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Maharashtra Discom issues 1GW dispersed solar tender

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company (MSEDCL) has issued a tender for 1GW of solar capacity separated into smaller projects of 2-10MW in size, to be spread across 218 talukas throughout the state. The 218 talukas, which are subdivisions of a district such as a group of villages, are themselves spread …

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Community solar market and One Health

GP Joule Canada, a subsidiary of GP Joule in Germany, successfully completed six utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects through its U.S. operations, totalling 12 megawatts (MW) in Minnesota. In two of these projects, the company combined its EPC expertise in the north with its proprietary single-axis tracker technology to streamline …

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Market Share of Green Energy Tops 100% in Portugal

After years of vigorous development, thanks to the factors of unique geographic environment and policy promotion, green-energy power hits a landmark in Portugal in March, when the nation’s power consumption was 40-year high, with its output reaching 104% of power need, including 55% for hydraulic power and 42% for wind …

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Dual-Glass Modules to See Rising Opportunities in 2016

Dual-Glass Modules to See Rising Opportunities in 2016 The PV industry witnessed advances across the supply chain in 2015, from the higher quality of Si wafers to the better ingredients and formulas for the conductive pastes. The conversion efficiency rates of cell products also rose considerably last year, resulting in …

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EnergyTrend: PERC shows its worth

PERC deployment: The solar industry remains sweet on passivated emitter rear cell (PERC) technology, which continues to enjoy increasing production volumes thanks to its excellent cost-performance ratio, writes Corrine Lin, PV analyst at EnergyTrend. Diminishing subsidies on a yearly basis have weakened the demand of the once booming photovoltaic (PV) …

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