Government of Maldives announced the installation of 5MW Solar Photovoltaic system in the Capital city Male’.
Talesun Solar plans to expand its mono PERC capacity quickly to 3 GW within 2019.
Thailand is the latest country in Southeast Asia to recognise the untapped potential of floating solar technology after the state-run Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand announced five pilot projects last month.
The World Bank today approved Strategic Climate Fund Grant in the amount of $5.61 million and SCF Loan in the amount of $2 million to help Nepal diversify its energy sources to renewables.
Growatt, a Shenzhen, China-based manufacturer of PV inverters, announced that it donated one unit of its inverter, Growatt 20KTL3-S, to the Indore Cancer Foundation Charitable Trust, a not-for-profit charitable organization in central India, for its rooftop solar power plant project.
Sungrow, the global leading inverter supplier for renewables, today announced that it successfully held a PV technical seminar in Sri Lanka on Friday, 8th February 2019, as a part of the Company’s series of initiatives to aid the country’s progress towards more power generation and usage of renewable energy.
Dulas, a leading manufacturer of solar power refrigerators, has announced today that it has been awarded contracts to supply several hundred Solar Vaccine Refrigerators to Yemen, under a programme of vaccination backed by both International and Yemani institutions.
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has today announced the commitment of an $75 million investment in the first-ever listed green bond issued by AC Energy Finance International Limited and guaranteed by AC Energy, the power arm of Ayala Corporation.
Solar power companies in Southeast Asian that are competing for land with agriculture, industry and expanding populations have found an innovative alternative: placing floating panels in lakes, dams, reservoirs and the sea.
Japan Benex Corporation announced on Tuesday it has put into operation a 2.04-MW photovoltaic plant in Saitama prefecture.
The International Finance Corp has anchored the USD-300-million, five-year green bond in the Philippines that was recently issued by the energy arm of Philippine group Ayala Corp.
Marubeni Corporation, through a Special Purpose Company established with Oman Oil Facilities Development Company, Bahwan Renewable Energy Company, and Modern Channel Services, has executed a Power Purchase Agreement with Petroleum Development Oman for the Amin Solar PV IPP Project.
A solar power plant SES Saran opened in the Saran city of the Karagandy region. Thus, it has become the largest SPP in the Central Asian region.