Latin America will be getting its first combined CSP–PV solar power plant. Naturally, it will be in hot solar market Chile.
SunExchange & Powerhive partnered to bring solar power to 175,000 Kenyans.
Japan’s TEPCO announced it is aiming to develop 6–7 GW of renewable power to move away from nuclear.
Portugal will be getting 31 new solar power plants totaling 1 GW of capacity by 2021.
India’s largest solar power tender to date, meanwhile, landed the lowest solar bids in the country to date. Acme Solar placed the lowest bid, Rs 2.44/kWh (3.55¢/kWh), and Azure Power secured a contract at Rs 2.53/kWh (3.69¢/kWh). Read More
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