Launch of construction of Green Energy 3000’s Chulakkurgan project will add another utility-scale installation to growing PV ecosystem in Asian state.
Beijing could up solar production by 12-13% and unlock 51-74TWh if it acts against industrial and transport emissions driving sunlight dimming, researchers say.
PV hybrid costs of US$0.20/kWh by 2030 would help install enough mini-grids to power half a billion people and close energy access gaps, says new report.
Japanese group is setting up pilot production line in Osaka to manufacture semi-solid lithium-ion battery cells for US start-up.
UN-, Netherlands-backed fund will invest US$850m in 1.7GW clean energy pipeline in African, Asian states, with solar meant to account for 40% of portfolio.
Completion of Khushight Khundii project marks boost for developer of first ever utility-scale PV installation in landlocked steppe nation.
IPC and Licogi 16 land EPC contract for VND2.3 billion 62MW and 50MW projects in Ninh Thuan province, slated to complete by year-end.
PUB to launch RFP for developers of 50MW project on Tengeh Reservoir the size of 45 football pitches, with plans for two 1.5MW others on separate water bodies.
Japanese firm wraps up construction of fourth large-scale project to date in Vietnam, with plans to switch the installation on in next few days.
SunPower-equipped plant in Iwate marks commercial launch two years after 27MW predecessor was linked in Ishikawa.
State utility secures over US$20 million in funding to build complex in Kampong Chhnang province and will now tender for developers to deploy a 60MW first batch.
Asia Clean Capital's 2MW project marks commercial launch, Myanmar's 'tremendous' solar resources, distributed solar to win in Japan's auction future.
Thanks to “innovative business models” and the combination of PV with batteries, Japan’s “solar boom” is far from over, market expert Izumi Kaizuka of RTS PV has said.
Turkish EPC 77 Group secures loans from ADB, CFPS II for project it will build in Kandahar through public-private partnership.
BayWa r.e. divests 30.8MW Emmen project to asset manager, EBRD and GCF back 30MW project, Engie divests in Germany and the Netherlands.