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  • 64 Megawatt Solar Power Plant Has Been Commissioned in Ukraine

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    /29th April 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The second-largest solar project in Ukraine has been opened at the end of March 2019 in the near vicinity of the Panovtsy village in Kamianets-Podilskyi district of Khmelnytskyi Oblast by ICU and VR Capital Group, reported the Renewable Market Watch™. The solar PV power plant is a joint-venture by ICU, independent asset management, private equity and investment advisory firm specialising in Central and Eastern Europe and VR Capital Group, an alternative asset manager specializing in global emerging markets. The plant has been commissioned by Podilskenergo and represents an investment in materials and construction of approximately US$55m. The plant's peak capacity is 63.8MW and the plant will generate approximately 68,200 MW/H of clean energy per year. The electricity generated will supply one-third of all the households in Kamianets-Podilskyi city and help decrease carbon emissions by 67,000 tonnes annually. The plant is one of the largest foreign direct investment projects in Ukraine. It will assist in the nation’s transition to renewable energy, including meeting Ukraine’s pledge to, by 2030, reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40 percent from 1990 levels following the 2015 Paris agreement.

  • A Paradigm Shift for Low and Medium Voltage Grids Regarding Variable Renewable Energy Generation

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    /31st May 2017, IEA/ The greater uptake of distributed VRE shifts the historic balance of supply and demand in the electricity network and calls for a revision of the institutional arrangements guiding low- and medium-voltage grids. The rise of distributed generation assets – dominated by the rapid uptake of solar PV – translates into the growing complexity of power flows within the distribution grid. This provokes the need for innovative approaches to the planning and operation of low- and medium-voltage grids, with technical, economic and institutional implications. On the technical side, more dynamic and bi-directional flows of electricity (from lower to higher voltage levels and vice versa) require reinforced monitoring and control capabilities as well as upgrades to infrastructure. Moreover, planning standards need upgrading to manage the uptake of large shares of distributed resources. In this context, next-generation VRE technology – such as advanced inverters – can offer technical capabilities to support and sustain safe and reliable operations in local power grids, while also reducing energy losses in the overall power system.

  • Advances in Perovskite Research - Shooting stars of modern photovoltaics

    /11th July 2017, Sandra Henderson/, On their quest to better understand and thus be able to optimize perovskite solar cells, researchers from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany have discovered in the perovskite layers strips of nanostructures with alternating directions of polarization that could serve as transport paths for charge carriers. “Perovskite solar cells are widely considered the shooting stars of modern photovoltaics,” says Dr Alexander Colsmann, head of KIT’s Organic Photovoltaics Group, adding that their underlying working principles are not yet well understood, however. Thus, the KIT team set out to investigate the material properties and working principles of organometal halide — or more specifically, methylammonium lead iodide (MAPbI3) — perovskite thin-films.

  • Albania to Install its First Floating Solar Photovoltaic Power Plants

    /16th July 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Albanian local power utility Korporata Elektroenergjetike Shqiptare (KESH) has submitted in December 2018 a proposal to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure for the construction of a 12.9 MW floating PV plant. According to the document, the facility will be installed at the water reservoir of the Drin River near Vau i Dejës, a town in the Shkodër County, northwestern Albania, where KESH is operating the 260 MW Vau i Dejës Hydroelectric Power Station. The plant will sell power to the electricity spot market, the document says.

  • Armenia Pre-qualified Companies for a Tender about 55 MW Solar PV Power Plant Masrik-1

    /24th July 2017, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/, Ministry of Energy Infrastructure and Natural Resources of Armenia announced last week that 10 companies have been pre-qualified for a tender about 55 MW solar PV power plant located in the Masrik region of Gegharkunik province. The project cost is estimated to be between $40 to $60 million. The tender is being conducted by the Armenia Renewable Resources and Energy Efficiency Fund. Private developers or consortia can bid to design, finance, build, own and operate the 55 MW Masrik-1 Solar PV Power Plant. A special-purpose company to be owned 100% by the successful bidder will have to be incorporated in Armenia.

  • Benefit List - Reports of Renewable Market Watch - 2019

    /25th January 2019,  RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM) Renewable Market Watch™ is delivering strategic insight into emerging renewable energy markets through its experienced research team and cutting edge predictive analytics data platform. We are pleased to present our Benefit List for 2019 and give you more information on what content and value have our market reports.

  • Benefit List - Reports of Renewable Market Watch - 2020

    /25th January 2020,  RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM) Renewable Market Watch™ is delivering strategic insight into emerging renewable energy markets through its experienced research team and cutting edge predictive analytics data platform. We are pleased to present our Benefit List for 2020 and to give you more information on what content and value have our market reports.

