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Will Bangladesh Reach its RE Target By 2020?

The country faltered in attaining its previous target but has since gained momentum When it comes to generating green energy, Bangladesh’s past performance has seen a mix of success and failure.  The government did not attain its goal of generating five percent of the country’s electricity from renewable sources by 2015; but that did not deter it from continuing to aim high. The government is now eyein ...

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Hero Future Close To Acquiring Solar Assets of Waaree Energies Ltd

Hero Future Energies, the renewable power venture of the New Delhi-based Munjal family, is close to buying the solar power generating assets of Waaree Energies Ltd in a Rs 500-550 crore deal, said two people aware of the development. Mumbai-based Waaree is primarily a maker of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and an engineering, procurement and construction company in solar energy. It also has a 100 megawatt ...

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Reneum Platform Launches

Sindicatum Blockchain Technologies launches renewable energy investment platform Reneum Singapore-headquartered Sindicatum Blockchain Technologies today launched its Reneum platform at the Paris Peace Forum. Reneum’s aim is to mobilise additional investments in renewable energy of $100bn by 2030, when 60 per cent of the world’s energy use should come from renewable sources if we don’t want to all fry from c ...

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Asian Renewable Energy Hub Reaches $22 Billion Budget

The consortium behind a massive renewable energy project proposed for the Pilbara has brought Macquarie Group on board as an investor and bolstered the budget to more than $22 billion. The Asian Renewable Energy Hub has also increased the wind and solar power development’s planned output from 9 gigawatts to more than 11 GW, with a greater focus on supplying domestic industry consumers. Macquarie has agreed ...

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Smart Solar Power Generation Asia

Installation of solar panels in both commercial and residential buildings are rising by the day. They are also being installed in railway and bus stations, streets, and gardens. This has warranted the machines that make electricity from the sunlight to become ever more efficient. The result is the smart solar power market. It is an innovative solution that allows solar products to be controlled and monitore ...

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SoftBank Shaking Up the Energy World?

Over the past few years, Tesla has grabbed western headlines for leading the global energy revolution. But while its CEO Elon Musk has hogged the spotlight, for good or for ill, another company, in the East, has been quietly changing the world. SoftBank is a Japan-based Internet, technology and communications giant. Like Musk, SoftBank’s founder and chief executive officer, Masayoshi Son, is a maverick tyco ...

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Bionic Solar Cells? Are they the Future?

A common bacterium that lives in the human gut and can sometimes cause nasty stomach upsets can be used for good, scientists from the University of British Columbia have discovered. In what may well be a first for the solar industry, they genetically engineered a culture of E. coli to make the bacteria produce greater amounts of sun-soaking dye lycopene (the red pigment in tomatoes) and then watched that ly ...

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Proinso Collaborate on First Utility Scale Solar Project in Bangladesh

PROINSO collaborates with Joules Power on the First Utility Scale Solar Project in Bangladesh PROINSO, a global leader in the solar energy market has supplied a 28 MWp utility scale project in Bangladesh, the first of its kind in the country. PROINSO UK has been working in partnership with Joules Power Limited (JPL) on a 28 MWp utility scale project, utilising an innovative financing solution from GuarantCo ...

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Philippines an emerging Solar Power House

Investment in and deployment of distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) energy-battery energy storage systems is soaring in the Philippines amid efforts to electrify the countryside, eradicate poverty, boost grass-roots socioeconomic development and realize the nation’s climate change and sustainable development goals. Among those leading the charge is Solar Philippines, the nation’s first vertically integrated ...

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Fourth Partner Energy Invest $70 Million for Solar

Mumbai: Fourth Partner Energy, a distributed solar solutions provider, on Friday announced a $70 million investment from The Rise Fund, a global impact investment fund managed by TPG Growth. Founded in 2010 by Vivek Subramanian, Saif Dhorajiwala and Vikas Saluguti, Fourth Partner Energy is a distributed energy management company with in-house capabilities across design, engineering, construction, service, m ...

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