Huawei identifies top 10 solar PV market trends

Chinese multinational technology firm Huawei has released its predictions within the renewable energy and solar PV market through 2025.

Alectris and Mase complete technical services project for MENA solar

Alectris and MASE have recently completed a three-year milestone O&M project in Jordan.

Atlas Casablanca, Anglo American sign Brazil’s largest solar PPA

A renewable energy company in Latin America, Atlas Renewable Energy, along with global mining company Anglo American have signed the largest solar energy purchase and sale contract in Brazil.

Heineken Mexico goes green with Enel PPA

The 10-year agreement will provide HEINEKEN with 28.8 GWh of solar and wind energy each year, for operations at its beer plant in Meoqui, Chihuahua.

Australian University sets record with solar cell technology

The Australian National University has announced a new record for the conversion of sunlight into energy, moving the world closer to the future of solar technology

Japanese launch world’s largest-class hydrogen production unit

A Japanese consortium has launched the Fukushima Hydrogen Energy Research Field (FH2R), a renewable energy-powered 10 MW-class hydrogen production unit, the largest-class in the world.

Dubai inaugurates cutting edge solar R&D centre

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority’s (DEWA’s) Research and Development (R&D) Centre at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park has been inaugurated

Philippines’ NIA signs MOUs for small hydroelectric projects, plus solar

The NIA in the Philippines recently signed five MOUs for the development of three small hydroelectric projects and two for floating solar projects on hydro reservoirs

Solar mini-grids for rural electrification to double within three years

Over 3,000 mini-grids are expected to be built by end-2022 in Africa and Asia, according to a new report, Mini-grids for Village Electrification: Industry and African & Asian markets analysis – 2020 Edition, issued by Infinergia.

Landmark $89m energy storage project starts in France

Italian multinational Nidec Industrial Solutions has started work on the first energy storage system in mainland France as part of an €80m ($89m) pilot project for French transmission system operator RTE.

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