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By Jos¨¦ Rojo Mart¨ªn Dec 09, 2019 11:04 AM GMT View over 103MWp Midden-Groningen. Image credit: Chint Solar The Netherlands has recently marked the operational launch of one of the largest solar farms seen to date, a plant delivered in the country¡¯s northeast by Chinese partners. Chint Solar has now powered up the 103MWp Midden-Groningen Solar Park, built within eight months this year to the east of the city of Groningen. The
Liten, a research institute of the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, is developing a method of assessing losses at every stage from the reception of solar rays to the injection of electricity into the grid, to ¡®make it possible to optimize the maintenance of the power plants to guarantee their performance¡¯. DECEMBER 6, 2019CATHERINE ROLLET Solar project developers who pay for a license will have access to the planned optimization tool. I
With the publication of Notification No. 402/TB-VPCP on Nov. 22, the Vietnamese government has cemented its transition from feed-in tariffs to auctions, in a clear step away from earlier promises to revive the FIT scheme. DECEMBER 5, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI Wind solar co-location site in Trung Nam, Vietnam. Image: Arctech Solar The Vietnamese government has announced plans to switch from subsidizing PV deployment through feed-in
French renewables company Voltalia has secured a 25-year power purchase agreement from Cr¨¦dit Mutuel Alliance F¨¦d¨¦rale for a 10 MW solar plant and Germany¡¯s Enerparc has signed a long term deal with Norwegian energy company Statkraft for a solar park planned in Bavaria. DECEMBER 4, 2019CATHERINE ROLLETANDSANDRA ENKHARDT Voltalia has landed a private PPA from Cr¨¦dit Mutuel Alliance F¨¦d¨¦rale. Image: Voltalia French bank Cr¨¦dit
The Taiwanese PV manufacturer said the project will be the largest solar installation on the island. Construction is scheduled to being near the city of Tainan in the second half of 2020. DECEMBER 3, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI Image: Torstensimon/Pixabay Taiwan¡¯s United Renewable Energy (URE) has announced that it build a 193 MW solar project near Tainan, on the island¡¯s southwest coast. The solar panel supplier said that it wi