New utility-scale PV plant planned for British Virgin Islands

Clean Energy,Common,Projects,Sustainability,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on July 11, 2019 at 09:07

meeco in the final tender stage for PV project on Tortola

Experienced in pioneering and realizing clean energy projects in the Caribbean meeco has successfully entered the final round in a PV energy tender for Tortola, located in the heart of the British Virgin Islands. A renowned investment group jointly with the Government has planned a utility-scale PV project in the Cox Heath area in the west of Tortola in order to shave-off energy costs and to initiate the energy transition as a part of its National Energy Transition Strategy. read more

Business delegation visited meeco offices in Germany

Clean Energy,Common,Conference,Cooperations,Projects,Sustainability — The meeco Group on May 24, 2019 at 12:36

Industry representatives from South America meet renewable energy experts

This month, a business delegation from South America has visited the offices of The meeco Group in Dresden, Germany. As part of a business trip in Saxony, the representatives of South American companies from the fields of environmental technology, energy and efficiency technology stopped in Dresden in order to get to know the work of the Swiss-headquartered renewable energy provider. The meeting of the entrepreneurs from Chile, Columbia and Peru and the board of The meeco Group took place at the premises of meeco Communication Services. This German meeco subsidiary is responsible for the communication and marketing activities of the Group worldwide and moreover supports national and international companies in entering new markets and enhancing their brand image.

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Groupe Filatex and meeco implementing sun2park solar solutions in Madagascar

Africa,Clean Energy,Common,Continents,Projects,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on March 28, 2019 at 10:40

Installation of two 45 kWp clean energy systems

Having entered the renewable energy market in Madagascar in 2018, The meeco Group is about to start the installation of the first small scale solar projects on the island. meeco’s international team is currently performing the last installation preparations for two 45 kWp sun2park solar solutions, energy custom-made for carports, to be commissioned near Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar. The projects were developed in close cooperation with Groupe Filatex, a renowned Malagasy company, with its subsidiary ENELEC being one of the leading energy producers on the island.

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meeco to implement 7 MWp industrial clean energy solution in Fiji

Clean Energy,Common,Projects,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on January 30, 2019 at 12:55

Lion One Metals and meeco signed Term Sheet Agreement for building sun2live solar hybrid system

Remote islands face the severe threats of negative effects of climate change. The Swiss-based clean energy provider The meeco Group is conversant in developing on- and off-grid clean energy solutions for remote areas and will now spur the deployment of large- and medium-scaled clean energy solutions in the island state of Fiji.

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The meeco Group welcomes new Commercial Director

Common — The meeco Group on January 17, 2019 at 15:55

Mr. Hartmut Boden becomes new member of the Board of Directors

The new year starts with a substantial change for the meeco team: As of January 2019, Mr. Hartmut Boden has assumed the position of Commercial Director of The meeco Group. The German economist is the successor of Mr. Konstantin Wolf, who has been part of the company for 15 years and pursues new challenges now. Mr. Boden has a long-term experience in the commercial area, but also in the field of renewable energies. As Commercial Director and part of the realigned management board, he will contribute to further drive meeco’s approach to spread clean energy worldwide. read more

meeco participated in IRENA Innovation Week

Common — The meeco Group on September 7, 2018 at 11:48

The meeco group participated at the IRENA Innovation Week 2018 in Bonn, Germany.

Innovations driving the global energy transformation were discussed in Bonn

This week, the “IRENA Innovation Week 2018: Solutions for a Renewable-Powered Future” has taken place in Bonn, Germany. Around 250 leading companies, innovators, policy makers and investors participated in this event presenting and discussing technologies and business models that can accelerate the renewable power transition. Thereby, policy makers and industry representatives had the opportunity to exchange and inform each other about the status of such emerging technologies and innovations, necessary regulations and the general needs of the transforming electricity sector. As a winner of the CREF award for the implementation of the best utility scale solar project in the Caribbean a 10 MWp solar energy project cluster for Antigua and Barbuda, we were invited to participate in this renowned event and share our visions and approaches for a sustainable energy future.

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meeco to enter the clean energy market of Madagascar

Africa,Clean Energy,Common,Projects,Sustainability,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on September 3, 2018 at 10:04

Madagascar offers perfect conditions for implementing solar energy plants.

Groupe Filatex and The meeco Group have agreed implementation of solar power plants to feed clean energy into the island’s electricity grid

Located in the Indian Ocean, the Republic of Madagascar known for its outstanding rich biodiversity, has an excellent natural potential for solar energy thanks to its geographical position and the strong solar radiation. In order to benefit from these advantageous climate conditions and to generate reliable clean energy to feed and stabilise the national grid, Groupe Filatex and meeco have recently signed a cooperation agreement.  In the initial phase, the agreement sets the basis to build, own and operate three solar energy projects: two utility-scale sun2live PV power plants with a nominal capacity of 7 MW and 8 MW, and one hybrid solar diesel project comprising of two parts each with a nominal capacity of 500 kWp.

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meeco further strengthens its management team

Common — The meeco Group on August 27, 2018 at 12:11

New CEO and CIO to support company’s realignment

As international clean energy provider, The meeco Group is actively working to spread renewable energy across five continents. Through the large network of regional offices and strategic partners worldwide, meeco is able to provide customised and first-class renewable energy solutions adapted to the respective local needs and conditions. “In order to maintain these high standards and continue developing new markets within the changing energy sector, we have decided to implement an internal realignment and have restructured the management board accordingly”, states Dr. Wolfgang Weirich, President of the Board of Directors of The meeco Group. read more

meeco enters clean energy market in Saudi Arabia with new local partnership

Asia,Clean Energy,Common,Projects,Sustainability,Technical Solutions — The meeco Group on July 2, 2018 at 15:44

The sunset in Saudi Arabia.

sun2roof solar equipment shipped to Khobar City to be installed on three roofs

With up to 2,800 kWh/m2 per year Saudi Arabia has one of the highest solar radiations worldwide. Recognising the tremendous potential of solar energy in Saudi Arabia, we have entered into negotiations with Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs several years ago. Nationally subsidised power prices and the huge oil reserves in the country though have limited the incentive to invest into clean energy solutions such as photovoltaic until yet.

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Jumby Bay island to benefit from additional clean energy supply

Clean Energy,Common,Latin America,Projects — The meeco Group on June 22, 2018 at 11:46

 The sun2roof solar system on Jumby Bay.

PV Energy equips Antiguan island with autonomous sun2live micro grid

The small private island Jumby Bay, located in the north of Antigua, will soon reach almost complete autarky in terms of power supply. After the installation of eleven sun2live and sun2roof solar installations with a total capacity of 404 kWp last year, the clean energy provider PV Energy now expands this solar energy project and is about to implement a sun2safe xl managed micro grid. Upon completion of this installation, the whole area will nearly exclusively be supplied with reliable and carbon-free quality energy, which makes the island a model example for sustainability.

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