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Transparent Backsheet A Smart Alternative For Glass / Glass Modules

18 September 2019

DuPont™ Tedlar® Clear film for transparent backsheet

Why Solis Inverters became the Preferred Choice of Airports PV Power Station at Home and Abroad.

23 August 2019
Why Solis Inverters became the Preferred Choice of Airports PV Power Station at Home and Abroad.

Efficient and convenient air traffic is one of the prerequisites for the development of modern society and economy, especially for the development of high-tech industry.

Solis inverter debuted on the news feature of “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” by CCTV in its "Half-Hour Economy

23 August 2019
Solis inverter debuted on the news feature of “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations” by CCTV in its "Half-Hour Economy

China CCTV economical channel's "Half-Hour Economy" broadcast a news feature on “Good crops on photovoltaic power stations

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ENGIE’s renewable energy generation capacities in India amount to 1 GW following the attribution of a 200 MW wind project

ENGIE just won a 200 MW wind project in the State of Tamil Nadu, in India, in addition to another 50 MW wind project that had been won in that State last month. Earlier this year, ENGIE had marked its first success in wind in India with a 30 MW project to be developed in Gujarat State1. All these successes bring a total of 1 GW of renewable energy generation capacities in India for ENGIE, installed or being built.

For the 200 MW onshore wind project, ENGIE proposed a tariff of INR 2.51/kWh for a 25-year power purchase agreement. This project is part of a 2,000 MW wind tender floated by Solar Energy Corporation of India.

Sébastien Arbola, CEO of ENGIE Middle East, South & Central Asia and Turkey, declared: “We are very proud of our numerous successes in India in wind, but also in solar PV as for example the Mirzapur solar power plant we inaugurated a few weeks ago with French President Macron, Indian Prime Minister Modi and ENGIE CEO Isabelle Kocher. ENGIE is committed to help the Indian Government to reach its ambition to promote the development of renewable electricity and to increase the share of renewables in the energy mix. All these projects are also a significant achievement of our commitment to build harmonious progress in the country and all over the world”.

Present for over two decades in India, ENGIE has an installed capacity of 810 MWp2 in solar and a capacity of 280 MW in wind (being built). It employs around 1,000 people in power generation as well as in engineering and energy services.

The ENGIE Group is currently the largest independent electricity producer in the world. Renewable energy represents 23% of its global generation capacity, and its objective is to commission 14 GW of additional renewable capacity by 2022.

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