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Power Purchase Agreement to lower electricity bills

Power Purchase Agreement to lower electricity bill Power Purchase Agreements   Spending over £40000 a year? A suitable roof space will secure your supply at 8p kWh for the next 25 years NO Capital investment. A Power Purchase Agreement (PPA explained) can be the answer. Contact us here to find out more. PPA SOLAR All…
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China has over-concentrated solar PV supplies

China has over-concentrated solar PV supplies The global solar PV supplies are presently massively concentrated in China, the International Energy Agency has stated. In the very first study of this kind, the agency stresses that global manufacturing capacity for solar panels has quite drastically moved out of the EU, Japan, China and the US in…
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Mr Sharma visits Turkey following solar plant investment

Mr Sharma visits Turkey following solar plant investment: Alok Sharma the COP26 President is presently visiting Turkey to count on the Glasgow Climate Pact and inspect progress on a new solar farm that the UK heavily invested in. Alok Sharma is gathering with Turkish Ministers for Environment, Climate Change and Energy throughout the trip. He…
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ACWA Power on reverse osmosis water desalination start

ACWA Power on reverse osmosis water desalination start: Current production has reached 454.6 thousand m³/day, amounting to 100 million gallons of desalinated water per day ACWA Power, the world’s largest private operator of desalinated water, owns and operates 15 desalination plants producing over 6.4 million m3/day, enough water to meet the needs of over 40…
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ACWA Power & SWPC to reconfigure Shuaibah 3

ACWA Power & SWPC to reconfigure Shuaibah 3: Restructuring of Shuaibah 3 IWPP will mitigate the impact of 45 million tons of carbon dioxide emissions a year in line with Saudi Vision 2030 New seawater reverse osmosis plant will replace Shuaibah 3 IWPP and produce 600,000 m3/day, partially powered by solar energy Water purchase agreement…
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Solar panels installations considered by the council

Solar panels installations considered by the council A council in Lincolnshire plans to expand its solar panel installation programme to tackle rising energy bills. North Kesteven District Council has seen the amount of money paid for energy double in recent months. It said it expected to pay nearly £100,000 this year, up from almost £44,000…
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Solar powered bins malfunction & left overflowing

Solar powered bins malfunction & left overflowing: A glitch has caused “smart” bins’ failure to receive and manage waste properly in Dinnington, close to Rotherham, South Yorkshire. It was stated that bins were left overflowing because of the tech malfunction. The bins are made to emit a signal when packed full. Every bin is equipped…
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Council rejects the development of massive solar farm

Council rejects the development of massive solar farm: A Hampshire local authority has voted against a plan to construct a solar farm that is equal to the size of 100 football pitches. A couple of evenings ago, the Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council Development Control Committee voted (11 to 1) to reject permission for ENSO…
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BlackRock & Mubadala invest in Tata Power Renewables

BlackRock & Mubadala invest in Tata Power Renewables: Tata Power’s renewable energy firm is getting an investment of $525m of a 10.53% stake by BlackRock Real Assets and Mubadala. Tata Power Renewables will contain 5 renewable business units of Tata Power, made up of utility scale solar, wind & hybrid generation assets, solar cell and…
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Turkey’s Coal mines to solar plants could power up to 6.9m

Turkey’s Coal mines to solar plants could power up to 6.9m: Turkey’s plans to convert half of their coal mines into solar farms could allow 6.9 million homes to be powered by renewables. This claim made by Europe Beyond Coal, would lead to a 170% increase in solar generation in Turkey. The Report made states…
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