Monthly Archives: October 2020

Asia’s Largest Railway Station to Use Yingli’s High-Efficiency Solar Products

Recently, the Beijing-Xiong’an high-speed railway between Daxing Airport and Xiong’an Station officially entered the dynamic testing phase of the joint commissioning and testing, with the first dynamic testing train starting from Beijing Daxing Airport Station, and the countdown to the opening of the project has begun. This means that the construction of the Xiong’an High-Speed Railway Station, the largest railway station in Asia,

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LS Power to Sell Three Solar Plants; Announces Expanded Renewable Development Efforts

LS Power announced today that it has entered into an agreement to sell its interests in the Dover Sun Park, the Arlington Valley Solar Energy II and the Centinela Solar Energy  projects to Capital Dynamics.  LS Power was the original developer of these projects, which entered commercial operations in 2011, 2013 and 2014 respectively. The sale is subject to customary

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Sungrow to Celebrate the Commercial Operation of China’s Largest Solar-Plus-Storage Project

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, celebrates the grid connection of China’s largest solar-plus-storage project teaming up with Huanghe Hydropower Development. Comprising of a 2.2 GW PV park and a 202.86MW/202.86MWh energy storage plant, the landmark project is connected to the 800kV ultra-high voltage power line, facilitating the transfer of power from the west of China to

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Blog, NewsBy Matteo Boscato1 October 2020 Despite the pa After just one year, FuturaSun’s Taizhou plant has doubled its production capacity of photovoltaic modules. One year ago, we announced the opening of a new plant in China, in the Taizhou photovoltaic district, near Shanghai. The new plant ensured a production capacity of 500 MW per year but, the aim was to reach 1

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Designing solar panels in checkerboard lines to increase absorbtion of light by 125%

Listen to this article below: Designing solar panels in checkerboard lines increases their ability to absorb light by 125 per cent, a new study says. Checkerboard design of solar panel Credit: Dr Davide Zecca Researchers say the breakthrough could lead to the production of thinner, lighter and more flexible solar panels that could be used to power more homes and

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