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DREWSEN SPEZIALPAPIERE is determined to continue its course towards CO2-neutral paper production. As part of its multistage transformation concept, the company is aiming to achieve 80% climate neutrality by 2030. The focus here is on expanding renewable energies whilst simultaneously improving energy efficiency.

Since moving to self-consumption with solar, Granulati Basaltici has cut its monthly energy bill from €50,000 per month to €27,000 – equating to annual savings of approximately €275,000.

Leveraging innovative power optimizer technology to produce even more energy, the company is estimated to achieve a ROI on its solar installation in just five years.
Further expansion of the solar plant planned, providing a ‘second life’ for the quarry once its basalt reserves run out in 2035.

SolarEdge is working with Scania Regional Council to develop a concept for agrivoltaics, enabling the production of solar energy and agricultural crops on the same land.

Sites currently under evaluation for a trial installation.

The conference “Renewable Dialogue – North Sea Energy Hub” will take place for the first time on 23 April 2024 in the Convention Center at the Hannover Exhibition Center. There, politicians and experts from Germany and Partner Country Norway will discuss the energy transition with a focus on political conditions as well as technological developments and applications.

Delta, a global leader in power management and provider of IoT-based smart green solutions, announced its participation at the Solar Solutions International 2024 Exhibition to present its integrated energy solutions, encompassing advanced photovoltaic (PV) inverters, state-of-the-art energy storage systems, and cutting-edge electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions. These include the M225HV PV Inverter, the versatile SKID-based Energy Storage System (ESS), the ultra-thin 50kW DC Wallbox 50 EV Charger, and the innovative DeltaGrid® EVM EV infrastructure management platform.

The 330kW high-power optimized inverter is certified by Intertek, designed to meet the highest safety standards in the industry

First availability of the 330kW inverter in the UK expected in H2, 2024

Canon Inc. announced today that all of the power used in FY2023 was converted to renewable energy at five locations among four manufacturing companies—Canon Suzhou Inc., Canon Vietnam Co., Ltd. (Thang Long Factory and Tien Son Factory), Canon Hi-Tech Thailand Ltd. (Ayutthaya Factory), and Canon Prachinburi Thailand Ltd.—which produce the mainstay products of its printing business such as office multifunctional devices, home inkjet printers, and large-format inkjet printers.

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