Forrest lands industrial park off-grid contract

Commercial PV contractor Forrest has landed the highly sought-after tender to help a Cumbrian industrial park go off-grid.

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Sterling & Wilson starts work on 54MW solar project in Zambia

Indian-based solar EPC firm Sterling & Wilson has started construction on a 54MW PV project in Kafue District, Zambia.

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US Army invests in 1MW energy storage system for 10MW PV plant at military post in Alabama

PV energy provider SunPower announced Wednesday that it has broken ground on a 10MW PV project at the Redstone Arsenal US Army post in Alabama that will also feature a 1MW energy storage system.

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US Army invests in 1MW energy storage system at military post in Alabama

PV energy provider SunPower announced Wednesday that it has broken ground on a 10MW PV project at the Redstone Arsenal US Army post in Alabama that will also feature a 1MW energy storage system.

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Solar Philippines working on Asia’s ‘largest solar, diesel, battery micro-grid’ without subsidies

Filipino renewable energy firm Solar Philippines is developing an off-grid solar, battery and diesel micro-grid in the Philippines that could be the largest of its kind in Asia, according to the company head.

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President Duterte inaugurates expanded 800MW Philippines solar module factory

Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte today inaugurated the Philippines first solar module manufacturing facility with an expanded capacity of 800MW at Santo Tomas, Batangas, owned by renewable energy firm Solar Philippines.

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S&C, Ameren hold successful 24-hour islanding test on microgrid system

Utility company Ameren and smart grid company S&C Electric Company announced that they have conducted a successful 24-hour islanding test in August at the recently deployed Ameren microgrid in Champaign, Illinois.

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Karnatakan 200MW solar EPC tender withdrawn

Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Limited. (KREDL) has cancelled a 200MW solar PV tender, due to what it called “unavoidable circumstances”.

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Expanded 15MWh German battery park demonstrates successful black start

Europe’s ‘first commercial battery park’, a 5MWh lithium-ion battery system that was recently tripled in size to 15MWh, has been used to successfully restart a disconnected power grid in Germany.

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Australia’s Northern Territory deploys 2MWh battery for indigenous community

The latest phase of a AUS$55 million (US$43.8 million) programme giving remote communities in Australia’s Northern Territory reliable and clean power will see a 2MWh battery installed and paired with more than 3,000 solar PV panels.

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Australia’s Northern Territory deploys 2MWh battery for indigenous community

The latest phase of a AUS$55 million (US$43.8 million) programme giving remote communities in Australia’s Northern Territory reliable and clean power will see a 2MWh battery installed and paired with more than 3,000 solar PV panels.

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