Indian solar EPC company Mahindra Susten has received a major boost in its efforts to expand its footprint in the distributed solar market with a fresh investment from a foreign company.
The International Solar Alliance has asked companies in member countries to submit proposals to offer solar power project management solutions. The global body issued this invitation after it received a proposal for the same from India’s largest power generation company.
Norwegian energy companies Equinor and Scatec Solar announced this week that they had completed the 162 megawatt (MW) Apodi Solar Plant in Brazil, the former’s first step into the solar industry.
Gamesa Electric, a subsidiary of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, announced this week that it has been awarded a contract to supply six solar projects to be developed in Egypt worth a total of 400 megawatts (MW).
Seeking a 10% solar bifacial boost plus a 20% tracker boost over fixed monofacial panels, Maui developer Neighborhood Power is installing 10 megawatts of a new type of Canadian Solar panels in Portland, on rooftops, carports and ground sites. The micro-utility, as the company calls itself, will build, own and operate these arrays by year’s end, and has another similar 10 megawatts (MW) planned for 2019 including sites in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the United States
French renewable energy group EDF Renewables announced the commissioning of five separate solar PV facilities in Israel last week, worth a total of 110 megawatts (MW).
Renewable energy took another step forward in Hawaii this week as another solar power plant was activated on the island of Maui.
8minutenergy, the largest independent solar power developer in the United States, announced this week that it has sold the 121 megawatt (MW) Springbok 3 Solar Farm to independent global private asset management firm Capital Dynamics. The 121 MW Springbok 3 Solar Farm is located in Kern County, California, and is the third project built in 8minutenergy’s Springbok cluster which already includes the 137 MW Springbok 1 project and the 191 MW Springbok 2 project. Together, after Springbok 3 begins construction…
EnSync Energy recently announced the sale of a project under a 20-year power purchase agreement with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection to Standard Solar, a company which specializes in the development and financing of solar power systems. Under the agreement, EnSync Energy is constructing a 600-kilowatt solar installation at the CAL FIRE training facility in Ione, California. Scott Wiater, president and CEO of Standard Solar, answered some questions for Solar Love. 1. How did the arrangement with CAL FIRE come about?…
IBC SOLAR, a global leader in photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy storage from Germany, has completed a 27 megawatt (MW) solar plant near Kesinga in the Indian state of Odisha. For IBC SOLAR, this is its largest project to date as well as its first project in Eastern-India.