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Solar PV tracker market to add additional 102GW in global energy mix by 2024

Solar PV market will record a 39% growth between 2019 and 2024 owing to increased investments in renewable energy, says Technavio.
Palestine Solar

Palestine’s West Bank to gain rooftop solar thanks to funding boost

IFC and Massader signed a loan agreement to finance the construction of hundreds of rooftop solar power projects across the West Bank, Palestine.
Greece solar auction

Greece opens second renewable energy auction

Greece’s energy regulator, RAE, has announced the country’s second renewable energy auction for wind and solar power.
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JinkoSolar remains leading global solar PV exporter in 2019

JinkoSolar topped the 2019 ranking with 14.2GW of PV modules compared to the second-ranked JA Solar’s 10.3GW.
California community solar

Canadian Solar signs 1.2GW PV supply contract with Lightsource BP

Canadian Solar has announced a multi-year module supply agreement with Lightsource BP to deliver 1.2 GW of high efficiency polycrystalline solar modules for projects in the US and Australia.
bangladesh

Metito, JinkoSolar and partners win contract for Bangladeshi solar

The Government of Bangladesh has awarded the Rangunia 55-megawatts electric (MW) AC grid-tied solar power plant project to a Consortium led by Metito Group together with Jinko Power and AlJomaih Group.
Fonroche

Global leader in solar public lighting, Fonroche sets sights on Asia

Building on its strong presence in Africa and on the American continent, Fonroche Lighting, the global leader in solar lighting solutions, is expanding its business development to Asia Fonroche Lighting has confirmed its involvement...

Walmart sues Tesla – claims solar panels caused fires at 7 stores

US retail mega-chain Walmart has filed a lawsuit against Tesla, with accusations of “gross negligence and failure” and alleging the solar giant’s panels, installed at almost 250 stores in the US, were responsible for fires at several of its branches.
facial recognition

Ed’s note: Facial recognition causing headaches in Australia

A story from Australia made me look twice and then... again. The headline in the Sydney Morning Herald read: "Smart Energy Council calls for State to abandon facial recognition.” I had to know more…
hydrogen electrolysis

Solar-driven hydrogen electrolysis facility, a first for Middle East

DEWA has broken ground on the first solar-driven hydrogen electrolysis facility in the Middle East and North Africa.

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