30 Reasons for Why GoodWe!

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Floating villa with 100 per cent solar power

It's a sensation that we've all felt, floating peacefully on the surface of the ocean with the sun warming our skin and colouring our coral eyelids. Yet at that very moment who among us hasn't thought: "This is great, but it would be much better if I had a villa."...

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Solar power will cost less than coal soon

According to the International Renewable Energy Agency, new solar and wind projects would soon cost less than many of the coal-fired power plants in the world, and policymakers will invest in them to improve economies despite the coronavirus. Coal plants with a...

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Measures of solar module quality control during Covid-19

Not long after China imposed restrictions on travel between provinces, problems in PV module factories all over the country began to accumulate. Let's start with questions about personnel. Staff from provinces affected by the pandemic who decided to return to...

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Covid-19 would considerably boost the renewable sector

As part of the 2009 US Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act, the U.S. Treasury created Program 1603 to allow grants to revenue-generating renewable energy programs, rather than investment tax credits. As a result, almost 110,000 renewable energy initiatives were dipped...

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Covid-19 daily bulletin

Following Covid-19 disruption, German battery storage company Tesvolt said it had begun production at its latest giga factory in Germany. Orders rose threefold in the first quarter compared to last year's same time but the company said it was unsure how containment...

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The largest solar conference in the world has been postponed

The SNEC trade show, the world's largest solar conference and exhibition, has been diverged and postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis. More than 2,000 exhibitors and 260,000 visitors were projected to be involved in this year's Shanghai exhibition, which was meant to...

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Solar-powered trees for cool spots in urban hot spots

A Japanese group has begun producing green furniture with solar power. The result is a solar plus battery bench with refrigeration elements and vaporizers. Big cities’ concrete jungles can be very difficult, as the ground and walls of buildings heat up under the...

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The largest photovoltaic park in Cyprus operates subsidy-free

The 8 MW facility was built by a cement producer to supply around 10 per cent of its nearby factory's annual power needs. Under subsidy-free rules, the power would be bought by the Cyprus Electricity Authority for the average price it would have paid if the energy had...

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Developed new solar energy source and storage

A new form of combined generation and storage of solar power is under development for the UK. It couples thin, flexible and lighter solar sheets to power buildings or charge off-grid vehicles with energy storage. The company behind it, Solivus, plans to cover the...

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Solar Energy in Europe Had Double Growth in 2019.

The number of solar power plants in the EU is growing steadily. In 2019, they were installed twice as much as in 2018 - 16.7 GW compared to 8.2 GW. This year has been a record for the number of such installations since 2010, according to analytics by SolarPower...

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