Solar Energy News Roundup for April 6, 2018

Solar Energy News Roundup for April 6, 2018

Engie and Meridiam win 60MW of Senegal solar projects with prices below €4 cents

Senegal's CRSE (Electricity Sector Regulatory Commission), announced the results of the tender under the Scaling Solar program, which is supported by the World Bank. CRSE had received 14 bids from 8 of the 13 qualified bidders for both locations. Original article stated prices in US$ cents, but press release has now been clarified to confirm prices in Euro cents.

Source: PVTECH

 

REC breaking ground for one of Singapore’s largest rooftop solar installations

REC Group yesterday welcomed illustrious guests to the ground-breaking and contract-signing ceremony for what promises to be one of Singapore’s largest-ever rooftop solar installations. Dr Amy Khor, Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for the Environment and Water Resources, commending REC’s leadership on climate action in the country, and its pledge to support Singapore’s Year of Climate Action.

Source: pvmagazine

 

Gantner Environment contracted for 230 MW Egyptian solar park monitoring

Gantners monitoring and control solution “Made in Germany” is an optimised, individually tailored system and as result of high quality engineering based on newest technology. The heart of Gantners monitoring solution is the inverter independent datalogger Q.reader which tracks and controls all power plant information. In addition to the Egyptian Transmission Grid Code (ETGC), the PPC fulfils the requirements of the Solar Energy Plants Grid Connection Code.

Source: pvmagazine