Monthly Archives: December 2020

GAMECHANGE’S 94% GCR MAXSPAN EASTWEST™ FIXED TILT FOR HIGHER POWER PRODUCTION

 GameChange Solar today announced that it’s global customers are requesting designs utilizing the GameChange Solar MaxSpan EastWest™ configuration for fixed-tilt systems. With a GCR up to 94%, competitive price, and high strength steel structure, the MaxSpan EastWest™ Fixed-Tilt is a considerable system for owners seeking higher power production. Derick Botha, Chief Commercial Officer at GameChange Solar, stated: “As module prices

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The power inside Trina Solar Vertex Super Factory

For the fist time Trina Solar invited industry experts, media and partners to visit its Vertex Super Factory in the city. Trina Solar has recently built three Vertex Super Factories in Yiwu, Zhejiang, as well as Suqian and Yancheng in Jiangsu, China. By the end of 2020, Trina Solar will see its 210mm-module production capacity exceeding 22GW, and will further

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ENGIE to announce 650 MW of renewable energy offtake contracts with Amazon

ENGIE announced several energy offtake contracts with Amazon for a global renewable energy portfolio of wind and solar projects across the United States, Italy and France totaling  650 MW. These Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) will exclusively rely upon renewable energy production facilities developed by ENGIE. For ENGIE, this operation is the largest portfolio of agreements signed at once with a single

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MEYER BURGER to REACH AGREEMENT WITH PHOTOVOLTAIC MANUFACTURER ECOSOLIFER

Meyer Burger Technology Ltd (SIX Swiss Exchange: MBTN) and Ecosolifer Ltd have agreed to draw a line under a project from 2015. The 2015 contract included the delivery of an earlier generation heterojunction cell line for the manufacturing plant in Csorna, Hungary. Ecosolifer, on its own initiative, had temporarily suspended the project and therefore the planned acceptance could not be

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sPower to Expand New York Portfolio through 1-Gigawatt Acquisition

sPower, a leading renewable energy Independent Power Producer (IPP), announced today the acquisition of nine solar projects in New York from National Grid Renewables, the renewable energy arm of National Grid’s competitive, unregulated division. The portfolio includes projects in Franklin, Jefferson, Chautauqua, Lewis, and other counties across Upstate New York. This portfolio is estimated to have a 1-gigawatt (GWdc) capacity

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