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E.ON to build Europe’s largest PV roof system for Audi

German-based energy group E.ON announced yesterday that it will be building together with Audi a solar energy park on the roofs of the two logistics centers of its plant in Győr, Hungary, covering about 160,000 square meters. This project will become Europe’s largest photovoltaic system installed on a building at the Audi Hungaria plant in Győr.

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ADB-supported solar plant opens in Mangaia, Cook Islands

Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Government of the Cook Islands led the commissioning of the Mangaia solar power plant today, which will provide improved access to sustainable energy services to the people and businesses of Mangaia.

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Chint Solar to start construction of one of the largest solar parks in Netherlands in 2019

Solar project developer based in the Netherlands, Chint Solar, which is part of the Chint Group that supplies solar panels throughout the world through its subsidiary Astronergy, announced  that the environmental permit for the solar park Midden-Groningen in the Netherlands was approved by the Dutch Council of State on  November 14, which allows for the construction to start in the beginning of 2019.

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Chint Solar inaugurates 15 MW solar park in Andijk, Netherlands

Solar project developer based in the Netherlands, Chint Solar, which is part of the Chint Group that supplies solar panels throughout the world through its subsidiary Astronergy, announced the official opening of a new 15 MW solar park in Andijk, in the municipality of Medemblik, Netherlands, on November 8th. The opening ceremony was supported by government officials of the municipality of Medemblik.

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ENGIE signs two corporate renewable PPAs in Latin America

French global energy and services group ENGIE signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) in Mexico to supply renewable energy to steel producer, Gerdau and  a 16-year power purchase agreement with Santiago de Chile airport operator, Nuevo Pudahuel, to supply 100% certified renewable energy, under which ENGIE will supply the airport with 105 GWh per year of green electricity to meet all its power needs.

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