Alicia BullerSeptember 6, 2018

The CEO of REC Solar, one of Europe’s largest solar energy companies, has called for radically higher government renewable energy targets. “The EU’s new target of 32 per cent renewables by 2030 is a really nice improvement, which requires a doubling of current solar implementation in Europe,” Steve O’Neil told Impact4All.  “But our research says …

Melissa HancockAugust 25, 2018

Allard van Hoeken, founder and CEO, Oceans of Energy, talks to Melissa Hancock about how offshore floating solar can solve the land scarcity issues facing renewable energy  For someone who has been working in the offshore floating solar industry for over 20 years, Allard van Hoeken must feel like the growing surge in demand for offshore solar has …

Melissa HancockAugust 23, 2018

Siemens and Solarkiosk speak to Impact4All about how they are joining forces to power off-grid parts of rural Africa with microgrids One of the most exciting developments at the Intersolar Europe conference held in Munich this year was the signing of an MoU between Siemens and Solarkiosk – a partnership that should prove transformative through …

Melissa HancockAugust 21, 2018

Peter Thiele, president, Sharp Energy Solutions Europe, talks to Melissa Hancock about the company’s home solar energy management offering and how digitalisation can drive the renewables revolution While there is no shortage of companies eager to talk about their new solar power offerings today, it was a very different story nearly 60 years ago. Which …

Melissa HancockAugust 8, 2018

Henning Wuester, director of the Knowledge, Policy and Finance Centre at Irena, talks to Melissa Hancock about how corporates are shaking up renewables and how streamlining solar project finance contracts could be a game-changer As the intergovernmental organisation that supports countries in their transition to a sustainable energy future, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has …

Melissa HancockAugust 6, 2018

Jim Fusaro, CEO, and Cesar Alberte, VP International, of Array Technologies, talk to Melissa Hancock about the firm’s global expansion plans  New Mexico-based Array Technologies has supplied more than 20,000 solar trackers since its formation in 1989. Today, it is playing a crucial role in expanding into and leading markets around the world in the transition to solar …

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