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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).

  • #2

    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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Top 5 Hybrid Energy News (Solar- and Wind-Diesel-Hybrid + Microgrids) – March 2017 by THEnergy

The March edition of our “Top 5 Hybrid Energy News” presents the world’s biggest hybrid-PV power plant to be built in West Africa. It features Iamgold, EREN, Wärtsilä, Rancho Santana resort, PELICAN, S.A, ViZn Energy Systems, Villa Halcyon, Victron Energy, PhilSolar, Jinko, Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation, Flexenclosure, and HANZA. Our Top 5 cover the mining, hospitality, telecom and rural electrification sectors and projects in Burkina Faso, Nicaragua, the Philippines, and Canada. We could again manage to add exclusive statements from industry leaders.

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Are you looking for new renewable energy markets? Have microgrids and solar- or wind-diesel hybrid projects attracted your attention? THEnergy offers tailor-made workshops!

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