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    1. 8.3 GW of Solar PV Managed by GreenPowerMonitor Including 10 Projects Larger Than 100 MW

      8.3 GW of Solar PV Managed by GreenPowerMonitor Including 10 Projects Larger Than 100 MW

      LAS VEGAS, Nevada, US - 12 September 2017 - DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, announced a key milestone today with GreenPowerMonitor (GPM) providing monitoring, control and asset management solutions for 10 uber-large PV energy power plants in production globally. The total solar PV capacity monitored by GPM is currently 8.3 GW and is expected to reach 9 GW by the end of the year. According to DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2017, Solar PV is expected to become a major contributor to the energy supply of the future and play a significant role in decreasing the world’s carbon footprint. By 2050, PV will provide around a third of the world’s electricity representing an increase of 85 times compared to 2015.

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    2. DNV GL Announces Global Solar + Storage Services to Help the Industry Meet Challenges of Integrating Technologies and Grid Interconnection

      DNV GL Announces Global Solar + Storage Services to Help the Industry Meet Challenges of Integrating Technologies and Grid Interconnection

      DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, today announces its global Solar + Storage services to support project developers, independent power producers, financiers, utilities and component manufacturers in deploying these combined technologies in the energy market.

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