Solar Energy News Roundup for March 30, 2018

Solar Energy News Roundup for March 30, 2018

Solar seeks its place under Spanish sun

Sun-drenched Spain should be a natural for solar energy. The technology is making an effort to stand on its feet financially without subsidies. Investors are now betting again on solar power generation in Spain.

Source: solardaily

 

TNB signs PPAs for 180MW of solar projects in Malaysia

 According to a filing on Bursa Malaysia, TNB (Malaysian utility Tenaga Nasional Berhad) has signed 21-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) for 180MW of solar PV projects in Malaysia. TNB has completed more than 50% of a 50MW solar PV project in Selangor, on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. The developers will design, construct, own, operate and maintain the PV projects.

Source: PVTECH

 

Operators of 10-MW Namewaminikan Waterpower Project in Canada fined for violations

NHI (Namewaminikan Hydro Incorporated), owner of the 10-MW Namewaminikan Waterpower Project (NWP) near Thunder Bay in Geraldton, Ontario, Canada, pleaded guilty on March 27 in two separate matters resulting in fines of $187,500.

Source: RENEWABLEENERGYWORLD