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India’s Sterling and Wilson to build 54.3 MW solar plant in Zambia

The PV plant will be the nation’s largest once complete, and will be implemented under the International Finance Corporation’s Scaling Solar program.

Guyana, and Togo ratify ISA framework

With two new countries, the Republic of Guyana, and Togo, the number of nations to have ratified the International Solar Alliance (ISA) framework agreement has reached 21. ISA will host 6th International Steering Committee (ISC) meeting on February 20.

Interview: Power for all through mini-grid systems

Husk Power Systems Co-Founder and CEO Manoj Sinha speaks to pv magazine about the hybrid mini-grid systems that the company is going to install in India and Tanzania. Sinha also discusses battery technology and Husk’s contributions to India’s 100% electricity plan.

Orb Energy raises over $15 million for rooftop solar

The investments from Netherlands-based FMO and the U.S.’s OPIC will help to grow the company’s platform in India, which finances rooftop solar for SMEs. Orb Energy will also expand its Kenyan operations.

Australia, Cuba, Malawi, and Peru ratify ISA framework

Four more countries have ratified the International Solar Alliance (ISA) framework agreement, taking the total number to 19. On Wednesday December 6, the ISA will be established as a legal international intergovernmental body.

ISA framework agreement receives 15 ratifications

The international solar alliance will now be an independent legal body, as the Republic of Guinea becomes the 15th country to ratify. The founding ceremony of ISA is scheduled on December 08, 2017 in Greater Noida, India.

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