Nissan LEAF on Road across Europe’s Classical Sites

The 100 percent electric Nissan LEAF has taken to the roads of Europe for an all-electric Grand Tour, travelling across Europe’s most breath-taking rural and coastal driving routes. The epic journey saw the Nissan LEAF take on s.. more

Five Chinese PV Makers Removed from EU’s Price Agreement

The European Commission (EC) keeps conducting investigations on certain Chinese PV imports to the EU, and announced to withdraw five more Chinese PV makers from the Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement, or the “price undertaking.” Ningbo OSDA .. more

Risen Energy Secures 22MW PV Module Supply in Europe

China’s Risen Energy has delivered 22MW pf PV modules to the Republic of Belarus in Europe, marking the latest fruit of entering the European market. The module delivery was conducted as part of a delivery program with LSG Group, a designer and builder of r.. more

Grid-Connected PV Installation Surpasses 100GW in Europe

The amount of grid-connected PV installation officially surpassed 100GW in Europe in 2Q16. Demand will mainly come from distributed generation in the future and the UK, France, and Germany will have the most demand. According to IH.. more

LBBW-financed Solar Park in Scandinavia Starting Operation

Approximately 60 million kWh of electricity is being generated by the biggest solar park in Scandinavia – sufficient energy to provide green power to around 30,000 private households. Situated in Lerchenborg in Denmark, the solar park has .. more

Panasonic Introduces Online Monitoring Platform for European Customers

Panasonic Eco Solutions announced a partnership with cloud platform provider ezzingSolar to deliver a new, digital solar simulation to European homeowners. Expanding on their UK-wide platform launched last year, the free and interactive &ldquo.. more

Panasonic Extends HIT Product Guarantee to 15 Years, in Europe

Panasonic’s leading PV module product, the high efficiency photovoltaic Module HIT®, will have a longer product guarantee period in Europe. The claim rate of Panasonic’s HIT® modules in the European market has remained at a level below 0.005%. S.. more


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