Asia green energy

UAE Set to Double Its Renewable Energy Portfolio in 10 Years

published 2020 年 01 月 16 日 10:00
The United Arab Emirates is the rising star of clean energy in the region. Abu Dhabi’s solar power supply can cover around ~6% of the emirate’s demand for electricity in summer and 16% in winter currently. The Noor Abu Dhabi solar power plant (1,177MW), which is considered as the single largest solar farm on earth, has started its commercial operation since July 2019. ...  more

Midsummer Secures Second Flex CIGS Sputter Tool Order From Asia

published 2016 年 05 月 11 日 17:11
Midsummer, a Sweden-based thin-film production equipment company, has won a second ‘DUO’ flexible CIGS thin-film solar cell sputtering tool order from an existing customer based in Asia.   “We have again shown that we are the lead...  more

Conergy Signs to Devleop 231MW of Solar in Asia

published 2015 年 10 月 19 日 19:13
Conergy announces 231 MW of new solar project contracts signed in Southeast Asia, bringing the company to a total of 400 MW. The new projects will be distributed in the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia. Over 200MW of the lates...  more

Record-year for Asian PV Markets in 2013: EPIA

published 2014 年 03 月 10 日 11:25
With at least 37 GW of newly-added capacity globally, 2013 was another record-year for PV installations. The internationalisation trend of PV markets already observed in 2012 accentuated in 2013, with Asia taking the lead over Eur...  more

POWER-GEN Asia 2014

published 2014 年 01 月 09 日 18:21
  POWER-GEN Asia, co-located with Renewable Energy World Asia, is the region’s leading event dedicated to the power generation and transmission and distribution industries.Date: 10-12 September 2014 Location: KLCC, KUALA LUMPUR, ...  more

PVforum 2013 Report is Available for Downloading

published 2013 年 12 月 20 日 18:02
As more countries continually introduce subsidy policies for PV plants, the PV market has become an important target for global investment. The title of PVforum 2013 was “Market Status and Future Development for Solar Power Plants...  more