  • Benefit List - Reports of Renewable Market Watch - 2021

    /4th January 2021,  RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM) Renewable Market Watch™ is delivering strategic insight into emerging renewable energy markets through its experienced research team and cutting edge predictive analytics data platform. We are pleased to present our Benefit List for 2021 and to give you more information on what content and value have our market reports.

  • Benefit List - Reports of Renewable Market Watch - 2022

    /LONDON, January 3, 2022,  9:00 GMT, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM) Renewable Market Watch™ is delivering strategic insight into renewable energy markets through its experienced research team and cutting edge predictive analytics data platform. We are pleased to present our Benefit List for 2022 and to give you more information on what content and value have our market reports.

  • Challenges about Renewable Energy Deployment in MENA Countries

    /11th December 2016, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/, The MENA region is blessed with all the natural resources necessary for a vibrant renewable energy sector: Lots of sunshine, strong winds and, in a few places, powerful rivers. According to World Bank estimates, the region receives between 22 percent and 26 percent of all solar energy striking the earth. This translates to a potential for solar energy per square kilometre per year equivalent to the energy generated from 1 to 2 million barrels of oil. MENA’s solar potential is considered to be exponentially higher than that of all other renewable resources combined and is even thought to be enough to meet the current global demand for electricity.

  • China Grid Connection Concerns for Renewable Energy Generation

    /8th March 2017, IEA, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/, China has experienced a marked increase in electricity demand over the past decade, requiring rapid and large investments in the power sector. This has provided an opportunity for streamlining system integration with the expansion of overall electricity infrastructure. However, this opportunity has not been fully realised and investments have predominantly been in coal-fired capacity. The dominance of coal in the power sector has translated into growing concerns over local air pollution and CO2 emissions. To address these issues, China is ramping up the deployment of renewable energy resources and putting in place measures to effectively limit increases in coal-fired capacity.

  • City of Innovation and Re-birth: Why the Largest Sustainable Energy Event is Coming to Berlin

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    /BERLIN, October 18, 2021, 9:30 CET, EIT InnoEnergy, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Berlin is perhaps best known for the Berlin Wall, which physically divided the city between East and West Germany for 28 years, finally coming down in late 1989. Since German reunification in 1990, the decades that followed have been defined by re-building and innovating. Of course when we announced Berlin as the location of The Business Booster 2021 we had no way of knowing that the world, and the economy along with it, would come to a screeching halt with the corona virus. However as TBB 2021 will now serve as the meeting place for innovators and industry for the first time in many months, we could not be headed to a better and more symbolic place for the re-building of Europe’s economy through innovation and sustainability. 

  • COVID-19 Impact on the Global Renewable Energy Market Report 2020 - 2025 - Scenarios, Trends, Forecasts

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    /21st April 2020, MARTIN LEE WILSON, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ This is the very first objective and in-depth report, which analyzes COVID-19 (Coronavirus) impact on the global renewable energy market by 2025 with scenarios, trends and forecasts. Through extensive research and discussions with experts in the industry, the Renewable Market Watch™ has identified a series of the established and new emerging market situations that will impact renewable energy equipment supply chain, procurement, investment volume and renewable power capacity additions by 2025 worldwide. Renewable Market Watch™ has advanced proprietary own developed software and analytical tools, which are based on artificial intelligence (AI) and neural networks for prediction and risk analysis with a focus to renewable energy and power market modelling. We have used these tools to create a new advanced econometric model of the global energy market by considering the recent power, oil and gas price dynamics. Renewable power projects are particularly vulnerable because China as one of the most affected companies, is a significant producer of solar photovoltaic modules and wind turbines. Do you want to know how the global renewable energy market shall be affected by the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

  • COVID-19 Impact on the Global Renewable Energy Market Report 2020 - 2025 - Scenarios, Trends, Forecasts, Investments, Renewable Market Watch

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    /11th March 2021, MARTIN LEE WILSON, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ This is the very first objective and in-depth report, which analyzes COVID-19 (Coronavirus) impact on the global renewable energy market by 2025 with scenarios, trends and forecasts. Through extensive research and discussions with experts in the industry, the Renewable Market Watch™ has identified a series of established and new emerging market situations that will impact renewable energy equipment supply chain, procurement, investment volume and renewable power capacity additions by 2025 worldwide. Renewable Market Watch™ has advanced proprietary own developed software and analytical tools, which are based on artificial intelligence (AI) and neural networks for prediction and risk analysis with a focus to renewable energy and power market modelling. We have used these tools to create a new advanced econometric model of the global energy market by considering the recent power, oil and gas price dynamics. Renewable power projects are particularly vulnerable because China as one of the most affected companies, is a significant producer of solar photovoltaic modules and wind turbines. Do you want to know how the global renewable energy market shall be affected by the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)?

