Viewing Decentralized Energy Sources As ‘Harder To Target’ In Its War Against Russian Aggression, Ukraine’s DTEK Wants To Restart Solar & Wind Farms Construction
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2023
As it continues to fight Russian aggression on its soil, Ukraine’s largest private energy investor DTEK says it is in discussions with renewables developers to restart construction of various solar and wind power plants in the country since decentr.
Russia’s Hevel Group Upgrades Production Line To M6 Wafer Size, Solderable Busbar Cells & Switches Over To Bifacial Module Production Entirely
Thursday, 01 Dec 2022
Russian solar cell and modules manufacturer Hevel Group’s 350 MW annual production facility is upgraded to handle larger M6 wafer sizes and solderable metallization layout.
Monday, 04 Jul 2022
A 115.6 MW solar PV plant of Finland’s Fortum, in Russia’s Kalmykia has become operational as the ‘largest’ solar power generation facility in the country, according to the national Russian Association for the Development of Renewable Energy (ARVE).
Thursday, 02 Jun 2022
Amidst its ongoing war against Ukraine, Russia has decided not to hold renewable energy auctions in the country this year and via a decree has announced May 1, 2023 as the next date, according to the Association for the Development of Renewable Energy (ARVE).
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2022
Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) and Germany’s E.ON have entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to deliver up to 5 million tons of green hydrogen (GH2) to Europe by 2030 with an aim to become the largest green renewable hydrogen supplier and distributor to the continent.
Czech Industry Ministry Invites PV Projects For CRW 4 Billion Funding To Minimize Energy Dependence from Russia
Tuesday, 15 Mar 2022
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MIT) in the Czech Republic, has launched a call inviting solar PV projects of up to 1 MW capacity, to apply for state support from a total of CRW 4.0 billion ($177 million), a step to support efforts to reduce its energy dependence on Russia.
Friday, 11 Mar 2022
In order to ensure gas and oil independent heat supply and become climate-neutral by 2030, the Austrian State of Burgenland will accelerate the expansion of wind and solar, targeting its PV capacity to reach 3.2 GW.
EU Stresses On RE To Become Independent Of Russian Gas Supply Before 2030; SPE Criticizes Commission’s Low Solar Ambition
Thursday, 10 Mar 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is acting as a trigger for the European Union (EU) to figure out ways to become independent of Russian gas supply before 2030, for which it has now outlined a plan that also incorporates measures to bring down rising e.
Saturday, 05 Mar 2022
Faster deployment of new wind & solar energy projects in the European Union (EU) in 2022 among other measures that need to be implemented within this year could bring down the block’s reliance on gas imports from Russia by over 1/3rd, says the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Russian Energy Regulator JSC ATS Announces September 9, 2021 Renewable Energy Auction Results; Selects 775 MW Solar PV Capacity
Wednesday, 22 Sep 2021
Results of the Russian renewable energy auction conducted by the national energy regulator JSC ATS on September 9, 2021 are out and a total of 774.8 MW (rounded up to 775 MW) solar PV capacity has made the cut.
Russia Gearing Up To Launch 6.7 GW Renewable Energy Tender With 4.1 GW Wind & 2.4 GW Solar PV Capacity In September 2021: RAWI
Friday, 27 Aug 2021
The Russian Energy Agency (REA) has plans to launch a renewable energy tender with a combined capacity of 6.7 GW, divided into 4.1 GW for wind, 2.4 GW for solar PV and about 200 MW of small hydropower plants, stated the Russian Association of Wind Power Industry (RAWI).
Hevel Group Completes 550 kW Solar PV & 470 kWh Battery Energy System Calling It Russian Arctic Zone’s ‘1st’ Standalone PV Installation
Thursday, 26 Aug 2021
Russian solar power company Hevel Group has completed the construction of what it terms as the 1st standalone PV power plant in the Russian Arctic Zone through its energy service business, Hevel Energo Servis.
Unigreen Energy Starts Construction Of 1.3 GW Silicon N-Type Monocrystalline Ingots & Wafers, Along With 1 GW Heterojunction Cell Factory In Kaliningrad, Russia; Says Will Revive European Solar Industry
Friday, 30 Jul 2021
Russian diversified business group Unigreen Energy – with interests spanning renewable energy, nutrition and ecotourism projects – has started construction on a GW level heterojunction (HJT) factory in the country.
Russian Oil & Gas Producer Lukoil Expands Its Solar Power Capacity To 30 MW, With 20 MW Solar Park In Volgograd Using Hevel Solar Modules
Wednesday, 26 May 2021
Publicly traded Russian oil and gas production company Lukoil has commissioned the company’s 2nd solar park with 20 MW capacity with the help of Hevel Group that acted as the module supplier as well as EPC contractor for the project.
Russia Establishes New Rules For Renewable Energy Generation; Russian Renewable Energy Development Association Points Out ‘Lack Of Clarity’ In Financial Support Raises ‘Significant Uncertainties’
Thursday, 11 Mar 2021
The Russian Renewable Energy Development Association (RREDA) or ARVE has said the Russian government on March 5, 2021 cleared Resolution No. 328 to support to the renewable energy sector between 2025 and 2035.
Finland’s Energy Company Fortum & Russian Direct Investment Fund To Co-Build ‘Largest’ Solar Power Plant in Russia With 116 MW Capacity
Tuesday, 02 Mar 2021
Kalmykia in Southern Russia is set to be the region in Russia to host a 116 MW solar power plant which the project promoters believe will be the ‘largest’ solar project in the country once it is commissioned.
Midsummer Completes Maiden Shipment Of CIGS Solar Cell Production Equipment For Russian Market; Machine To Be Installed At Rusnano Backed Fab In Mordovian Capital Of Saransk
Tuesday, 09 Feb 2021
Swedish thin film solar PV technology company Midsummer has delivered the initial shipment of its DUO machine for the Russian Market.
Hevel Group Announces Commissioning Of 52.5 kW Floating Solar Power Plant For RusHydro, Calling It First Such Project For Country
Friday, 14 Aug 2020
For the 52.5 kW floating solar power plant for RusHydro, Russian HJT module producer Hevel has supplied 140 solar panels that are supported by battery storage.
Hevel Group Constructing 1.3 MW Off-Grid Solar Power Capacity With Storage In Far East Russia For Electricity Supply To Rural Villages
Monday, 03 Aug 2020
The Far East region of Russia is to get 3 off-grid solar PV systems with battery storage by Hevel Group to help rural villages to lower their consumption of diesel.
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