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CPV manufacturer Soitec has announced the installation of a 25kW concentrator PV demonstration plant in the village of Usib near Rehoboth in central Namibia.
One of the last and largest PV power plant projects to announce module supplier details under the South Africa Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program (REIPPPP) Phase 2 bidding has gone to Yingli Green Energy.
Having secured a number of PV inverter supply deals as part of South Africa’s utility-scale PV program, SMA Solar Technology is to manufacturer the inverters in the country to comply with local content requirements.
To meet a series of utility-scale PV projects in South Africa as part of the South African Department of Energy’s (DoE) Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP), ABB is planning to open the new PV inverter production line at its existing facilities in Johannesburg in 2014.
Construction of the 160MW Noor 1 CSP project has officially started following a ground breaking ceremony held on 10 May attended by King Mohammed VI.
The governing body of the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) has approved a modified plan that will see Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia install over 1.1GW of concentrated solar power (CSP) capacity in the region.
Spanish inverter and power solutions provider GPTech has joined with cable manufacturer CBI Electric to break into the South African PV grid integration market.
CPV producer, Soitec has partnered with Saudi Arabian investment company, Khaled Juffali Company (KJC) to pursue projects in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Abu Dhabi-based renewable energy firm Masdar has commissioned a US$31.99 million, 15MW PV power plant in the Mauritania, no
SolarWorld and Danish global water pump manufacturer Grundfos have penned a supply contract for solar-powered water pumps project in developing countries.