Engineering, procurement and construction firms such as Sterling & Wilson are breaking into new markets after triumphing in India.
In a global economy, crowdfunding could shake up solar finance in the way PayPal shook up how we pay for products and services online.
Despite complaints from some over the pace and clarity of reforms, solar still has much to gain in Mexico.
There are challenges associated with raising finance in non-traditional markets. Crowdfunding looks like a credible alternative.
Low oil prices and a cabinet reshuffle may have changed things in Saudi Arabia, but that won’t re-ignite the nation’s solar hopes.
IBC sees ‘huge potential’ in India and aims to take part in 7 GW of projects over the next seven years.
Following a spell as one of the fastest-growing solar markets in the world, Japan looks set to follow a more sedate rate of PV adoption from now on.
Investors in the much-hyped Panamanian PV market are sitting out a period of low energy costs caused by cheap oil and a glut of hydro.
Crowdfunding has become increasingly important as a source of financing for renewable energy, and the platforms are starting to make a real difference.
A plummeting currency and troubles at manufacturing giant Yingli might hint at problems for China’s solar companies. That’s not the case, though.
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Solar Asset Management Europe 2015
20 Oct - 21 Oct
Renewable Energy Crowdfunding Conference 2015
Solar PV Trade Mission Central America & Colombia 2015
16 Nov - 20 Nov
Panama City, Panama & Bogota, Colombia
Yieldcon US 2015
New York, USA
Emerging market crowdfunding: it’s not just solar lanterns
Red tape clouds India’s PV promise
Mexico’s electricity reforms still on track to boost solar
Little hope for quick cure to Saudi’s solar malaise