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Huawei And BayWa r.e. Extend Their Partnership to Support Thai Renewables Growth

BANGKOK :  Huawei and BayWa r.e. have extended their partnership agreement following two years of successful collaboration, to continue to provide premium solar products and solutions in Thailand. Since 2019, BayWa r.e. – a leading solar product distributor – has been Huawei’s partner in sales, distribution, and a Certified Service Partner. During 2020, the […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

KAB Secures RM11.4 Mil Solar Projects in Thailand

PETALING JAYA: Kejuruteraan Asastera Bhd (KAB), an electrical and mechanical engineering services provider, has expanded its presence in Thailand to provide installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in the country. In a statement yesterday, KAB said it recently secured four new projects with a combined installed capacity of 3, 912-kilowatt peak solar PV systems under […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

Electric-Powered Silent 60 Catamaran Packs 42 Solar Panels and a Giant Kite Wing

Eco-friendly watercraft seem to be the hottest new thing, and Silent Yachts’ solar-powered mobility alternatives are already becoming popular among boat enthusiasts. Recently, the Austrian-based builder unveiled its latest addition to its green fleet of catamarans. Dubbed the Silent 60, this watercraft packs some solid solar power and an automatic towing kite. Recently launched in […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

Japan’s Sharp to Install 5-MW Rooftop Solar Array in Thailand

Sharp Energy Solutions Corporation (SESJ), part of Sharp Corp (TYO:6753), announced today it will install a 4.99-MW direct current (DC) rooftop solar power array in Thailand. The photovoltaic (PV) system will be built on top of a passenger vehicle tire plant in Nakhon Pathom province that is owned by Thai tire manufacturer Deestone Group. SESJ […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

This Innovative New Solar-Powered Catamaran Uses a Giant Kite for Even More Speed

The new appendage allows the boat to travel up to 5 knots faster. It looks like kites are taking off in the marine industry. Silent Yachts, whose solar-powered fleet continues to grow apace, has just unveiled a new catamaran that uses a giant kite to generate even more power and speed. The solar-electric vessel is […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

This Hybrid Hydro-Solar Power Venture Could Shape the Future of Thailand

Thailand is creating one the world’s biggest floating hydro-solar hybrid projects on the surface of a dam, which is close to completion. The state-run Electricity Generation Authority of Thailand (EGAT) aims to replicate this at eight more dams over the next 16 years.Head of the initiative Chanin Saleechan has said this could generate 2,725 megawatts […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

How East Asia’s Diverse Markets are Fueling Renewables Development

RECAI 57: policy and capital market activity are aligning as East Asian markets attempt to address power demand growth and climate concerns. A strong outlook for power demand and growing concerns about climate change are the common themes that link many of the diverse power markets of East Asia. The region has a robust pipeline […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

Hitachi ABB Power Grids’ Battery Storage to be Used at 214 MW Industrial Microgrid in Thailand

Hitachi president and CEO Toshiaki Higashihara, who this week was also named company executive chairman. Image: Hitachi, Ltd. Battery energy storage system (BESS) and controls technology will be provided to a “smart industrial park” project in Thailand by Hitachi ABB Power Grids. In what has been described as the country’s largest private microgrid to date, […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

India Launches Probe Against China, Thailand and Vietnam

Solar cells are the basic ingredient used in the manufacturing of solar modules and Chinese products are 15-20% cheaper than their Indian counterparts. The commerce ministry has initiated an anti-dumping investigation against the import of solar cells from China, Thailand and Vietnam. The investigation was triggered by an application by the Indian Solar Manufacturers’ Association […]

Australia Rejects $36 Billion Wind, Solar, Hydrogen Project

Initiation of Anti-Dumping Investigation Concerning Imports of Solar Cells

Initiation of Anti-Dumping Investigation concerning imports of ―SOLAR CELLS WHETHER OR NOT ASSEMBLED INTO MODULES OR PANELS originating in or exported from China PR, Thailand and Vietnam M/s. Indian Solar Manufacturers Association (hereinafter also referred to as „ISMA‟ or the „applicant‟), on behalf of (i) M/s. Mundra Solar PV Limited, a unit in a Special […]

GoodWe’s New Manufacturing Facility to Boost Production Capacity to one Million Units Per Year