• by Aurora Project Group
  • onAugust 11, 2020
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Vietnam’s Solar Industry: Bright Prospects for Investors

In June 2020, Sharp Energy Solutions Corporation (SESJ) completed a mega solar power plant in Ninh Thuan province, which is expected to generate 76,373 megawatt hour (MWh) per year. The plant is the newest addition to SESJ’s five other existing solar power plants in Vietnam. READ MORE HERE

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onAugust 9, 2020
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Japan reviews power line rules to bolster renewable energy

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan has started reviewing rules on the use of power transmission lines to accelerate the expansion of renewable power generation, aiming to shift away from a dependence on coal and reduce carbon emissions in the face of global criticism, officials said Wednesday. READ MORE HERE

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onAugust 6, 2020
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The Senegalese Ministry of Oil and Energy has recently decided to exempt equipments for the production of renewable energies such as solar, wind and biogas from VAT

The move has been a much-heard measure by operators in the renewable energy sector in Senegal. The Senegalese Ministry of Oil and Energy has issued a list of 22 electricity and biogas production facilities that are exempt from VAT (value added tax). The VAT exemption concerns the solar energy sector with equipment such as the […]

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onJuly 29, 2020
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NGOs to generate funds from solar energy under world-first model – pv magazine Australia

Many charities might find it a stretch to allocate the capital for their organisations to become solar powered, but Australian startup Allume Energy, with the help of funding from ARENA, is set to test an everyone’s-a-winner solution. — Read on http://www.pv-magazine-australia.com/2020/07/27/ngos-to-generate-funds-from-solar-energy-under-world-first-model/

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  • by Aurora Project Group
  • onJuly 26, 2020
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Africa’s energy transition set to regain momentum after Covid-19 pandemic – African Business Magazine

Greater access to electricity and the transition to renewable energy are crucial if future health emergencies are to be tackled successfully says Ian Lewis — Read on africanbusinessmagazine.com/africa-energy-yearbook-2020/africas-energy-transition-set-to-regain-momentum-after-covid-19-pandemic/

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