  • Croatia May Increase its Renewable Energy Capacity to 32 per cent by 2030

    /17th September 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ Croatia's energy development to 2030 and 2050 can continue at an accelerated or at a moderate pace and all options mean decarbonisation, switching to renewable energy sources and decreasing the emission of greenhouse gasses, notes an analysis called "Green Book" and published by the Hrvoje Požar Energy Institute (EHIP).

  • Czech Republic Considers Auctions (Tenders) for Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects

    /11th October 2019, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The Czech Republic is in the process of preparation to start renewable energy auctions (tenders) from 2021 to meet its future targets for renewable electricity in the final energy consumption. However, solar photovoltaic (PV) energy is not included in the auctions (tenders) in the first draft of the new RES auction (tender) law. Officials from the Czech government suppose that solar PV electricity shall be fully competitive without any subsidies from 2021 and shall not need any support.

  • Czech Republic Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Power Market: Outlook 2021 - 2030 - Trends, Forecasts, Investments, Opportunities, Analysis, COVID-19 Impact

    /LONDON, August 19, 2021, 9:30 BST, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ This market report offers an incisive and reliable overview of the photovoltaic sector of the country for the next long term period 2020 ÷ 2030. The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in Central Europe. The country is bordered by Poland to the north, Germany to the west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. Its capital and largest city, with 1.3 million inhabitants, is Prague. The Czech Republic includes the historical territories of Bohemia and Moravia and a small part of Silesia. The population of the Czech Republic is 10,732,476 at the end of 2020, and 73.5 % of the population is urban (7,875,268 people in 2020). The total land area is 77,240 Km2 (29,823 sq. miles). Renewable Market Watch™ registered that after a 6-year stagnation in the solar photovoltaic market in the Czech Republic since 2018, the activity in the small scale residential and commercial segment increased. 

  • Decarbonising the industry blog series: Mobility

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    /BERLIN, October 25, 2021, 9:30 CET, EIT InnoEnergy, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The pandemic we are currently in is driving a multitude of changes across the world. While, undoubtedly, many of the impacts have been devastating, there are some developments which bear great promise for the future. Interestingly enough, some of the most significant and positive of these changes happen right in front of us – in our cities, particularly large and densely populated urban areas. New trends are emerging that are pushing urban centres in Europe and around the globe to adopt exciting new models that put citizens and their life quality front and centre.

  • EBRD, ADB and IFC to Provide Financing for a 100 MW Nur Navoi Solar (PV) Photovoltaic Power Plant in Uzbekistan

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    /24th December 2020, EBRD, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/  The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) shall provide financing for a 100 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Uzbekistan. The plant is located in the Navoi region and is one of the first renewable energy projects in this country realised by the private investors. The engagement of the EBRD is providing an equity bridge loan of up to US$ 60 million to Nur Navoi Solar Holding for the construction and operation of the plant. The loan will allow the project investors Masdar, owned by Mubadala Investment Company, a global investment holding established and wholly owned by the Government of Abu Dhabi, to borrow the amount of equity it puts into the project. 

  • Europe Net Metering and Self-Consumption Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Market is Growing: Prosumers, BIPV, Energy Storage, Distributed Generation, Off-grid, Electric Vehicles, Trends, Investments, Forecast by 2030, Renewable Market Watch

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    /22nd March 2020, RENEWABLE MARKET WATCHTM/ The current levels of dependence on fossil fuels, the need of reducing the carbon emissions associated with energy use and the prospects of developing a new and highly innovative European technology sector make distributed solar photovoltaic energy generation increasingly attractive. To understand how we may unlock the self-generation potential, the analysis Europe Net Metering and Self-Consumption Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Market Outlook 2021 – 2030 has been conducted with primary research, interviews, first-class sources of information, case studies and desk research. Based on our findings, the study drew conclusions and recommendations on developing a more comprehensive policy and regulatory framework for residential and commercial prosumers. Today, renewable energy sources have become a significant contributor to the energy transition occurring in Europe. According to the EU Green Deal, substantial fossil fuel capacity needs faster decommissioning to ensure that the EU reduces carbon-intensive power plants by 2030. The rate of replacement of carbon-intensive energy sources by renewable energy to date has already resulted in GHG emissions reductions in the EU electricity sector. Residential and commercial prosumers installing rooftop and building-integrated (BIPV) solar photovoltaic systems and energy storage shall have a vital role in the European clean energy transition by 2030.

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