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The news comes on the day a private equity investor in the English North East announced plans to jointly develop a 1.4 GWp solar portfolio with Canadian Solar. JANUARY 21, 2021MAX HALL The country could be set for another wave of solar, according to today's developments. Image: NFU With therebrandedtrade body forU.K. solartoday revealing the country added 545 MW of generation capacity last year, there were fresh announcements
By Renewable Energy World Content Team 1.19.21 Today, Oman Shell launched the 25-megawatt Qabas solar plant, helping the port and freezone in Sohar to become more sustainable and demonstrating the commercial benefits of solar power for industrial purposes. Owned by Shell, Sohar Solar Qabas is the companys first utility scale, photovoltaic (PV) solar project in the Middle East and in Oman. Sterling and Wilson acted as the EPC for the project.
By Renewable Energy World Content Team 1.15.21 Industrywide initiative gains momentum by publishing new HR playbook outlining actionable steps and best practices. Renewables Forward, a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiative of leading U.S. renewable and clean energy companies, today announced the release of a new diversity human resources (HR) playbook. The group has doubled in membership to 28 with the addition of 16 new member companies an
By Jules Scully Jan 14, 2021 1:37 PM GMT It is hoped New York states clean energy programme will create more than 50,000 jobs. Image: The Alliance for Clean Energy New York/Twitter. New York state will this year contract for 23 large-scale solar farms and one hydroelectric facility with a combined capacity of more than 2.2GW, as Governor Andrew Cuomo outlines efforts to spur on private investment in clean energy and drive job creation. These 2
Researchers in the Netherlands and Singapore have measured irradiance-weighted average temperatures of floating PV systems in both countries and have compared the results with reference rooftop and ground-mounted PV systems. They have discovered that floating PV systems with open structures, which allow wind to pass beneath the modules, can provide a higher heat loss coefficient. JANUARY 12, 2021EMILIANO BELLINI Image: TNO The cooling effect of water