Monthly Archives: May 2019

“Seamless Soldering” – LONGi Announced New Proprietary Module Encapsulation Technology

XI’AN, China, May 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — LONGi Solar announced today that the company has developed the technology of “Seamless Soldering”, which completely eliminates the gap between cells and increases the efficiency of PV modules. …

ZNSHINE supplies 100MW pv modules for DEWA projects in Dubai

CHANGZHOU, China, May 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Znshine PV tech, a tier one Chinese solar module manufacturer, is proud to announce the signature of a 100MW solar module supply agreement with Etihad Energy services as …

منح عقد بعدة ملايين الدولارات لشركة البلوكتشين بي أل أم بي فينتيك لإعادة صوغ قطاع اللوجستيات الإندونيسي

سنغافور، 31 أيار/مايو، 2019 / بي آر نيوزواير / — وقعت شركة البلوكتشين السنغافورية بي أل أم بي فينتيك مذكرة تفاهم مساء هذا اليوم مع وكالة التجارة الحرة والميناء الحر باتام والشركة الإندونيسية سنترال ديستريبيوزي

Ethiopian PM: ‘All of My Intention and Action Is Aimed at Elevating Ethiopia’

ADDIS ABABA/WASHINGTON Editor’s note: Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed gave his first interview in Amharic to a Western news organization when he spoke to the Voice of America’s Horn of Africa service reporter Eskinder Firew, …

African Free Trade Deal Takes Effect

The African continental free trade agreement went into effect Thursday, with 24 of 54 countries ratifying it.

The plan was signed at the African Union summit in Kigali in 2016, after four years of negotiations, …

Al-Jazeera Says Sudan Shut Down Bureau Amid Sit-In Threat

The satellite news channel Al-Jazeera said Friday that Sudan shut down its bureau, just as the country’s military government warned that the Khartoum sit-in that helped bring about former ruler Omar al-Bashir’s ouster had “become …

Sudanese Tea Seller Supports Protesters with Free Food, Drinks

Protesters in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, have been holding a sit-in since April 6, demanding the military hand power to civilians. The demonstrators have been sustained through lengthy negotiations and armed attacks by donations of food …