• Saudi Arabia launches 3.3GW photovoltaic wind power project
    Saudi Arabia launches 3.3GW photovoltaic wind power project
    September 27, 2022
    Saudi Arabia has launched five new renewable energy projects to produce electricity sustainably, as the world's largest oil exporter pursues a goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The wind and solar energy system projects, with a combined capacity of 3,300 megawatts, were launched by Saudi Electricity Procurement Company as the main buyer, the state-run Saudi Press Agency reported on Sunday. Of the five projects, three will utilize wind energy and two will utilize solar energy, Spa reported. The total output of wind energy projects is 1,800 MW, with one project in Yanbu with a capacity of 700 MW, another in Al Ghat with a capacity of 600 MW and the third in Waad Al Shamal with a capacity of 500 MW. The news agency said the total capacity of the new solar panel projects is 1,500 MW, with one in Al Henakiyah 1,100 MW and the other in Tubarjal 400 MW. Under its Vision 2030 economic plan, Saudi Arabia is focusing on renewable energy. In December, Saudi Arabia announced plans to invest more than $100 billion in renewable energy projects. It aims to increase the share of natural gas and renewables in its electricity mix to 50% by 2030. The projects are part of the fourth phase of Saudi Arabia's National Renewable Energy Plan overseen by the Ministry of Energy. Saudi Arabia is the largest electricity consumer in the region and its electricity demand is growing rapidly. Total electricity demand in Saudi Arabia is expected to reach 365.4 terawatt-hours (TWh) by 2030, up from 299.2 terawatt-hours in 2018, according to a report by the Riyadh-based King Abdullah Petroleum Research Center.
  • ASEAN, solar energy will reach 241GW!
    ASEAN, solar energy will reach 241GW!
    September 20, 2022
    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will develop 241GW of solar PV by 2030, a technology that will dominate the new capacity. According to a report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), by the middle of this century, if countries in the ASEAN region adopt 100% renewable energy power supply, their installed capacity can reach 2.4TW. In this scenario, solar PV will account for nearly 60% of installed renewable energy capacity by 2050. Regardless of the scenarios studied in the report (the share of renewable energy mix in 2050 ranging from 34% to 100%), solar PV will be the "flagship resource for ASEAN decarbonisation". From 2018 to 2020, due to the rapid expansion of solar photovoltaics, the share of installed renewable energy capacity in ASEAN member countries increased from 28% to 33.5%. Turning to investment needs, the report said that to support a full transition to renewable energy between 2018-2050, more than $1.2 trillion in solar panel alone will be required. Investments at the end of the decade stood at $156 billion. Indonesia (24.18GW), Vietnam (17.86GW) and Thailand (11.15GW) will lead other countries in annual solar PV additions and will become countries with annual installed capacity exceeding 10GW by 2050. IRENA estimates that ASEAN countries as a whole will add 64 GW of solar PV capacity annually by 2050. Earlier this year, Vietnam deemed its solar energy target for the decade "too high", largely due to grid constraints that have disrupted renewable energy development. The target set by the Vietnamese government falls well short of IRENA's outlook for the country over the next few decades. IRENA Director-General Francesco La Camera said, "As the region commits to more ambitious climate goals, including net zero emissions, we must now start planning in earnest. While ASEAN has ambitious renewable energy in the short term target, but this area needs to be considered and planned for long-term development." In addition, solar PV hotspots in the region are located in Sumatra, Nusa Tenggara in Indonesia, as well as in Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines. Along with Indonesia's Java-Bali, these three countries are also the most electricity-hungry countries in the ASEAN region. By 2050, with 100% renewable energy, Indonesia's two islands alone will import more than 1,000TWh of electricity, three times the UK's electricity demand in 2021. This requires nearly $200 billion in grid investment across the region in the short term, while scaling up national and international transmission to better integrate renewables. Singapore is one of the countries heavily reliant on renewable energy imports due to a lack of land supply, with the city-state planning to import up to 4GW of low-carbon electricity by 2035. According to IRENA, several ASEAN countries have large quantities of key mineral resources that can be used in renewable technologies and require manufacturing support policies to enable solar PV module and cell...
  • SUNROVER supports large-scale energy storage system configurations.
    SUNROVER supports large-scale energy storage system configurations.
