Category Archives: Solar

Orsted Proposes “3R” Wind Turbine Recycling to Prevent Decommissioned Blades from Entering Landfills

published: 2021-06-21 9:30 | editor | category: News
Major Danish offshore wind power supplier Orsted is dedicated in resolving the difficult recycling of wind turbine blades, and has recently proposed a 3R vision, where all decommissioned wind turbine blades will be reused, recycled, and recovered. The company believes that it is responsible for seeking recycling solutions for wind turbine blades.  ...  more

Samsung SDI Plans to Mass Produce All-Solid-State Batteries in 2027

published: 2021-06-17 9:30 | editor | category: News
According to reporting by BusinessKorea and other news agencies, Samsung SDI, which is the battery manufacturing subsidiary of Samsung, announced on May 25 that it will begin developing large-sized, all-solid-state battery cells in 2025 and have prototypes ready by the end of the same year. Furthermore, the mass production of all-solid-state cells is scheduled for 2027. ...  more

California to Establish Offshore Wind Farms with a Potential Capacity of 4.6GW in Two Waters

published: 2021-06-16 9:30 | editor | category: News
The 7 offshore wind farms planned by the US are located at the East Coast in Atlantic Ocean, and now new offshore wind farms will also be seen in the West Coast. The US Federal Government and the Government of California have targeted at two waters, and will be implementing floating offshore wind power vigorously to allow relevant set up at the coast of California that has a deeper depth.  ...  more

Trina Solar’s New Production Plant in Vietnam Enters Operation

published: 2021-06-16 9:30 | editor | category: News
Trina Solar’s new production plant in Thái Nguyên, Vietnam, officially entered operation and produced its first batch of PV modules in late May. Spanning an area of 17ha, the plant is capable of producing 3GW of PV cells and 4.5GW of PV modules annually. In terms of value, the plant is projected to generate US$1.2 billion annually. ...  more