KEPCO noted it won the project from Canadian Solar in September, and will build and operate additional solar power plants across Aguascalientes and Sonora states in Mexico. (Source: KEPCO, 17 Nov., 2019) Contact: KEPCO, www.kepco.co.kr/eng; Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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The Suffield project will incorporate Canadian Solar's high efficiency BiKu bifacial solar modules that produce electricity from both sides of the solar panel as well as single-axis trackers,
As previously reported, the Suffield project received $15.3 million in funding through Natural Resources Canada's Emerging Renewable Power Program.
(Source: Canadian Solar, Others, newkerala, 18 Aug., 2019)
Contact: Centrica PLC, www.centrica.com; Canadian Solar Solutions, www.canadiansolar.com;
Direct Energy, Mike Senff, VP, (416) 758-8700, www.directenergybusiness.com
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The new HiDM panels will use a first-of-its-kind shingled module technology that can be adapted to any type of solar cell, and are 20 pct more efficient than conventional panels, according to a company statement. (Source: Canadian Solar Solutions, Renewables, 30 July, 2019) Contact: Canadian Solar Solutions, www.canadiansolar.com; NRC, Vanessa Adams, Office of the Minister of Natural Resources, (343) 543-7645, Vanessa.Adams@canada.ca, www.nrcan.gc.ca
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The plant incorporates more than 200,000 poly modules CS6U-P with an expected output of 145 GWh -- sufficient power for 20,690 local households. Canadian Solar is also providing operations and maintenance (O&M) services.
(Source: Canadian Solar, Renewables, Feb., 2019)
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The acquisition is Ullico's sixth solar sector investment. Financial details have not been disclosed.
(Source: Blackrock, Feb., 2019) Contact: BlackRock, www.blackrock.com/ca; Ullico, 202.682.0900, www.ullico.com
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Upon completion, the facility is expected to be Australia's largest solar power station. Details on construction contracts, solar supply contract, and Power Purchase Agreements are expected to be announced within days.
The project is being developed and structured by Edify Energy, which will retain an equity stake in the solar project. Construction is expected to get underway in March, 2019, and when fully operational sometime in early 2020, will displace over 600,000 tpy of CO2 and generate 685,000 MWh of electric power per year -- sufficient to power around 115,000 homes.(Source: Edify Energy, Various Media, 18 Jan., 2019) (Contact: Edify Energy, John Cole, CEO, +61 2 8790 4000, +61 2 8790 4000, email@example.com,
www.edifyenergy.com; Octopus Investments,
+44 800 316 2295,
www.octopusinvestments.com; Contact: Canadian Solar, Shawn Qu, CEO, (519) 954-2057, www.canadiansolar.com
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The Aguascalientes solar park is expected to start commercial operations by the end of the month.
Canadian Solar claims a 436 MWp late-stage pipeline with contracted PPAs in the country. (Source: Canadian Solar, PR, NASDAQ, 14, Dec., 2018) Contact: Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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The EPC projects, which are being developed for BioTherm Energy, the country's largest independent renewable energy developer, are expected to be grid-connected by the end of 2019 and early 2020, respectively. The projects will incorporate more than 400,000 Canadian Solar 1500V high voltage modules installed on single-axis solar tracking systems.
(Source: Canadian Solar, Zacks, 30 Aug., 2018)
Contact: BioTherm Energy, www.biothermenergy.com; Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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Omega's 50 pct stake was valued at $283.6 million, subject to certain conditions and final financing disbursements.
Pirapora is the largest pv solar site in operation in Brazil with an installed capacity of 321 MW.
Pirapora will be Omega's first solar investment and, after completion of the transaction, solar energy will account for 25 pct of the Company's installed capacity, while wind and hydroelectric power will represent 62 pct and 13 pct, respectively. (Source: Omega Geracao, Renewable Energy, 15 Aug., 2018) Contact: Omega Geracao, www.omegageracao.com.br; EDF Renewables – Brazil, + 55 21 3993 7650, www.edf-energies-nouvelles.com
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Solargise said the selected site for the project requires access to 550 MW of power and be located close to a railway and a port and research universities. If the identified location is in Quebec, Solargise will move its research facilities from Europe to Montreal, it said.
The UK parent company is primarily active in developing gigawatt-scale solar plants in India. (Source: Solargise Canada, Renewables Now, July, 2018)
Contact: Solargise Canada, www.solargise.world/team.html
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KEPCO's acquisitions, which include the Astoria (100 MWac/131 MWp), Astoria 2 (75 MWac/100 MWp) and the Barren Ridge project (60 MWac/78 MWp) in Southern California, all came online in 2016 and have signed long-tern PPAs in place. The acquisitions are KEPCO's largest US solar investments to date. (Source: Canadian Solar, Zacks, NAZDAQ, 14 Mar., 2018)
Contact: KEPCO, www.kepco.co.kr/eng;
Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com; Recurrent Energy, (415) 675-1500, http://recurrentenergy.com
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Canadian Solar has more than 700 MW under operation and 1.2 GW contracted worldwide, according to its website.
