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Saudi Arabia offers one of world’s lowest solar energy costs

Saudi Arabia offers one of world’s lowest solar energy costs

Solar power costs have fallen dramatically over the last five years, thanks to lower module prices, lower balance of system costs, and increased competition at the development and EPC level. Financing costs have also decreased as investors recognize the low-risk profile of solar assets. As a result, solar power is now cheaper than most alternative power sources.

"I love my Mac. I just wish it came in green"

05 Aug 14 - 11:24 CEST
"I love my Mac. I just wish it came in green"

Last April Apple released a beautiful promo-video titled "better". Though many cynics will still discount the computer giant's efforts as window(s) dressing, Apple has actually gotten a lot 'better' in its environmental and sustainability policies since it ...

TOP 5 Renewable Energy Crowdfunding Platforms

15 Jul 14 - 09:43 CEST
TOP 5 Renewable Energy Crowdfunding Platforms

Over the years we’ve seen and experienced many challenges and barriers in the constantly evolving renewable energy industry. There are regulatory hurdles, technical challenges, and consumer acceptance, to name a few. But one of the biggest impediments to ...

New investment models attract billions to solar assets

13 Jun 14 - 10:46 CEST
New investment models attract billions to solar assets

LONDON – Rapidly emerging investment vehicles and models like Yieldcos and Independent Power Producers (IPP’s) are opening up the solar market for large scale investments, making solar assets investable for big investors. Portfolios being sold on the ...

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Chinese coal consumption just fell for first time this century

There may be a light at the end of the long dark tunnel: It appears China’s coal boom is over. ...

Yingli Leads Chinese Solar Stock Rally on Supply Outlook

Chinese solar manufacturers rallied in U.S. trading, led by Yingli Green Energy Holding Co. (YGE), on speculation a global supply ...

China, Saudi Arabia to cooperate on renewable energy development

Saudi Arabia is gearing up to generate approximately 30% of its power needs from its greatest energy source – that ...

Mexico Approves 220 Megawatts of Solar Projects, Economista Says

The Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission approved seven photovoltaic projects with combined installed capacity of 220 megawatts, El Economista said.

Uruguay Agrees to Buy 9.8 Megawatts of Solar Power for 30 Years

Uruguay’s state-owned power company agreed to buy power from two solar farms with a total of 9.8 megawatts of capacity ...

Rajasthan could cancel 4GW World Bank solar project

The Indian state of Rajasthan’s 4GW mega solar power project could be cancelled. The chief minister of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje ...

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