“The Solar Street Project” made its debut at 8th International EIF Energy Congress and Fair during 4-6 November 2015; and succeeded to impress participant companies and visitors.

Today’s energy wars are becoming increasingly noticeable through their socio-political and economic repercussions, and Turkey is situated at the heart of a geography where these are felt most. In such an environment energy independence should be one of this country’s key priorities, which can solely be achieved by fully exploiting our natural and local resources for renewable energy.

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SolarGaps’ New Solar Blinds Shade Windows and Generate Clean Energy
Upsolar Announces New Turkey Solar PV Project

Construction on the Hilvan Enerji plant will begin within the next few months, with the installation of 87,630 Upsolar UP-M270P modules. Upsolar has been awarded a contract to supply solar panels...

Germany Just Generated A Record 85% Of Its Energy From Renewable Sources
Tesla’s Groundbreaking Solar Roof Just Hit The Market
French PV Tariffs Go Down In Q2 2017

France has lowered the tariffs for purchase of electricity from small photovoltaic installations connecting to the grid from April 1 to June 30, 2017. In a note published last week, energy...

Vietnam's ''Forest in the Sky'' Building is Topped with 50,000 Trees
Costa Rica Generates Almost 100% Renewable Energy in 2016
Engie is Supplying 50 MW Solar Power Plant To Houston

The City of Houston and ENGIE are pleased to announce that ENGIE's 50 MW SolaireHolman plant is now on line, operational, and capable of providing up to 10.5% of the City's electricity needs with...

Iran and Middle East Could Adopt Fullt Renwable Electirict Systems by 2030
Trina Solar Ships 20 MW Of New Bifacial PERC Modules

Chinese photovoltaic (PV) modules maker Trina Solar has received a contract for the supply of 20 MW of its newly-launched bifacial PERC modules -- the DUOMAX twin. The company, which went private...

Enerjisa Is Looking For "A Renewables Development Specialist"
IKEA To Install Indiana's Largest Retail Solar Rooftop
Izmir's ESHOT To Go Solar With 1.38 MW Project

As part of a plan to produce green energy for its fleet of 20 electric buses for public transportation, Izmir Electricity, Water, Coal Gas, Buses and Trolley Buses (ESHOT) is building a 1.38 MW solar...

ET Energy Breaks Ground On 19 MW Project For Astronergy

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