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By Jos¨¦ Rojo Mart¨ªn Sep 18, 2019 12:40 PM BST Updated:Canadian Solar has attained what it describes as a new milestone for PV cell conversion efficiency, taking five months to break its own record in the field. The ¡®Solar Module Super League¡¯ (SMSL) member said this week it has achieved 22.8% conversion efficiency for its p-type multi-crystalline silicon ¡®P5¡¯ cell, a gain on the 22.28% mark it claimed to have reached in April. WhereApril¡¯
The €7.5 million project, built by Dutch energy provider Eneco, is intended to power operations at the Ghent factory of the Indian steel manufacturer. Arcelor¡¯s employees were invited to participate through crowdfunding. SEPTEMBER 17, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI Interest is rising in large scale solar rooftops in Belgium. Image: PublicDomainPictures, pixabay Luxembourg-headquartered Indian steel manufacturer ArcelorMittal has announced comple
Tennet needs more than €4.75 billion to invest in cross-border grid infrastructure between Germany and the Netherlands, as rising volumes of solar and wind are complicating network operations, said Dutch Finance Minister Wopke Hoekstra in a recent letter to the Dutch parliament, adding that the government may need to privatize the state-owned transmission system operator or sell off a stake in it. SEPTEMBER 16, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI Image: hpgruesen, pixabay
By Liam Stoker Sep 13, 2019 10:44 AM BST Image: ARENA. Global solar investor Foresight Group has continued its charge into the Australian PV market, launching a sustainability framework to finance small-scale renewable infrastructure projects in the country. Today, Foresight announced that its sustainability framework had been certified by the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI) and verified by the Carbon Trust, enabling the launch of the Foresight
By Jos¨¦ Rojo Mart¨ªn Sep 11, 2019 5:10 PM BST Image credit: Atlas Renewable Energy Brazil has unveiled the tariff ceilings solar players will face as they compete for the first time in the so-called new generation tender, opening up a new avenue of government support. PV bids for 20-year supply deals at the A-6 auction of 18 October will start at BRL209/MWh (around US$52/MWh), energy regulator ANEEL revealed in a statement this week.