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Solar sector’s response to Covid

The COVID-19 outbreak impacted the solar industry in terms of cash flow, payment collection from distribution businesses, working capital needs, workforce availability, and, most critically, supply chain availability. The government's response to this situation was mainly positive. The COVID-19 outbreak occurred in the fourth quarter of...

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25 March
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NSEFI, HAI launch Green Hydrogen Consortium of Indian Industry

Through this initiative, the National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) and Hydrogen Association of India (HAI) will drive the industry response to promote indigenous manufacturing, advocate policy measures, and support pilot projects while facilitating industry-academia collaboration. National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) has launched...

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25 March
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Solar for train traction in South Africa

The Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) is seeking consultants for the deployment of 3MW of solar capacity to supply power to the traction system and some stations of the Gautrain system – an 80km railway in Gauteng linking Johannesburg, Pretoria, Ekurhuleni, and the O.R....

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25 March
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New York hits 1GW of community solar

The state has become the United States' largest and most active community solar market, with a pipeline boasting more than 700 potential community solar installations From pv magazine USA The ribbon cutting for DSD Renewables’ new 7.5MW community solar project in Schenectady County, New York was met with...

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25 March
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The long read: The right time for TOPCon

The potential advantages of n-type technologies have long been known to solar manufacturers, and such applications have been the focus of much of their research and development activities. Recent developments see 2022 shaping up as the year when n-type goes into mass production, led by...

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20 March
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Virescent Renewable Energy Trust completes the acquisition of 50MW operating solar asset from Godawari Green Energy

The 50MW concentrated solar power plant, located in the state of Rajasthan, was commissioned in June 2013 and benefits from a 25-year power purchase agreement with NTPC Vidyut Vyapar Nigam. US investor KKR-backed Virescent Infrastructure today announced its renewable energy-focused infrastructure investment trust (InvIT), Virescent Renewable Energy Trust...

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20 March
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The weekend read: Super-grid forming in the Mediterranean

Electricity generation in the Middle East and Africa could soon support the development of an interconnection between Greece, Cyprus, Israel and Egypt. Ilias Tsagas examines the landscape for this infrastructure mega-project, and the possible benefits for solar. From pv magazine 03/2022 The coming of the new year...

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20 March
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