Press Releases

Intersolar North America Celebrates 10 Years with Creation of New Category for the Intersolar AWARD

Intersolar North America, the most-attended solar industry event in North America, today announced the opening of the Intersolar AWARD nomination period. Now in its tenth year, the Intersolar AWARD series recognizes the most innovative solutions in the solar industry. To embrace the changing market landscape, Intersolar has incorporated a new category within the prestigious Outstanding Solar Projects segment: Smart Renewable Energy.

18.01.2017

Astronergy receives licence to import 100 MW of solar modules to Turkey

Astronergy is among the few international manufacturers of solar modules to receive an import licence from the Turkish Ministry of Economics. The German company is permitted to supply a total of 100 megawatts (MW) of capacity to Turkish photovoltaic projects. As a result, additional production lines are starting up at the plant in Frankfurt (Oder).

17.01.2017

E.ON and IBC SOLAR to bring 7.45 megawatt solar farm into operation

In mid-January, IBC SOLAR, the PV systems and energy solutions provider, and E.ON Energie Deutschland will together put a 7.45 MWp solar farm into operation. The plant, which is located in Meyenburg in the district of Prignitz (Brandenburg, Germany), will generate enough energy to power the equivalent of about 2,400 households annually.

16.01.2017

LM Wind Power delivers 66.9 meter blades for Goldwind's new 3 MW wind turbine

LM Wind Power today announced that its newly developed 66.9 meter blades for Goldwind's 3MW wind turbine platform, the GW3S, were installed successfully on the first prototype turbine. The new blade was developed in record time with the installation taking place less than 6 months from project initiation.

16.01.2017

New IRENA Report Details How Renewables Can Decarbonise the Energy Sector and Improve the Lives of Billions

Falling costs, driven by innovation in technology and policy, is spurring renewable energy deployment and with it a myriad of socioeconomic benefits, according to the new comprehensive publication released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). REthinking Energy, now in its third edition, was released today at IRENA’s seventh Assembly, the Agency’s ultimate decision-making authority.

 
15.01.2017

Panasonic Celebrates 20 Years Manufacturing Photovoltaic Module HIT®

Panasonic have today announced it will count 20 years of manufacturing the high efficiency original photovoltaic module HIT® this year. Since debuting their patented, high-efficiency photovoltaic module in 1997, Panasonic have produced over 18 million modules of HIT®, providing clean, affordable energy to consumers, businesses and institutions around the world.

12.01.2017

PV roof-top system provides health centre with solar power

ADSOBA GmbH, Premium Partner of IBC SOLAR AG, installed a photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of a newly constructed health centre in Hohberg (Baden-Wuerttemberg) with a total output of 100 kWp. The generated solar power is predominantly used by the tenants for their self-consumption.

10.01.2017

Finance 2017 report outlines political and economic challenges facing wind industry

Wind industry intelligence service, A Word About Wind, has launched its Finance 2017 report, examining the political and economic challenges facing the wind sector over the next twelve months. Drawing on in-house research and in-depth interviews with key industry figures, the report analyses the potential effects of a number of threats to the sector across Europe and the US.

10.01.2017

Sungrow wins a contract supplying 200MW PV inverters to Blue Capital Management Co., Ltd, in Japan

The PV inverter manufacturer Sungrow has recently signed an agreement with Blue Capital Management Co., Ltd, a Japanese developer, for the supply of 200 MW of central inverters in Japan. Tokyo-based developer Blue Power noted that they felt confident in the agreement “as Sungrow has an excellent manufacturing operation and provides reliable inverters with proven quality.” The plant will be completed in three years. Blue Power plans to build a total of 500MW in the future. The project will employ Sungrow’s SG2000 central inverter.

09.01.2017

Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin ensures future profitability of PV power plants in Jordan

Acting as an independent consultant, the Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin (PI Berlin) has assisted in the acceptance of four photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 57 megawatts (MW) in Jordan. The project developer, Adenium Energy Capital, made use of the institute’s expertise to ensure its plants can generate the expected yields and rates of return. This is particularly important given the increasing pressure on price during tendering processes, which means that production losses can significantly impact the project’s viability.

09.01.2017

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