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Germany Seals $45B Coal Phaseout Deal

Hard-hit regions and utilities will be compensated for their role in Germany’s energy transition, but RWE faces more than $1B in uncovered costs. Germany’s federal and state governments agreed Thursday on the tricky terms of the country’s coal phaseout, with the total bill set to run to €40 billion ($44.6 billion) as hard-hit regions are […]

JinkoSolar Signs Agreement with COSCO to Use Port of Piraeus as a Distribution Hub for Europe

SHANGHAI, China and PIRAEUS, Greece: JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (the “Company,” or “JinkoSolar”) (NYSE: JKS), one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that the Company has signed an agreement with COSCO SHIPPING Lines (Greece) S.A. (“COSCO”) to use the Greek Port of Piraeus as a distribution hub for the shipment of its […]

Energy Density Matters – Jinko’s High Efficiency Module Tiger Already Places the Company Ahead of Competitors

  JinkoSolar’s worldwide market share has grown significantly over the past few years. Its continuous improvements in product line has reflected well into its increasing sales per quarter.  Market entry of new Tiger module launched at All Energy Australia last month, has been reviewed well with marked gains in efficiency and overall performance. 460 Wp […]

GCL-SI Supplies 150 MW Solar Modules for the Largest Solar Project in Europe

EXTREMADURA : GCLSI, a world-leading one-stop intelligent and integrated energy system provider, is scheduled to deliver 72 polycrystalline products with three varying grades of power to the Nuñez de Balboa project in December. Nuñez de Balboa is the first utility-scale solar station made by Iberdrola in Europe. The 1,000-hectare mega-facility with a capacity of 500MW […]

Europe slow to standardise electric car charging: ChargePoint

ChargePoint entered the European market in 2016, with its headquarters located in Amsterdam, joining a crowded field of oil majors, carmakers and utilities fighting to dominate the industry of electric vehicle infrastructure. BLISBON: Inconsistent requirements for charging stations across Europe are keeping the infrastructure for electric cars from growing as fast as it could, the […]