Taiwan Has a 2MW Landfill PV Power Plant in Taipei, and a 3.87MW Rooftop PV System in Tainan

Taiwan’s new administration emphasizes strongly on solar power resource, driving the nation to think more positive toward this industry. Led by local governments, solar systems are gradually installed around the island, especially a landfill solar power plant in Taipei a.. more

Billion Watts Launches PV O&M and Monitoring Solution for Better IRR

Billion Watts Technologies, provider of PV string meter and energy management solution in Asia Pacific, unveils its’ one-stop solar PV power monitoring system – Pixel View, which can massively boost IRR through detailed strin.. more

Taipower to Develop 500MW of Solar in Taiwan by 2020

Taiwan Power Company (Taipower), a state-owned utility, is ramping up its solar PV installations in Taiwan as part of Taiwan government’s renewable energy policy, which stresses on solar energy and offshore wind power. Taipower plans to develop 500MW of solar by .. more

Gintech Inks to Supply 30MW of Mono-PERC PV Modules to CEC

Taiwan-based PV cell manufacturer, Gintech Energy, has signed a supply agreement with China Ecotek Corporation (CEC), a subsidiary of China Steel Corp. (CSC), on the very last working day of 2016, to provide 30MW of high-efficiency .. more

Neo Solar Power Receives Taiwan Excellent PV Award with Highest 302Wp Module Efficiency

Taiwan’s Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs issued "Taiwan Excellent PV Award of 2016" on December 23. Six companies received the honor: Sino-American Silicon, Tainergy, TSEC, Gintech, Neo Solar Pow.. more

November Financial Results: Despite Stronger Demand, Results Vary for Taiwanese PV Makers

After going through weak overall demand in 3Q16, the PV industry began to see rising demand in October and November. However, Taiwanese manufacturers’ financial performances didn’t seem to grow consistently according to .. more

Taiwan Power, Taiwan Water Companies Team up to Build Floating PV Plants

Taiwan’s Executive Yuan announced earlier that they will go over all the public space and find the place that’s suitable for PV installation. Meanwhile, Taiwan Power Company and Taiwan Water Company announced to coll.. more


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