InSun aims to demonstrate the reliability and quality of large scale solar thermal systems for different types of industrial process heat applications on medium and higher temperature levels, each system with a maximum heating power of 1 MW.
The project aims at developing and demonstrating models and tools for monitoring, control and testing of PV systems, focusing on the system as a whole rather than separate components only. The developed tools will serve to optimize and enhance the performance, reliability and lifetime of commercial PV systems beyond the state of the art.
Le projet RESOUTH a été mis en œuvre par la Fondation Energies pour le Monde de 2008 à 2012. Il a permis l'électrification de 2 localités au sud de Madagascar. Le projet comprenait une centrale éolienne, le réseau de distribution et des systèmes solaires individuels. Le projet a fourni de l'électricité aux ménages, aux infrastructures communautaires (centres de santé, écoles) et aux micro-entrepreneurs. Grâce à ce projet, 20 000 personnes ont bénéficié de services d’électricité.
This installation provides financing for new wine storage facility and leaves owner with spare energy to focus more on perfect winemaking.
This video presents the solar powered clinic in Pol-e-Sangi village, in Kabul, Afghanistan.
This video presents the installation of a rooftop solar power project to ADB headquarters in Manila, Philippines. This project consists of 2,040 photovoltaic panels occupying 6,640 square meters, generating about 613 megawatt hours of electricity per year.
This report analyzes and draws lessons from the efforts of some developed countries and adapts them to the characteristics of developing economies, assesses the cost reduction potential and economic and financial affordability of various technologies in emerging markets, evaluates the potential for cost reduction and associated economic benefits derived from local manufacturing and suggests ways to tailor bidding models and practices, bid selection criteria, and structures for power purchase agreements (PPAs) for Concentrating Solar Thermal power (CST) projects in developing market conditions.