2016-01-22] SFS-NT-01 SunRack Ground Mounting System
SFS-NT-01 SunRack Ground Mounting System Sunforson agriculture ground PV mounting system applies farm land with ground screw foundation. The solar panels could be tilted at certain angle, leaving some gap from each side of the solar panels to meet the sunshine demands of crops. Except the ground screw and posts with hot galvanized, other using 100 percent high-strength aluminum structural parts which leads to good features of competitive price, high strength, delicate appearance and easy installation. All components are made of 100 percent high-strength aluminum structural parts except the ground screw and posts(hot galvanized), which leads to good features of good corrosion resistance, light weight, high strength and delicate appearance.
2016-01-06] Badminton at the Sunforson, Xiamen 2016
Sunforson Power (Xiamen) Co., Ltd hold the badminton tournament in Jan 4th 2016. The Sunforson Badminton Competition will be held in three big teams, the team leader will help the team to win the champion. The game was divided to Men’s Single Game and Women’s Single Game. Badminton is the favorite sport in Sunforson, almost all the staff participated in the competition actively or applied for being cheer team. Even though the weather is slightly cold, but the passion from staffs warm up the field. Through the Badminton Game, the staff showed their passion, positive and strong spirit, which not only helps them won the Badminton Game, but also the competition in their lifetime.
2016-02-01] Solar Power Capacity In India May Hit 20 GW By March 2017
by Saurabh Mahapatra India is likely to have an operational solar power capacity of close to 20 GW by March 2017 if projects under the states’ and central solar power policies go ahead as per the schedule. According to Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of Coal, Power and Renewable Energy, the country’s solar energy capacity is expected increase four-fold during the next fiscal year, ending March 2017. At present, the country’s solar capacity stands at around 5 GW. The target for the capacity addition during this fiscal year is about 2 GW, whereas for the next fiscal year it is 12 GW. The Ministry of New & Renewable Energy (MNRE) expects over 4 GW of solar power capacityaddition this financial year, which is twice the target. According to the recently issued document by MNRE, the majority of this capacity is expected to be added through central government policies, while states would continue to play catch-up. Solar energy could rise at a much faster pace compared to other renewable energy technologies. The expected contribution of other renewable energy technologies would be only 3,000 MW during the next fiscal year. Wind energy, currently the largest renewable energy technology, is expected to see a fall in annual capacity addition. According to the latest figures released by the MNRE, solar power has overtaken biomass-based power generation technology as India’s second largest renewable energy technology, in terms of installed capacity. Solar power capacity in India is expected to shoot up rapidly over the next few years as the central government and several state governments have lined up large tenders. In a document released in early October, the Ministry of New & Renewable Energy noted that around 4.8 GW of capacity will be up for grabs over the next 6 months.
2016-01-22] BNEF: Germany hits new low in clean energy investment while world hits record
A new report out from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (London, New York) shows 2015 clean energy investment numbers hit an all-time global record with USD 329 billion spent. The amount of renewables installed also hit a record with 64 GW of wind; 57 GW of solar PV globally. However clean energy investment in Germany dropped to its lowest level in a decade with USD 10.6 bn invested. In 2015, clean energy investment in Germany dropped to its lowest level in a decade with USD 10.6 bn invested German reduction in small-scale PV FiT has led to lower rooftop solar build out “The slump was mainly driven by a drop in small-scale solar investment and utility-scale wind investment,” comments BNEF Associate, Luke Mills. “Reduction in the small-scale solar feed-in tariff (FiT) has led to lower rooftop solar build out. This, along with decreasing equipment prices, has impacted the total amount invested.” “For wind, the current wind FiT does not work well with the current space constraints in Germany as projects in less windy areas are not adequately supported. Repowering has become an important role in the German market, but it has not taken off quite the way everyone had hoped due to planning regulations and restrictions.” Germany placed sixth overall for clean energy investment behind China, the US, Japan, UK and India.
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