Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 25, 2020 /Solar Business Hub/ — Yellow Door Energy, a UAE-based sustainable energy provider for businesses, has successfully commissioned a 2 megawatt-peak (MWp) solar plant for Future Pipe Industries (FPI). Located in Dubai Industrial City, the solar plant is expected to generate 3,200 megawatt-hours of clean energy in its first year of operation, equivalent to reducing 1,300 tonnes of carbon emissions per year.
PVH Europe, the global headquarters of Tommy Hilfiger and the European offices of Calvin Klein, both owned by New York-based apparel group PVH Corp., announced the completion a 18 MWp solar rooftop on its warehouse and logistics center in Venlo, the Netherlands.
German car manufacturer Audi announced it has put into operation Europe’s biggest photovoltaic rooftop installation on two logistics centers at its Hungarian site in Győr.
Lithuanian utility Ignitis Gamyba announced it has completed the installation of a 3 MW solar power plant near Elektrėnai in Obeniai, which has been connected to a previously built 1 MW solar power plant, making the 4 MW solar complex the largest in Lithuania and the Baltic states.
Canopy Power has completed a solar PV-energy storage microgrid for sustainable island resort Batu Batu. With an estimated renewable energy contribution of 25 per cent, the microgrid will produce approximately 216 MWh of clean electricity and reduce diesel use for the resort by around 58,000 litres annually. This translates to a reduction of 180 tonnes of carbon emissions annually.