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BGR Energy to tie-up with German co for solar entry
October 2011
The company is close to finalising a deal to get into the solar power industry with Flagsol GmbH, a subsidiary of Solar Millennium of Germany. It is learnt that the Indian partner will hold a 60 per cent stake in the joint venture that will be created. For starters, the joint venture is looking at setting up a 50 MW concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Rajasthan.
Surge in Germany’s RE drives down prices
October 2011
A surge in renewable energy in Germany is pushing power prices for 2013 below next year’s level even as natural gas, coal and emissions rise. Electricity for 2013 was 75 euro cents ($1.03) a megawatt- hour cheaper than next year’s contract yesterday after the gap widened to as much as1.25 euros at the start of last week, broker prices on Bloomberg show.
Samsung SDI sees $70 bn solar cell market by 2020
October 2011
South Korea’s Samsung SDI said that it expects the global solar cell market to be worth $70 billion by 2020, more than double last year’s $30 billion with falling prices and government support expected to drive demand globally. A company spokesperson said that a growing aversion to nuclear power after the radiation crisis in Japan and rising oil prices would lift demand for solar energy.
Solar cables
October 2011
Thanks to the solar industry, India is being recognised and on the global map of renewable energy (RE). In the past five years, the country’s renewable capacity has increased at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.18 percent, which is much faster than any other fuel source.
Rolls-Royce acquires R Brooks Associates
October 2011
The global power systems company has announced the acquisition of R Brooks Associates, a leading specialist civil nuclear reactor services business in the United States. It has 50-years expertise in developing technically-advanced inspection, repair and refurbishment solutions for operational reactors.
BGR Energy to tie-up with German co for solar entry
October 2011
The company is close to finalising a deal to get into the solar power industry with Flagsol GmbH, a subsidiary of Solar Millennium of Germany. It is learnt that the Indian partner will hold a 60 per cent stake in the joint venture that will be created. For starters, the joint venture is looking at setting up a 50 MW concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in Rajasthan.
Solar cables
October 2011
Thanks to the solar industry, India is being recognised and on the global map of renewable energy (RE). In the past five years, the country’s renewable capacity has increased at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.18 percent, which is much faster than any other fuel source.
Surge in Germany’s RE drives down prices
October 2011
A surge in renewable energy in Germany is pushing power prices for 2013 below next year’s level even as natural gas, coal and emissions rise. Electricity for 2013 was 75 euro cents ($1.03) a megawatt- hour cheaper than next year’s contract yesterday after the gap widened to as much as1.25 euros at the start of last week, broker prices on Bloomberg show.
We have 54 per cent of Australia's wind power
September 2011
The Australian Trade Commission in association with Welingkar Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai, organised a lecture to be presented by Mike Rann, MP and Premiere of South Australia, based on the theme of 'Leadership in a carbon-constrained economy'.
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