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At an event held in Madrid this week, the Spanish solar sector made it clear that it is more than ready to achieve the government¡¯s renewable energy targets, which include 50 to 60 GW of new PV capacity by 2030. The sector is experiencing a rebirth. NOVEMBER 9, 2018PILAR S¨¢NCHEZ MOLINA During the panel, "How can expansion be accelerated on the self-consumption market,¡± moderated by pv magazine, there were many proposals aimed at creating tr
ByTom Kenning Nov 09, 20183:05 AM GMT Singapore is already a hub of floating solar technology with the world¡¯s largest floating PV test-bed at Tengeh Reservoir. Credit: Sunseap Singapore-based solar develop Sunseap Group is developing one of the world¡¯s largest offshore floating photovoltaic (OFPV) systems, a pilot system standing at 5MW on sea water along the Straits of Johor. The project, to be located north of Woodlands Waterfront Park, is expected to gen
Half of Victoria¡¯s energy could come from renewable energy sources, as the Labor government has vowed to expand the state¡¯ renewable energy target from 40% in 2025 to 50% in 2030, if re-elected. NOVEMBER 8, 2018MARIJA MAISCH The extended VRET will provide the much needed investment confidence and jobs boost. Image: Twitter/Victoria Premier's Office In the run-up to the November 24 election, the Victorian Labor government has pledged to boost th
From Sep 4 to Sep 6, The Green Expo 2018 was held in Mexico City. Very glad to attend this event and met many local potential customers. Thanks to customers¡¯ support and enthusiasm, the exhibition ended successfully and our company makes a good relationship with Mexican customers. With the mission of being world-class solar mounting system supplier, we will continue to make efforts on self-innovation and designing products as customers need. THE GREEN EXPO® is the industry¡¯
ACT Group is also currently constructing a 2MW rooftop C&I solar project in Pakistan - a segment that is set to thrive. Credit: ACT Group Pakistan-based conglomerate ACT Group plans to set up 1GW of solar PV module assembly capacity in Pakistan by the summer of 2021, starting with a 250MW first phase by July next year. Asad Iqbal, Director, ACT Group, told PV Tech that the firm has acquired the necessary land in Karachi and is ready for construction, pending th