Monthly Archives: December 2018

GoodWe’s Efforts in Illuminating the Road to Escaping Poverty

Poverty alleviation through photovoltaic means is becoming one of the most prevailing methods in China’s “precise poverty alleviation” project, with many exceptional enterprises out to tackle this problem of poverty. The enterprise leading the photovoltaic inverter market, Jiangsu GoodWe Power Technology Co., Ltd. (simply referred to as GoodWe from this point onwards) is one of them. GoodWe actively combines enterprise

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AB InBev and Lightsource BP announce UK’s biggest ever unsubsidised solar power deal to brew Budweiser with 100% renewable electricity

Budweiser, the world’s most valuable beer brand, is to be brewed with renewable electricity as AB InBev UK inks a deal with Europe’s largest solar energy company, Lightsource BP, to purchase 100% renewable electricity for its UK operations. The 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) will roll out 100 megawatts of solar power, making it the largest unsubsidised solar energy deal

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Sonnedix expands portfolio in France by 31.8 MW

Sonnedix, an independent solar power producer (IPP), has acquired three solar PV plants in the Bordeaux area, south west France, increasing its country capacity by a further 31.8 MW. The three PV plants acquired, located adjacent to each other, are Bourg d’Hourtin (11.1 MW), La Redoune (12.0 MW) and Gartiou (8.7 MW). The ground-mounted plants were built by the global

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Solar Frontier Americas Acquires Canadian Solar’s 210 MWp Mustang Two Solar Project

Canadian Solar Inc. (“Canadian Solar”) (NASDAQ: CSIQ), today announced its wholly owned subsidiary Recurrent Energy LLC (“Recurrent Energy”) has completed the sale of its 150 MWac/210 MWp Mustang Two solar project to Solar Frontier Americas (“SFA”). “The Mustang Two transaction is the latest example of the strong demand we see globally for Canadian Solar’s high quality solar assets, given our ability to partner at various

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New third party life cycle assessment reveals minimal carbon footprint from Midsummer’s thin film solar cell production process

A new study commissioned by solar energy technology leader Midsummer shows that the company’s proprietary flexible CIGS thin film solar module manufacturing process is much more environmentally friendly than other solar module production processes like e.g. for silicon modules. The recent study by Swerea IVF, a leading Swedish industrial research institute, shows conclusively that Midsummer’s flexible thin film solar cells have much lower

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