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  • Atlas Secures Funding For Brazil's 359 Megawatt Solar Project
    May 08, 2021 Atlas Secures Funding For Brazil's 359 Megawatt Solar Project
    Atlas Renewable Energy said today that the company has received US$150 million (approximately 124.3 million euros) in financing for the construction of its 359-megawatt Lar do Sol-Casablanca solar project in Brazil. The company has obtained loans from IDB Invest, including two funds it manages and the Norwegian DNB bank ASA. Once the Casablanca Photovoltaic (PV) power plant is put into operation, it will be the largest power purchase agreement (PPA) signed with a Brazilian private contractor for the mining multinational company Anglo-American in Minas Gerais. The business provides 805 GWh of electricity. Atlas calculated that the output of the solar farm would be enough to provide electricity to 390,000 local households each year and offset the annual carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions of 50,000 tons. Atlas, focusing on Latin America, currently has a 2.2 GW contracted project portfolio and plans to add another 4 GW in the next few years. (USD 1.0 = EUR 0.829)
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  • Huge Investment Gap, India's 175GW Renewable Energy Target Becomes More Difficult
    Apr 02, 2021 Huge Investment Gap, India's 175GW Renewable Energy Target Becomes More Difficult
    According to data shared by the Indian Ministry of New Energy and Renewable Energy (MNRE) and the Standing Committee on Energy of the Parliament, in order to achieve the goal of 175 gigawatts (GW) of renewable energy capacity, India needs 2.6 trillion yuan from now to the end of December 2022 Rupee investment. This means that the country must increase its annual expenditure on renewable energy projects to approximately 1.3 trillion rupees in the two calendar years of 2021 and 2022. However, this is a far cry from the average annual investment of Rs 823 billion that has been completed in the past five years. At present, India’s installed renewable energy capacity is 87 GW, and the capacity being implemented is about 30 GW. In other words, India needs 58 GW to complete the above goal. According to the report, “the capital requirement for 58 GW capacity is approximately 2.6 trillion rupees, which is calculated at a cost of 45 million rupees per megawatt. In the next two to three years, debt financing will require 1.827 trillion rupees, and equity financing will be Rs 7,830 crore.” However, it added that the cost of wind and solar technology is expected to be further reduced in the future. According to statistics, from the 2010-11 fiscal year to the 2019-20 fiscal year, India's renewable energy sector received foreign direct investment FDI totaling 8.407 billion U.S. dollars. Among them, in the 2018-2019 fiscal year, renewable energy FDI reached 1.446 billion U.S. dollars, the highest in this decade, followed by the 2019-20 fiscal year, which received FDI 1.393 billion U.S. dollars. In addition, renewable energy sources that received more than US$1 billion in FDI in the fiscal year include the 2012-13 fiscal year, which received an investment of 1.1 billion US dollars, and the 2017-18 fiscal year, which received an investment of 1.2 billion US dollars. According to the report, the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA) is the only public sector financial institution that provides financing for renewable energy projects and must be prepared to take on additional responsibilities and provide funding for the installation of renewable energy projects. It said: “Therefore, the committee recommends that the ministry mobilize more long-term financing and concessional loans through multilateral and bilateral agencies as much as possible.” According to the report, as of June 2020, out of 87 GW of installed renewable energy projects, IREDA has provided 229 projects with loans of Rs 25,92.26 crore, totaling 11,830.69 MW. This information is reproduced from other websites on the Internet, and the content of the article is for reference only.
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  • 2020 Will Solar Panels Get Cheaper?
    Aug 14, 2020 2020 Will Solar Panels Get Cheaper?
    The price of solar panel has dropped a lot since 2020, but will it continue to get cheaper? Although global demand is be affected to some extent by the epidemic in 2020, according to data such as component exports, global demand is still expected to remain at around 80GW. It is estimated that the global new installed photovoltaic capacity will reach about 125GW in 2020, a year-on-year increase of about 9%. The continued improvement in downstream installed capacity is expected to drive the overall price increase in the industry chain. In the context of demand release, the general price rises of the photovoltaic industry chain is a high probability event. The prices of silicon materials, silicon wafers and solar cells have begun to rise, and the price increase of modules should be advanced. So the price is increasing at the moment.
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  • 10KW ON-GRID System Mono Panel Project
    Mar 20, 2020 10KW ON-GRID System Mono Panel Project
    We specializing in R&D, manufacture, system integration, sales and service. Products include Solar panel, Solar System, Solar Inverter, Solar Panel Cleaning Machine, etc. Our Solar PV Module factory covers 90,000 square meters, has more than 500 employees. With an emphasis on management, research and development, continuously manufactures leading-edge products. The modules range from 5W~520W and are approved by CE, TUV, UL, IEC61215, IEC61730, CSA,CEC, JET.
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  • 20MW ON-GRID System Poly Panel Project
    Mar 20, 2020 20MW ON-GRID System Poly Panel Project
    With excellent quality and good reputation , Solar Panel, Solar Cleaning Machine and Solar Energy System has been exported to more 100 different countries in the worldwide, especially to Poland, Germany, UK, Sweden, Thailand and Japan. Our Solar Inverter, Controller and Pump factory covers 11,000 square meters, has more than 700 employees. Inverters include on-grid, off-grid and hybrid types, Controllers include PWM, and MPPT types, and pumps with DC and AC submersible and surface types. All types are approved by CE, UL.
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  • What's GROWTT New Models in 2020
    Apr 07, 2020 What's GROWTT New Models in 2020
    Model Rated AC Output power MIN 2500TL-X/XE/XH 2500w MIN 3000TL-X/XE/XH 3000w MIN 3600TL-X/XE/XH 3600w MIN 4200TL-X/XE/XH 4200w MIN 4600TL-X/XE/XH 4600w MIN 5000TL-X/XE/XH 5000w MIN 6000TL-X/XE/XH 6000w APPLICATION SIMPLE AND EASY TO USE Touch key and OLED display Type II SPD on DC side Support export control EFFICIENT POWER GENERATION Max. efficiency 98.4% DC/AC ratio upto 1.4 Dual MPP trackers STRONG ADAPTABILITY Battery ready(XH) interface extend to storage system at anytime you want +IoT make your energy smarter
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