7billion kWh, which can reduce carbon emissions by 1.47 million tonnes annually. This further strengthens the company’s position in India, which is emerging as one of the largest PV markets in the world. Globally, JA Solar now has cumulative shipments of over 20 GW and the company does business in more than 92 countries around the world.

April 24th 2017
India’s Solar Objectives Get Major Boost with 750MW Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Park

India’s State Government of Madhya Pradesh has signed agreements making Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Park a reality and helping India get closer to its 100 GW solar energy goal by 2022. IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is the lead transaction advisor for the project that will mobilise $550 million in private investment and avoid a million tonnes of GHG emissions. The 750 MW capacity project was auctioned in three packages of 250 MW each and will be one of the biggest single site solar projects in the world.

April 11th 2017
New Perovskite Efficiency Record Is A Breakthrough With Significant Potential

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have achieved a new record efficiency for low-cost semi-transparent perovskite solar cells in a breakthrough that could bring down the cost of generating solar electricity.

April 4th 2017
Clean Energy Revolution For Japan: Inauguration Of Asia’s First E3 Power Plant

Six years after the natural disaster and the reactor catastrophe in the Fukushima prefecture, governor Masao Uchibori has inaugurated the first E3 power plant by pressing the button that starts the operations. The clean energy power plant by ENTRADE, located at the small health resort Nishigo, uses biomass which is available in the region – for instance pellets derived from waste wood and sawdust – to provide a hotel and a spa resort with electricity, heat and cooling. After the successful start-up of the pilot plant further E3 power plants shall be set up during the following weeks.

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March 28th 2017
Can Women Solve The Skills Gap Problem In A Rapidly Growing Clean Energy Sector?

Women can and should address the skills gap problem in the rapidly growing clean energy sector – globally. That is the bold declaration from Dr. Nina Skorupska CBE, Chief Executive of the Renewable Energy Association (REA); who addressed a significant consequence of the pace of the global energy transition upon the release of Global Energy Talent Index (GETI), the world’s largest global energy sector skills, recruitment, and employment trends report, released by Energyjobline and Airswift.

March 28th 2017
Grid Feeding Solar: KACO Agrees To Supply 300MW Of Inverters To South Korean DNE

KACO new energy GmbH, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of inverters for grid feeding of solar power has concluded an agreement to supply 300 MW of inverters to South Korean system provider and EPC company DNE Solar Ltd. The German company will deliver string inverters, devices that are primarily used with commercial rooftop and utility-scale solar systems. The new contract will means a doubling of the past five year’s overall volume of trade between the two companies and DNE will only purchase string inverters from KACO.

March 16th 2017
Edify Energy, Wirsol Complete Landmark Solar Farm Project Financing

Australian developer Edify Energy and German investor Wirsol have successfully completed Australia’s largest single solar project financing to build and operate 3 new large-scale solar farms: the Whitsunday and Hamilton Solar Farms in Queensland, and the Gannawarra Solar Farm in Victoria. When complete in Q1 2018, the Queensland and Victorian markets will benefit from an additional 198 MWp of renewable capacity, including the first large-scale farm in Victoria. Both companies are confident that investment in large-scale renewable energy will become more common place.

March 14th 2017
Canadian Solar Secures PPAs With SECI For 80 MWac Solar Power Projects In India

The company has finalised power purchase agreements (PPAs) with the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for 80 MW of solar PV capacity awarded to the company under the recent 450 MW Maharashtra tender. Maharashtra is India’s second-most-populous state and a growing solar power. This underscores the trend of significant organisations in the solar sector securing their positioning in India. The country is set to surpass Japan as the world’s third-highest growth solar market in 2017, with most analysts expecting the country to add at least 8 GW of new solar capacity this year.

March 6th 2017
Tata Capacity Exceeds 10.5 GW, As 15 MW Telangana Solar Plant Begins Operations

Tata Power Renewable Energy Ltd, India’s largest renewable energy company has announced the start of commercial operations at its 15 MW solar plant in Telangana. The solar plant has been built over 80 acres of land and includes an 18 km transmission line. Sale of power from the plant has been tied up under a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement at a tariff of Rs. 5.72. Mr Rahul Shah, CEO, Tata Power Renewable Energy, said “The synchronisation of the 15 MW solar plant in Telangana marks a significant milestone in our drive to grow our portfolio of clean energy generation.

February 18th 2017
Gamesa Consolidates Indian Industrial Presence With New Manufacturing Facility

Gamesa has inaugurated its new factory in the Nellore region, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, one of the country’s fastest-growing wind power producing regions. Construction of this manufacturing facility, one of the company’s largest in India, is framed by Gamesa’s growth plans, which contemplate capex of more than €100 million through 2017 to reinforce its manufacturing presence in this market.

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