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October 19, 2020 Image: AES Gener Construction of the Andes Solar II-B solar+storage project, as well as the Capo Lindo wind farm has been started by AES Gener. Andes Solar II-B, the first solar plus storage project in Chile, is to be located in the Antofagasta region in the north of the country and will comprise a 180MW solar park and 112MW battery energy storage system. The solar system will include a 10MW pilot of Australian company 5B
Ho Chi Minh City-based construction company Trungnam Group said its army of laborers took just 45 days to perform site clearance for a project which took shape within 102 days. OCTOBER 15, 2020MAX HALL The site is expected to generate more than 1 GWh of solar electricity per year. Image: Trungnam Group Vietnamese construction companyTrungnam Grouphas announced the inauguration of what is thought to be the nation¡¯s biggest sol
By Jules Scully Oct 13, 2020 9:40 PM BST Image: ARENA. Australian renewable energy investment firm Providence Asset Group is to develop 39 solar farms, each of which will be paired with 30MWh of storage. The company has unveiled plans to expand into the state of Victoria with five solar operational solar farms and a further six under construction. All of the facilities will feature ¡°advanced hybrid storage technology¡±, including hydrogen storag
By Renewable Energy World Content Team 10.9.20 Great River Energy is committed to providing 50% of its power supply from renewable resources by 2030Credit: Great River Energy Today, Clean Grid Alliance (CGA), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in St. Paul, Minn., whose mission is to advance renewable energy in the Midwest, presented aLeadership and Innovation Award by a Cooperative Electric Utility to Great River Energy (GRE)during its ¡°Delivering a Renewab
German developer Next2Sun has completed a 4.1 MW solar plant built with roughly 11,000 bifacial panels provided by Chinese manufacturer Jolywood. OCTOBER 8, 2020SANDRA ENKHARDT Image: Next2Sun German solar developer Next2Sun will inaugurateanagrivoltaicproject next week in Donaueschingen-Aasen, in the southern German state of Baden-W¨¹rttemberg. The 4.1 MW solar project spans around 14 hectares. It was built with roughly