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SLNG Implement Total Solar DG

Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd (SLNG) and Total Solar Distributed Generation (DG) have signed an agreement for solar power to be implemented at the Singapore LNG Terminal on Jurong Island. Under the agreement, Total Solar DG will finance, build and operate a 600 kilowatts peak (kWp) rooftop solar power system, which will be installed on the rooftops of several buildings at the Terminal. The installation ...

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Adani ranks #1 as largest solar power generation owner

Its 12.32 GWac global portfolio exceeded the total capacity installed by the entire US solar industry in 2019. India's Adani Group has been hailed as the top global solar power generation asset owner in terms of operating solar projects, according to the latest ranking of global solar companies by Mercom Capital. Adani’s renewable energy portfolio has exceeded the total capacity installed by the entire US s ...

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China leads bids for Solar in Myanmar

 Myanmar is expected to announce the winners of tenders for a raft of solar power plants ahead of general elections in November and following a process whose onerous conditions threw obstacles in front of international companies, except, somehow, those from China, from where more than half of the bids came. After sitting on numerous solar plant proposals for years, the National League for Democrac ...

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Vietnam sees rooftop solar boom

Over 45,000 households and organizations in the country have installed rooftop solar panels, whose prices have been falling rapidly in recent years. Le Anh Tuan, lecturer at Can Tho University in southern Can Tho City, spent VND130 million ($5,600) to install a 3.9 kWp rooftop solar power system in his home four years ago and is now enjoying the fruits of his investment.  Tuan was able to save up to VN ...

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AC Energy builds two new solar plants in Luzon

AC Energy Inc., the power unit of the Ayala Group, will build two new solar plants in Central Luzon as it continues to expand its renewable energy portfolio. In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday, ACEN said the two projects, with a combined cost of about P6.2 billion, would have an aggregate capacity of up to 150 megawatts (MW). One project will involve a 75-MW facility located in Araya ...

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Trina Vertex push 600MW with 210mm cell

Leading solar module makers have pushed into powerful new territory this year. Leading the pack is Trina Solar’s 600W Vertex series module which will reach the market next year, once the company reaches mass production of its Vertex 550W series later in year. Using a 210mm cell, Trina Solar head of product and marketing Asia Pacific Lim Cheong Boon says a 6 x 10 configuration is sufficient to deliver 600 wa ...

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Sunamp raises £4.5m to fund overseas expansion

Thermal energy storage firm Sunamp has raised £4.5 million in Series A funding to help support its international expansion. The investment round was led by a £3.2 million investment by Chilean venture capital firm Aurus Capital, with Scottish Investment Bank and existing private investors key participants in the round according to Sunamp. The funding will support its commercial scaling in the UK as well as ...

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Graphene Perovskite Solar Cells (PSC) Improve Solar Implementation

                               Imagine the environmental benefits if we could all simply paint solar cells onto the roof of our houses, or onto any surface for that matter. We could do this using perovskite solar cells (PSC), but, due to their instability, they have not yet been widely introduced. Now, researchers from the  ...

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Singapore gaining ground on Solar target

 Imagine generating renewable energy via solar panels on your rooftop and being able to sell this energy to others. All this could soon be a reality and a step forward for Singapore as it pushes for its 2030 solar target, should a pilot project by power generation firm Senoko Energy and Singapore energy innovation start-up Electrify prove successful. The pilot, also conducted in partnership w ...

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Australia fast track Worlds largest solar-battery project

Australia’s federal government has announced that it will fast-track an ambitious A$22bn ($16bn) 10GW/30GWh solar/battery project that will send 24-hour renewable electricity to Singapore via a 4,500km cable. Angus Taylor, minister for energy and emissions reduction, granted “major project status” to developer Sun Cable’s Australia-ASEAN Power Link (AAPL) project in Australia’s Northern Territory, which ess ...

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