Renewables

Saudi Arabia issues REQ for 400MW wind power project

Saudi windSaudi Arabia has issued the request for qualification (REQ) to build a 400MW wind power project in Dumat Al Jandal, situated in the Al Jouf region, thus taking the first step to start a competitive bidding process for the project

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Aggreko acquires Younicos for green energy future

AggercoScottish temporary power firm Aggreko announced the takeover of German-US based Younicos, a move that is aimed at reducing the energy cost to Aggerko’s customers and bringing about a reliable and green power to the international market

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Opinion Edit: ‘Solar power is the path to a sustainable future’

DEWA altayerBetween 11 am and 2 pm on 11 March, utility-scale solar generation in the territory of the California Independent System Operator (CAISO) accounted for almost 40 per cent of net grid power produced and on 26 May at lunchtime, solar power accounted for almost 25 per cent of electricity generated in the UK, exceeding the combined output of the country’s eight nuclear power stations. When wind, biomass and hydro were added, almost 40 per cent of UK electricity came from renewable energy on that sunny spring day

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Panasonic HIT solar module achieves world’s highest output temperature coefficient

Karasawa1Panasonic has announced that it has once again achieved the highest efficiency of solar panels with a temperature coefficient of -0.258 per cent per ºC – world’s highest level for a mass-produced solar panel

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‘MEA’s new wind power capacity set to rise 40 GW by 2026’

MAKE ConMAKE Consulting recently revealed that the wind power capacity in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region amounted to 676MW in 2016, as compared to 682MW in 2015, but has also forecasted the region’s capacity to install nearly 40 GW of new wind power capacity from 2017 to 2026

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