Canadian Solar completes sale of 44.3MW PV portfolio in China
Canadian Solar’s wholly-owned subsidiary, CSI New Energy, has now completed the sale of three solar power plants in China which leads to a total of 44.3MW to Shenzhen Energy Nanjing.
Renewable energy – the low cost, high-value option for the Philippines
Philippines. Moving ahead of regional ASEAN partners, Philippines is set and can attract renewable energy investments specifically solar and wind power. Building the plant which will supply its own clean energy sectors is one of the things needed to be done. See details...
Foresight completes acquisition of Canadian Solar’s Australian portfolio
Foresight, an energy company based in the US on thermal coal, has acquired a Canadian Solar's Australian solar project pipeline. Totalling 117MW, it will take ownership of 70MW Oakey 2 project and 49% interest in the 17MV Longreach Solar Farm and the 30MW Oakey 1 asset. See details
Foresight starts construction of 3.9MW unsubsidised solar farm in Murcia, Spain
The London-headquartered investment firm, Foresight Group, has started construction of an unsubsidised solar project in the municipality of Las Torres de Cotillas, Murcia region, south east of Spain.
Vietnam’s TTC to start work on 150MW of solar in first half of 2018 - reports
Ho Chi Minh City-based conglomerate TTC Corp has planned to start contructing three solar projects, that has a 150MW total capacity in the first half of next year, in Vietnam.
South Korea targets 58.5GW of renewables by 2030
South Korea. The government of South Korea thru Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy announced the 8th long-term plan on supply and demand for electricity which includes safety and economic efficiency. See details...
Akuo Energy signs letter of intent to develop 50MW PV project in Indonesia
Indonesia. Akou Energy, a French solar company, and Indonesian Utility company PLN signed a letter of agreement to product 50MW solar project in Bali, Indonesia. Construction is expected at the second half of 2018. See details...
Solar and wind power development have lowest climate impact
A study by team of international scientists revealed that both PV and wind energy are more favorable to low life-cycle emissions. This study was conducted based on combining simulations on energy, economy and climate models. See details...