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JinkoSolar announces projects for South Africa and China

China’s JinkoSolar Holding co., Ltd. is entering a module supply agreement for 115 megawatts of solar panels for two projects in South Africa. Both projects are part of the Phase 2 of the South African government’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program which aims to increase the amount of renewable energy in the country’s energy mix (see related story). The first project will consist of...

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Crescent Dune solar thermal project completes solar receiver panel assembly

The Crescent Dunes Plant, the first commercial-scale solar power tower facility with energy storage in America, has taken another step toward completion. SolarReserve, which is developing the 110-megawatt solar thermal project in Tonopah, Nevada, has completed the assembly of the molten salt receiver panels by which the project will capture and store the sun’s energy. The panels sit on top of a 540-foot solar power...

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MiaSole, Ex-Im Bank bring thin-film panels to Rajasthan solar project

California-based solar company MiaSole will be providing thin-film photovoltaic solar panels to an 11.6-megawatt solar project in Rajasthan, India with the help of $9 million in debt financing from the U.S. Export-Import Bank. “This project financing facilitates exports from MiaSole’s California manufacturing center will boost California’s economy and help to create hundreds of local jobs,” said Ex-Im chairman and...

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EcoSeed top 5 solar stories for 2012

2012 has been an exciting year for the low-carbon economy where several turning points that both advanced and slowed down the sector happened, shaping the future of renewable energy. Sun power, one of the oldest and most prevalent sources of renewable energy, continued to dominate most of the headlines with projects large and small rising in both developing and developed countries this year. Looking back, here are...

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Panasonic unveils 100 Thousand Solar Lantern Project

Panasonic Corporation is set to distribute 100,000 solar L.E.D. lanterns to people in electricity scarce regions across the world by 2018 to mark the company’s centennial anniversary. The 100 Thousand Solar Lantern Project aims to help address many of the problems in non-electrified areas by using solar lanterns that can generate electricity from sunlight during the day and store it in a battery to serve as small lighting fixtures at night...

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juwi starts building its first solar park in South Africa

German renewables project developer juwi Renewable Energies has begun putting up its first South African solar park. Located southeast of Rustenburg, the development of the 7-megawatt solar park will be entirely managed by juwi, including engineering, procurement and construction. An array of photovoltaic modules, spread across 94,650 square meters, , will have the capacity to produce over 12.5 million...

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Solar demand in Asia Pacific to skyrocket by 13.5 GW in 2013 - report

A new report suggests that solar demand across the Asia Pacific region will increase by 13.5 gigawatts in 2013, a 50 percent growth year-over-year. According to the Q1’13 report of industry analyst NPD Solarbuzz, 90 percent of solar demand this year is expected to come from China, Australia, Japan and India – the Asia Pacific region market leaders. However, as factors such...

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World solar capacity over 101 GW strong – E.P.I.A.

The cumulative solar photovoltaic capacity of the world crossed the 100-gigawatt milestone in 2012, to reach over 101 gigawatts, according to figures from the European Photovoltaic Industry Association. The new global P.V. capacity generates as...

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Sierra Leone to be lit up by 13 off-grid solar projects

Electricity shortage is a common problem in the nation of Sierra Leone’s experience. Now a public-private partnership funded by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization is planning to bring solar power to some of the areas that need it most. In the western African country, just less than 10 percent of its population has access to electricity and those that do subsequently suffer from high prices due to inefficient...

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Investments of $6.8 billion foreseen for solar in the Middle East

The Middle East is boosting its solar power sector with $6.8 billion worth of projects in the pipeline, said Jigar Shah, the chairman of the inaugural Solar Middle East Conference. Mr. Shah told a Trade Arabia report that around 10 major projects are set to be plugged in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Egypt, Jordan and Morocco. “Everyone is desperate to invest in the Middle East solar industry, they are all just waiting...

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