Solar Energy News Roundup for April 4, 2018

Solar Energy News Roundup for April 4, 2018

Solar Media partners with Portuguese energy secretary for Large Scale Solar Europe 2019 conference

The publisher of PV Tech, Solar Media, is delighted to announce that next year’s Large Scale Solar Europe event will be held in Portugal in partnership with the country’s secretary of state of energy. This year 2018 event was held at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium and brought together more than 150 representatives from Europe’s solar industry discussed solar’s transition towards subsidy-free deployment. Further details relating to Large Scale Solar 2019 will be released in the coming months.

Source: PVTECH

 

Huawei FusionSolar ensures bankability of solar power projects in Vietnam

 The PV (photovoltaics) market in Vietnam has enormous space, with extremely high levels of irradiation all year round in middle and south provinces. The Government had proposed to construct 12 GW PV systems till 2030. As a part of the Vietnam Renewable Energy Summit 2018, a Technical Workshop with main topic “How to Ensure Bankability of Solar Power Projects in Vietnam” was held on Marth 26 in Nha Trang, sponsored by Huawei FusionSolar.

Source: pvmagazine

 

Marketplace Trending Wind, For America's Clean Energy Future

Through March 2018, wind and other renewable energies have continued to put up points that highlight their sustained growth and momentum in the marketplace. Clean power is posting new milestones as business leaders, customers and policy makers affirm their confidence in its role and value as a new mainstay in the U.S. energy mix.

Source: RENEWABLEENERGYWORLD