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BioTherm scoops 131MW of PV in South Africa

16 Apr 15 - 12:38 CEST

PVT - South African developer, BioTherm Energy, has become the second company to reveal successful bids for solar projects in the latest round of its home nation's flagship renewables programme.

Risen Energy & Wuhai City ink agreement for 200 MW of PV modules and 1 GW solar projects in Inner Mongolia

16 Apr 15 - 12:38 CEST

SS - Risen Energy Co., Ltd. (Ningbo, China) on April 15th, 2015 announced an agreement with the governments of Wuhai City and Haibowan district in Inner Mongolia on the supply of 200 MW of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and 1 GW of PV project construction.

Solar Frontier to Build a 29MW PV Plant in Nagasaki Airport

16 Apr 15 - 12:37 CEST

ET - Solar Frontier and Chopro has signed an agreement with government of Nagasaki Prefecture to develop a 29MW “megasolar” large-scale solar power plant called “SOL de Omura Mishima Solar PV Power Plant” along the airstrip of Nagasaki Airport. When completed, the PV plant will be the largest one in Nagasaki.

SPI to acquire 30 MW of solar PV project development rights in Japan

16 Apr 15 - 12:36 CEST

SS - Solar Power, Inc. (SPI, Shanghai, China) on April 15th, 2015 announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, SPI Solar Japan G.K., has entered into an interest sale and purchase agreement with Re Capital K.K., a subsidiary of China-based China Reinsurance (Group) Corporation (China Re), to acquire the development rights of approximately 30 megawatts ...

Fossil Fuels Just Lost the Race Against Renewables

15 Apr 15 - 14:45 CEST

BB - The race for renewable energy has passed a turning point. The world is now adding more capacity for renewable power each year than coal, natural gas, and oil combined. And there's no going back.

Doubling of PV projects under construction in Chile

15 Apr 15 - 14:44 CEST

PVT - The amount of PV capacity in construction in Chile doubled during March 2015, standing at 2.58GW, up from 1.17GW the previous month, according to new figures.