    September 13, 2022
    SUNROVER supports large-scale energy storage system/off-grid solar system/on grid solar system configuration. Professional sales team to provide you with perfect and reliable service. Just provide your roof drawings and home/commercial loads, we will have someone design the system layout, and professional sales will configure the complete system for you. We have cooperation with Tier 1 solar panel manufacturers and have strategic partnerships with well-known inverter brands such as Deye, Growatt, Atess, etc. The product quality is guaranteed, and the full service configuration will escort your clean energy life. •Save on your electricity bill •Backup supply when grid power failure •Buying and selling electricity flexibly
  • The 1.8MW distributed photovoltaic power generation project of Heng'an School was successfully completed
    The 1.8MW distributed photovoltaic power generation project of Heng'an School was successfully completed
    September 06, 2022
    The 1.8MW distributed photovoltaic power generation project of Heng'an Middle School in Changfeng County, Hefei, Anhui Province, China was successfully completed on September 2, 2022. This project uses 3960pcs LONGI 455W solar panel, which is composed of rooftop distributed project + carport photovoltaic. The solar project can save an average of 16,900 tons of standard coal every year, reduce carbon dioxide emissions by about 37,000 tons, and reduce sulfur dioxide emissions by about 1,237 tons. After the power station is completed, it can provide 30.59 million kwh of clean electricity after 25 years.
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    Deye hybrid inverter brand new arrival! !
    August 30, 2022
    Deye hybrid inverter brand new arrival! ! Single-phase hybrid inverter 5KW/8KW, three-phase hybrid inverter 12KW/16KW! The hybrid system lets you say goodbye to the trouble of power outages and saves your electricity bills. Sunrover lead-acid batteries and lithium batteries are on sale! Match with Deye Communications! We invite you!
  • Growatt Off-Grid Inverter SPF 5000ES Ships!
    Growatt Off-Grid Inverter SPF 5000ES Ships!
    August 23, 2022
    Growatt off-grid Inverter SPF 5000ES Ships! Also in stock is the Deye hybrid inverter 5/8/12KW. Welcome to order! ▶Professional pre-sales and after-sales team. ▶ Efficient shipping rate. ▶ Always answer your questions. SUNROVER POWER your trusted partner.
  • Shanghai Electric's first large-scale photovoltaic project in Japan passed the acceptance test
    Shanghai Electric's first large-scale photovoltaic project in Japan passed the acceptance test
    August 16, 2022
    Recently, the Japanese Yakai photovoltaic power generation project undertaken by Shanghai Electric Power Station Group passed the acceptance of the local government with high power generation efficiency. The project is located in Yabuki-cho, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, with a total installed capacity of 28 MW. It is Shanghai Electric's first large-scale solar panel project in the Japanese market. The solar project started construction on July 15, 2020. The power transmission was successfully completed at the end of January this year, and the full-capacity grid connection was completed in mid-April. The local acceptance was completed recently. The annual power generation is expected to reach 31,293 MWh after operation. During the construction of the project, Shanghai Electric donated agricultural irrigation wells to local residents. It is reported that the project has completed the power station performance test before the safety inspection. The measured value of the solar system efficiency is higher than the contract performance guarantee. The test results have been highly affirmed by the owner.
  • Spain launches new tender: 1.8GW of solar!
    Spain launches new tender: 1.8GW of solar!
    August 09, 2022
    Spain announced that its fourth round of renewable energy tenders will be held on November 22, including 1.8GW of solar photovoltaic projects and 1.5GW of wind energy, new energy installations aimed at accelerating the decarbonization of Spain's power system. The country’s Ministry of Ecological Transformation (MITECO) also announced that it will also accept upgrades or hybrid system projects of existing projects in this latest round of tenders. In addition, if part of the allocated capacity is not fully used for solar energy sytem or wind 1.5GW, then this capacity can be transferred to other technologies. This will be the fourth tender held in Spain. The first tender was held in January 2021, when more than 2GW of solar system projects were signed; the second, in October 2021, signed only 866MW of solar. The third tender, originally scheduled for April this year, will finally take place on October 25 and will procure 520MW of renewable energy, including 140MW of distributed solar. The announcement comes as Spain will implement a series of measures over the next few months to bring about a 5% reduction in natural gas consumption. This is in line with the EU's pledge to reduce gas demand and accelerate renewable energy development ahead of winter, with European solar development expected to hit a record 40GW this year. Earlier this year, the Spanish government said it would impose a windfall profits tax on power companies and banks starting next year to help Spaniards deal with soaring inflation. In addition, MITECO announced the launch of a public proposal to accelerate the development of energy storage co-located with renewable energy projects.
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