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As the demand for renewable energy increases, the needs of system integrators and installers are rapidly evolving as well. Manufacturers globally are responding by engineering extensive balance-of-system components into pre-assembled systems to give installers the best of both worlds. This issue explores the current technologies and materials in the field of renewable energy management and storage. The post Optimizing PV Systems e-Feature Part 2 – Energy Storage appeared first on World Of Energy Storage. [...]
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Pattern Energy Group Inc. (Nasdaq:PEGI) (TSX:PEG) (the "Company" or "Pattern Energy"), today announced that Pattern Energy Group LP ("Pattern Development") has acquired a majority stake in Green Power Investment Corporation (GPI), based in Tokyo, Japan. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Highlights Pattern Development acquires majority stake in GPI Expands wind and solar project development in Japan Adds up to 1,000 MW of near and longer term projects in development Pattern Development's interests in the GPI projects are subject to Pattern Energy's ROFO rights "Partnering with GPI, a company led by Toshio Hori, a well-recognized Japanese pioneer in renewable power development, provides Pattern Development with [...]
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GE (GE) today announced it will supply one of the world's largest power generation companies—China's Huaneng Corporation—with 55 units of GE2.75-120 brilliant wind turbines, to be installed at the Huaneng Dali Longquan wind project in the Yunnan province of China. The project will provide 151 megawatts of power, making it GE's largest wind order in China to date. The deal also includes a service agreement for two years of operations and maintenance. “We chose GE based on its proven reliability in other parts of the world, and the technology behind GE's 2.75-120 wind turbine is well-suited for our local land constraints [...]
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