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  • Work begins on 250 MW/250 MWh grid-forming battery in Australia
    Nov 30 , 2021 Work begins on 250 MW/250 MWh grid-forming battery in Australia
    Work begins on 250 MW/250 MWh grid-forming battery in Australia Under construction by Australian utility AGL, the 250 MW/250 MWh battery is the largest planned grid-forming battery in the world. NOVEMBER 30, 2021 BELLA PEACOCK MARKETS  UTILITY SCALE STORAGE  AUSTRALIA  An artist's impression of the battery energy storage system AGL has planned for its Torren Island site. Image:...
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  • Land-constrained Japan sees utility scale solar reach 1,185m altitude
    Nov 11 , 2021 Land-constrained Japan sees utility scale solar reach 1,185m altitude
    Land-constrained Japan sees utility scale solar reach 1,185m altitude A 37 MW solar plant was built in Japan’s mountainous eastern Nagano prefecture. The project was developed by Singapore-based Vena Energy and constructed by Japanese contractor Airu. NOVEMBER 10, 2021 EMILIANO BELLINI UTILITY SCALE PV JAPAN The solar plant is relying on bifacial panels. Image: Airu Land-constrained Japan is ...
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  • The weekend read: Powerful equation to expand C&I solar
    Oct 16 , 2021 The weekend read: Powerful equation to expand C&I solar
    The weekend read: Powerful equation to expand C&I solar Big rooftop PV systems on factories, warehouses and public buildings need not be limited by ownership issues nor local grid capacity, claims Australian innovator EleXsys Energy. The company is maxing out an Ikea in Adelaide, Australia, with solar and storage. And it claims its smart technology can allow the same to be done elsewhere. OCTO...
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  • New mounting system for rooftop PV, from Austria
    Oct 11 , 2021 New mounting system for rooftop PV, from Austria
    The mounting structure relies on a 5.8m long support rail that does not lie on the roof but is connected directly to a purlin placed below with self-drilling support screws. ·COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PV ·MODULES & UPSTREAM MANUFACTURING ·RESIDENTIAL PV ·TECHNOLOGY AND R&D ·AUSTRIA The carrier rail is connected directly to the purlin below with self-drilling support screws. Image: Aeroco...
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  • Impact of increasing PV module prices on Indian market
    Oct 11 , 2021 Impact of increasing PV module prices on Indian market
    Modules account for a huge percentage of a project’s total costs, and given that independent power providers have lower margins in the Indian solar energy sector, even a small increase in module pricing can put them under more strain. · MARKETS · MODULES & UPSTREAM MANUFACTURING · UTILITY SCALE PV · INDIA Image: AC Energy From pv magazine India India aims to develop the world’s largest clean e...
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  • The world’s first large scale hybrid hydro-floating solar power plant
    Sep 13 , 2021 The world’s first large scale hybrid hydro-floating solar power plant
    A Norwegian consortium led by Scatec is planning to build a hybrid hydropower-floating PV plant at an unspecified location in West Africa. Building both facilities simultaneously will help its developers define a series of parameters for proper sizing, optimization and design, and set a benchmark for future projects of this kind. · TECHNOLOGY AND R&D · UTILITY SCALE PV · UTILITY SCALE STORAGE ...
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  • Solar in uncommon spaces
    Sep 08 , 2021 Solar in uncommon spaces
    With land-use concerns on the rise, large-scale solar projects are increasingly being built on everything from landfill sites to water reservoirs. Here’s an overview of the state of the art. · COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL PV · TECHNOLOGY AND R&D · UTILITY SCALE PV · UNITED STATES Image: Image: NREL/Dennis Schroeder From pv magazine USA Solar is at the forefront of climate mitigation efforts, bu...
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  • The weekend read: Will Lebanon’s solar rise?
    Sep 05 , 2021 The weekend read: Will Lebanon’s solar rise?
    A year after a sudden explosion in Beirut killed more than 200 people, destroying solar installations in the port and sending the country into a complete downfall, a question emerges: Can Lebanon use this experience to set its economy on a new sustainable pathway, supported by a viable energy sector? Solar energy offers some lessons. HIGHLIGHTS MARKETS LEBANON Lebanon had around 90 MW of PV instal...
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