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Solar utilization in Nigeria has made strides over the last 5 years, but still remains very low despite the enormous solar potential the country has.
On the 5th of October of 2018, the Spanish government passed a landmark and historic decree (Real Decreto-ley 15/2018) that eliminated the notorious "sun tax" and paved the way for ...
The report will highlight three companies - Havenhill, Sosai and Auxano Energy - that made it their priority to bring safe, clean and reliable electricity to all Nigerians in need.
Offering insights into the trajectory of the operational phase of Northern American solar assets and portfolios, the 7th edition of Solar Asset Management North America welcomed over 500 participants.
This comprehensive industry brief, provided by the analysts from our partner IPD Latin America, summarizes the key insights, forecasts and visions shared by the energy executives that gathered at this ...
As part of our anniversary year, we're looking back at 15 years of Solarplaza history. In this piece, we highlight 3 markets we've been active in since the early days: ...
Abundant all year round sunshine makes the MENA region just the right breeding ground for solar energy production. Having said that, the dusty desert conditions make for challenging and risky ...
Over the last few years, the European solar energy industry has bounced back from a period of stagnated growth.
For solar projects that are not owned by utilities or the final customer, developers must determine to whom they shall sell their electricity.
In the effort to increase energy access in emerging markets, pay-as-you-go (PAYG) distribution of off-grid products, like solar lights, is a game-changer.