SOFARSOLAR Inverter Installed in Cambodia’s Ministry of Transport

Cambodia, a country with better lighting in Southeast Asia, is endowed with the unique development potential of new energy, and in recent years breaking through the barriers of traditional energy and upgrading the strategic position of new energy as well, aiming to become the leader of new energy in Southeast Asia. At present Cambodia’s Ministry […]

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UK’s Largest Commercial EV Order Ever!

British Gas, the largest energy and home services company in the UK, claims to have just set the new record with an order for 2,000 electric vans. The initial 2,000 electric vans are all Vauxhall Vivaro-e vans, giving Vauxhall a nice boost in hitting its fleet efficiency/CO2 emissions requirements. In addition to the 2,000 electric […]

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Relectrify launches New storage system made of EV batteries

Australia-based Relectrify has announced plans to target utility, commercial, and industrial customer applications with the initial release of its ReVolve battery energy storage product, a modular 120 kWh system that uses second-life Nissan Leaf EV battery packs. The ReVolve battery energy storage system is fully integrated with the company’s cell-level battery management system, inbuilt inverter, […]

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REC Raises $500 Million Through Bonds

REC Limited has successfully raised USD 500 million 5.5-year Reg-S only bond issued under its Global Medium Term Programme of USD 7 billion. The transaction was priced inside the fair value of existing secondary curve of REC USD bonds and is the lowest coupon ever achieved by REC in the USD bond market. Commenting on […]

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Japan’s Panasonic To Discontinue PV Manufacturing In Malaysia

Japan’s Panasonic Corp recently announced that it will discontinue solar photovoltaics manufacturing in Malaysia and Japan by March 2022, the end of its fiscal 2021/2022. Panasonic ceased production of cells and modules in Buffalo, Now York, where it was partnering with Tesla, in the summer of 2020, completing the withdrawal in September. Panasonic has been […]

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Essar Power To Set Up 90 MW PV Solar Plant in MP

The board of Essar Power Ltd, an investee company of Essar Global Fund has approved an investment of Rs. 300 Crore in a 90 megawatt PV Solar power plant in Madhya Pradesh, marking the fund’s foray into renewable energy. The entry into renewable energy is part of EGFL’s strategic decision to rebalance its power portfolio […]

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Photovoltaic Inverter Market: Rise in solar PV installations

With the decrease in the cost of PV power generation and reducing LOCE of solar power generation, there will be a high demand for solar energy during the forecast period, which, in turn, increases the demand for PV inverters, as they are an integral part of the solar energy plants. There is a large growth […]

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SMT Energy Announces Partnership With Goldman Sachs Renewable Power

SMT Energy LLC and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power LLC have announced a strategic partnership to develop renewable energy assets in the United States. Initially, GSRP is acquiring 55 megawatts of community solar facilities located in upstate New York from SMT. John Switzer, co-founder of SMT, stated, “I am extremely proud of our team for developing […]

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Pennsylvania Contracts EVgo Up For 14 New Fast Chargers

The state’s Driving PA Forward initiative is bringing 14 more EV fast chargers to The Keystone State, in this case courtesy of EV fast charging giant EVgo. The contract from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is for EV fast chargers at 3 locations, providing 14 charging ports in total. EVgo has two major claims to fame […]

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North Carolina

North Carolina’s Clean Energy Transition

Over the past year, state officials, utilities, and a broad set of stakeholders worked together to advance key portions of the state’s Clean Energy Plan. North Carolina is emblematic of forces playing out in the larger US electricity system: although the state enjoys relatively low-cost energy, it has also relied heavily on coal-fired generation. The […]

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