New THEnergy Study: Solar-diesel-hybrid power plants at mines: Opportunities for external investors

The second THEnergy studies has been published. "Solar free of charge" or at least without investment costs is becoming a reality for mining companies. Still there are some challenges for external investors. Read more.

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  • #1

    Veit Goehringer (Thursday, 11 December 2014 13:24)

    This is a very interesting field for power utilities that want to enter new markets (more especially in Africa).

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    th-energy (Thursday, 08 January 2015 09:42)

    Dear Veit, I absolutely agree. I see as well power utilities as the main "investor type".

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