(Source: Canadian Solar, Various Media, Renewables Now, 12 Mar., 2018) Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, (519) 954-2057, www.canadiansolar.com
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The lawsuit, which was filed at the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York on Wednesday, claims that an investigation last year by the International Trade Commission found Canadian products do not significantly hurt U.S. manufacturers nor account for much of the overall imports of solar cells into the U.S. and that the imposition of the tariffs is contrary to the NAFTa agreement. NAFTA.
The legal action contends that the tariffs, which the U.S. administration says were imposed to put American companies and jobs first, will inflict immediate, severe, and irreversible injuries to the companies.
The tariffs have also been challenged by the EU, China, South Korea, and Taiwan at the World Trade Organization.
(Source: thestar.com, Various Media, Feb., 2018)
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The portfolio includes 24 facilities across the UK, most of which are accredited under the Renewables Obligation Certificate (ROC) regime, getting between 1.2 and 1.4 ROCs per MWh, with seven accredited under the feed-in tariff (FiT) regime.
With the acquisition, Greencoat Capital presently manages 470 MW of solar capacity in the UK. (Source: Greencoat Capital,Greencoat Capital, Renewables, 21 Feb., 2018) Contact: Greencoat Renewables, Paul O'Donnell, Partner, www.greencoat-capital.com; Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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The 5 solar projects include a 316-MWp PV park in Gunning, solely owned by Photon Energy, and four projects that Photon developed in partnership with Polpo Investment -- 178 MW in Mumbil, 165 MWp in Gunnedah, 286 MWp in Suntop and 196 MWp in Maryvale.
Financial details of the transaction have not been released.
(Source: Photon Energy, Canadian Solar, Others, Jan 28, 2018)
Contact: Photon Energy Australia, www.photonenergy.com.au; Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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Canadian Solar has a EPC contract to complete the construction of the Oakey 2 Solar Farm as well as a 2 year O&M services contractfor the Oakey 2 Solar Farm which is expected to begin commercial operation in November 2018. Once operational, the project will generate approximately 138,800 MWh of clean solar power per year powering over 23,000 homes in Queensland.(Source: Canadian Solar Inc., PR, 2 Jan., 2018)Contact: Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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Canadian Solar will develop and build three projects that will sell power to the Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) under a 15-year Power Purchase Agreement for energy and 20-year for Clean Energy Certificates (CELs) at an average price of $21/MWh. The projects are expected to be connected to the grid in mid-June, 2020.
(Source: Canadian Solar,PR, StreetInsider, 27 Nov., 2017) Contact: Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com
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The following are the top 13 renewable energy companies in the world, according to Thomson Reuters' inaugural Energy 100 list:
Canadian Solar, Crop Energies, First Solar, GCL Poly, Guodian Technology and Environment Group, Green Plains, Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, Inox Wind,
Jiangsu Akcome Science & Technology Co.,
Motech Industries Inc.,
Pacific Ethanol, and
Renewable Energy Group Inc
(Source: IEA, Business Insider, 19 Nov., 2017)
Contact: IEA, Fatih Birol, Exec. Dir., +33 1 40 57 65 00, www.iea.org
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Both Oakey 1 and Longreach have been funded to date by equity from Canadian Solar, grants from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) , and senior debt from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) and Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ.
(Source: Canadian Solar Inc., PR, 16 Oct., 2017) Contact: Canadian Solar, Dr. Shawn Qu, CEO, www.canadiansolar.com; Foresight Group, www.foresightgroup.com
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Peninsula Clean Energy is the official power supplier of San Mateo County, CA. It provides customers the choice of receiving electricity from clean, renewable sources at competitive rates. Customers can choose from its ECOplus option which is 50 pct renewable and 75 pct greenhouse gas emissions free or ECO100 option that is 100 pct renewable and 100 pct greenhouse gas emissions free.
(Source: Canadian Solar, Nasdaq, 14 Spet., 2017)
Contact: Recurrent Energy, (415) 675-1500, http://recurrentenergy.com; Canadian Solar, (519) 837-1881, www.canadiansolar.com; Peninsula Clean Energy, www.peninsulacleanenergy.com
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JA Solar ended 2016 with an in-house annual ingot/wafer manufacturing capacity of 2.5GW, up from 1GW in 2015. In-house solar cell capacity reached 5.5GW, up from 3.6GW at the end of 2015 and in-house PV module capacity also reached 5.5GW at the end of 2016, up from 3.6GW, according to a statement.
In 2017, JA Solar will add 500MW of ingot/wafer production capacity to reach 3GW and 1.5GW of solar cell capacity to reach an in-house production level of 7GW by the year end. The company notes that its 1.2GW Malaysian solar cell facility, which had predominantly produced P-type multi cells, will shift around two thirds of capacity to P-type mono-PERC cells in 2017.
The Silicon Module Super League (SMSL) is a group of big-six c-Si module suppliers in the modern solar PV industry. The "big six" industry group members were Canadian Solar, Hanwha Q CELLS, JA Solar, Jinko Solar, and Trina Solar. Yingli Green, the world's largest solar monocrystalline silicon manufacturer and GCL , the world's largest solar poly crystalline silicon manufacturer, both joined the SMSL in mid-2016
(Source: JA Solar, PV Tech, 20 Mar., 2017)Contact: JA Solar, www.jasolar.com
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