MIAMI/SINGAPORE, 24 November 2014 – Conergy, one of the largest downstream solar companies globally, announced today that it will build two new solar plants totalling 41MWp in the Philippines, where it is already the market leader for solar Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC). The new projects bring Conergy’s total contracted volume in the fast-growing Asian market to 73 MWp.

The Philippines is rapidly increasing energy generation in order to reduce electricity prices, which are the fifth highest in the world, and to improve the country’s competitiveness ahead of next yea...

SAN CARLOS CITY, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Philippines, 24 November 2014 – Conergy, a leading German photovoltaic (PV) solution and service provider, has been awarded a new contract […]

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MIAMI/ LONDON, 6 November 2014 – Conergy, one of the world’s largest solar downstream companies, has won the EPC Excellence category at the UK’s prestigious 2014 Solar Industry Awards.

The award will be presented at a ceremony today at the BRE Innovation Park just outside of London. Nominations were collected from across the British industry with a final selection by an expert panel composed of representatives of the National Solar Energy Centre, BRE, Supergen Solar Hub and CREST.

Robert Goss, MD Conergy UK, said: “Conergy has always been about excellence in sola...

Milton Keynes, 30 October 2014 – Conergy, one of the world’s largest downstream solar companies, announced today that it had connected a 37MWp solar power plant to the grid, for RWE Supply & Trading, the energy trading house of European utility RWE Group.

Located on a disused airfield at Kencot Hill, close to the historic village of Burford in David Cameron’s parliamentary constituency of West Oxfordshire, the new power plant is already producing enough electricity to supply 10,000 homes in the local area. Conergy will continue to operate and maintain the plant after...