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TerraForm to acquire all shares of the Spain ACS’s CSP plant operating company Saeta Yield at the price of 1.2 billion

TerraForm Power, which is controlled by Canada’s Brookfield Asset Management, has launched a 995 million euro ($1.2 billion) takeover bid for Spanish renewable energy firm Saeta Yield, expanding its presence in Western Europe. TerraForm is offering 12.20 euros per share for a 100 percent stake in the solar and wind …

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The First Utility-scale Generator to Adopt SolarCoin! ACWA Power Joins the SolarCoin Ecosystem

Digital token are expanding its part in power generation sector. ACWA Power, a leading developer, owner, and operator of power generation and water desalination plants announced today the move to adopt SolarCoin — the global reward program for solar electricity generation-marking the first time a utility-scale generator joins the SolarCoin …

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RioHuan Ready to Serve Its Chinese Customers-First Parabolic Trough Mirror Rolling Off the Production Line in Hohhot

Reported from CSPPLAZA: RioHuan, the Joint Venture between market leader Rioglass Solar and Tianjin Zhonghuan Electronics and Information Group Co., Ltd. (TZG) officially confirms the successful manufacturing of the first parabolic trough mirror at its brand-new facility in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on November 30th, 2017. RioHuan, the manufacturer of high-end solar receivers and mirrors for Concentrated …

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SKF Mysuru Installs a Parabolic Trough Concentrating Solar System which Can Generate Pressurised Hot Water at 130°C

SKF Mysuru, a wholly owned subsidiary of a swedish company, SKF AB in India has installed a parabolic trough based solar concentrating system, thereby reducing its carbon footprint. The system contains 40 parabolic trough based collectors, SolPac P60s, each of 6.41 m2 aperture area connected in a series-parallel combination to …

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Inflatable Solar Collector Made of Plastic Film—Recent Innovation in Parabolic Trough Collector

Reported from CSPPLAZA: Since 1980s when the first batch of commercial parabolic trough solar thermal power plants were built in California, constant technology breakthrough has been made to cut cost and improve efficiency. However, the glass mirrors and steel are still the main components of heat-collecting system of all commercial …

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