Petrosolar and Conergy’s first collaboration synchronized to Luzon Grid

 

Tarlac City, Philippines, 3 March 2016 -  Conergy, a leading German photovoltaic (PV) solution and service provider and PetroSolar Corporation, a company owned by PetroGreen Energy Corporation (PetroGreen) and EEI Power Corporation (EEIPC), held the inauguration of the Tarlac Solar Power Project (TSPP).

In the past few days here in Paris, there’s been excitement about the possibility of including mention of a 1.5 degree Celsius temperature limit in the COP21 agreements, a shift from the historical limit of 2 degrees endorsed by most developed nations.

A new voice emerged at COP for the low-lying island nations subject to the immediate effects of climate change, and it’s 18-year-old Aussie-Filipino poet Eunice Andrada.

The teenager is one of a team of four poets who travelled to Paris for COP21 from the islands of Samoa, the Philippines, the Marshall Islands, and Guam to tell their nations’ stories of climate change in a voice that may speak louder than delegations, legal jargon, and policy positions can. 

Conergy to Complete 400 MW in Southeast Asia by Q1 2016

MIAMI, FLORIDA — OCTOBER 15, 2015 — Today, Conergy announces 231 MW of new solar project contracts signed in Southeast Asia, bringing the company to a total of 400 MW and making Conergy a clear market leader in the region. In total, the projects will power hundreds of thousands of homes and offset the Southeast Asia carbon footprint by hundreds of thousands of tons per year, equivalent to taking tens of thousands of cars off the road.

Manila, Philippines — September 22, 2015 – Conergy, a leading photovoltaic (PV) solution and service provider, was recently awarded a new contract by Monte Solar Energy Inc. a joint venture between Ayala Corp.’s AC Energy Holdings Inc. and Bronzeoak Philippines Inc. to build an 18-megawatt (MWp) solar power plant in Bais, Negros Oriental.