Four solar PV plants added by Canadian Solar to the UK’s grid

07/04/2015 10:42

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Chinese-Canadian solar company Canadian Solar has completed four solar parks in the United Kingdom totaling 40.2 MWp.

The four plants have a power capacity of between 4.6 MW and 18 MW and were all developed under the country’s Renewable Obligation (RO) scheme. All four parks - Hoplass Solar Park, Christchurch Solar Park, Coombe Solar Park, and Moat Farm Solar Plant use Canadian Solar's 60 cell solar modules. All the solar power plants started commercial before March 30 and are eligible for 1.4 ROC. An additional two solar projects will be connected the grid in the second quarter of 2015. Cumulatively, these six solar projects will generate approximately 50,183 megawatt-hours of electricity per year, being able to avoid approximately 38,140 metric tons of carbon dioxide per year.

Average prices rise in French large-scale solar tender, 452 MWp awarded

22/02/2021 08:38:00

The French government has allocated 452 MWp of capacity in its latest tender for utility-scale solar projects in which the average price rose by 4.7% from the previous call.

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Israel to link Leviathan gas field to Egypt LNG plants

22/02/2021 08:35:00

The Israeli and Egyptian energy ministers have agreed to build a pipeline to connect Israel’s offshore Leviathan natural gas field to liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in northern Egypt, the Israeli minister said on Sunday.

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Texas Storm Shut In As Much As 4 Million Bpd Of U.S. Oil Production

22/02/2021 08:30:00

The severe winter storm that swept through the United States this week likely shut in between 2 million barrels per day (bpd) and 4 million bpd of the total U.S. crude oil production, IHS Markit said in an analysis.

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