Southeast Asia

December 1, 2020
A round-up of the latest news in solar project development, as juwi hits 3GW installed PV milestone, Greencells makes further progress in the Netherlands and plans for a Cambodian solar-plus-storage microgrid are announced.
November 30, 2020
Vietnam is set to expand its solar and wind capacity as a supportive regulatory environment and growing investor confidence spur on new project development, according to consultancy Fitch Solutions.
November 11, 2020
Oil and gas major Shell is looking to expand its use of solar PV in Singapore as part of plans cut its CO2 emissions in the country by a third within a decade.
October 13, 2020
Solar is the “new king” of electricity, the International Energy Agency has said, with the asset class set to deploy more new capacity then any other technology each year for the coming decades.
September 14, 2020
JinkoSolar has supplied more than 600MW of modules for a utility-scale solar farm in Vietnam.
September 11, 2020
A round-up of the latest solar industry news from around the world, as Aquila picks up its first solar projects in Portugal, one of Europe’s hottest solar markets, and Dehui lays claim to being Vietnam’s first module manufacturer to produce next-generation panels.
September 8, 2020
Solar and wind power represent a US$1 trillion investment opportunity in Asia Pacific this decade, equivalent to two-thirds of the region’s power generation sector, as countries move away from fossil fuel generation in favour of greener alternatives.
August 24, 2020
Sembcorp has started work on a 60MW floating solar project in Singapore.
July 15, 2020
Seraphim Solar has introduced its S2 full-black half-cell series module, specifically tailor-made for residential and commercial rooftop installations. This new iteration of the present S2 module series offers an all-black facade for superior aesthetics, while providing high-performance power output of up to 330Wp, advanced shading protection and an extensive 15-year product warranty.
July 2, 2020
Governments should focus on mini-grids as a means to enabling access to reliable electricity for hundreds of millions of people that don’t yet have it and mini-grids using solar and batteries have matured as a technology class, but financing such projects remains problematic, a new report has found.

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