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By John Parnell Jul 12, 2019 9:44 AM BST Source: Panda Green Energy. Chinas National Energy Administration (NEA) has approved nearly 22GW of solar capacity for the countrys new feed-in tariffs scheme. According to Asia Europe Clean Energy Advisory (AECEA) this could see 38-42GW installed in the country this year. The lowest bid came in atRMB0.2795/kWh, just over US$0.04. The long-awaited new FiT system awards capacity through a r
By Jos Rojo Martn Jul 11, 2019 12:50 PM BST The project is the latest to make progress in Kazakhstan's budding PV market, with EBRD backing some of the latest installations (Credit: EBRD) Germanys Green Energy 3000 has started building a utility-scale project in Kazakhstan, with plans to wrap up works by the end of the year. The ground-breaking of the 50MW Chulakkurgan plant in south Kazakhstan earlier this month was attended by banks, financier
By Mark Osborne Jul 10, 2019 12:54 PM BST A 6.25MW turnkey central inverter solution supplied by Sungrow at an 80MW utility-scale PV project in Ninh Thuan province, Vietnam. Image: Sungrow Major PV inverter manufacturer and EPC provider, Sungrow Power Suplly Co has supplied and grid connected a total of 1.4GW of inverters for PV power plants in the first-half of 2019. Sungrow said it had delivered inverter systems for almost 30 PV power plants
Chinas slowdown in installations last year was more than made up for by expansion elsewhere, according to IHS Markit. The news comes amid increasing market fragmentation C with the biggest engineering, procurement and construction business boasting less than 3% market share C and internationalization, with almost half of the top 15 companies operating across more than one region. JULY 9, 2019MARK HUTCHINS Compared to the previous year, Sterling & Wilson more t
By Tom Kenning Jul 08, 2019 10:34 AM BST The PV projects will be able to supply power to the equivalent of 1.1 million Indian households. Credit: Total Eren Total Eren and EDF Renewables have signed 25-year power purchase agreements (PPAs), for four solar power projects totalling 716MW of capacity in northern India. A 50:50 joint venture between the two firms, known asEDEN Renewables India, signed a PPA with Solar Energy Corporation of India (