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Founded in 1996, Global Solar Energy, Inc (GSE) has evolved into a leading manufacturer of thin-film CIGS (Copper Indium Gallium diSelenide) solar solutions, with more flexible, thin film solar modules installed than any existing company.

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RISEN ENERGY EXPANDS POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH BHP TO FURTHER CUT NICKEL WEST'S EMISSIONS

Risen Energy | August 23, 2021

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Risen Energy has expanded its 10-year renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) for their Merredin Solar Farm from 20MW to 50MW of electricity to BHP's Nickel West operations. Commencing on 1st August, the additional 30MW will be directed to BHP Nickel West's Kalgoorlie Smelter and reduce the smelters Scope 2 emissions by 30%. This follows the initial 20MW which will be directed to BHP Nickel West's Kwinana Refinery and will cover up to 50% of its electricity use with s...

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NREL RESEARCHERS HINTS TOWARDS RECYCLING OF SOLAR PANELS

NREL | July 14, 2020

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Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have conducted the first global assessment into the most promising approaches to end-of-life management for solar photovoltaic (PV) modules. PV modules have a 30-year lifespan. There is currently no plan for how to manage this at end of their lifespan. The volume of modules no longer needed could total 80 million metric tons by 2050. In addition to quantity, the nature of the waste also poses challenges. PV modules are made of valuab...

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CARLYLE GROUP TO INVEST US$100M IN US SOLAR

The Carlyle Group | January 29, 2020

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Private equity giant Carlyle Group intends to invest US$100 million in developing, acquiring, financing and operating US solar projects through a new partnership with Missouri-based firm Alchemy Renewables. The Carlyle Group will invest through its new affiliate, Cardinal Renewables. Alchemy Renewables will provide asset management services, place tax equity financing and manage operations and maintenance services while Cardinal Renewables will acquire projects. Alchemy Renewables claims it has ...

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SOLAR DEVELOPER SPOWER COLLABORATES WITH AES DISTRIBUTED ENERGY

Solar developer | November 18, 2020

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The AES Corporation reported a concurrence with Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) to consolidate the sPower advancement stage, a free U.S. sun based engineer, with AES's U.S.- based clean energy advancement business. AES's completely claimed clean energy improvement business incorporates AES Distributed Energy and a breeze advancement group earlier piece of Advance Energy. As states, networks and associations make duties and arrangement to lessen their carb...

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Solar+Storage

RISEN ENERGY EXPANDS POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH BHP TO FURTHER CUT NICKEL WEST'S EMISSIONS

Risen Energy | August 23, 2021

Risen Energy has expanded its 10-year renewable power purchase agreement (PPA) for their Merredin Solar Farm from 20MW to 50MW of electricity to BHP's Nickel West operations. Commencing on 1st August, the additional 30MW will be directed to BHP Nickel West's Kalgoorlie Smelter and reduce the smelters Scope 2 emissions by 30%. This follows the initial 20MW which will be directed to BHP Nickel West's Kwinana Refinery and will cover up to 50% of its electricity use with s...

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NREL RESEARCHERS HINTS TOWARDS RECYCLING OF SOLAR PANELS

NREL | July 14, 2020

Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have conducted the first global assessment into the most promising approaches to end-of-life management for solar photovoltaic (PV) modules. PV modules have a 30-year lifespan. There is currently no plan for how to manage this at end of their lifespan. The volume of modules no longer needed could total 80 million metric tons by 2050. In addition to quantity, the nature of the waste also poses challenges. PV modules are made of valuab...

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CARLYLE GROUP TO INVEST US$100M IN US SOLAR

The Carlyle Group | January 29, 2020

Private equity giant Carlyle Group intends to invest US$100 million in developing, acquiring, financing and operating US solar projects through a new partnership with Missouri-based firm Alchemy Renewables. The Carlyle Group will invest through its new affiliate, Cardinal Renewables. Alchemy Renewables will provide asset management services, place tax equity financing and manage operations and maintenance services while Cardinal Renewables will acquire projects. Alchemy Renewables claims it has ...

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Sustainability

SOLAR DEVELOPER SPOWER COLLABORATES WITH AES DISTRIBUTED ENERGY

Solar developer | November 18, 2020

The AES Corporation reported a concurrence with Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) to consolidate the sPower advancement stage, a free U.S. sun based engineer, with AES's U.S.- based clean energy advancement business. AES's completely claimed clean energy improvement business incorporates AES Distributed Energy and a breeze advancement group earlier piece of Advance Energy. As states, networks and associations make duties and arrangement to lessen their carb...

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