What dominated the solar headlines this week? Updates on the solar auctions in Greece and Kazakhstan; news on Tesla's delayed solar roof rollout; and project updates from Argentina, Spain, Portugal and South Korea.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? Hanergy is getting ready to re-enter the solar market. Engie set up several JVs to storm the French solar market. SMA Solar had a change in leadership.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? China's backlog of subsidy payments in putting many Chinese solar plant operators in a tough spot; the IEA published its energy projections; Solar module prices took another dive.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? Frost & Sullivan forecasted 90 GW of solar PV additions for 2018; Risen Energy was contracted to develop up to 300 MW of solar generation power to support crypto mining. Neoen launched their IPO.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? The Italian government released their updated renewables decree. The World Bank announced a wave-making $1 billion investment in battery storage in emerging markets. EGP connected over 1 GW in Mexico.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? While manufacturers like SunPower and Hanwha Q CELLS circumnavigated US trade tariffs on solar modules, new duties on solar inverters were announced. Kuwait and Turkey both announced RE auctions.
What dominated the solar headlines this week? IHS published its rankings of global EPCs for the year 2017; India announced a 25% duty on Chinese & Malaysian solar products; and Q2 installation figures for the US were released.
PVT - At the beginning of June 2015 the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ECEEE) biennial summer study in Toulon/Hyeres, France, explored solutions to our energy-related dilemmas by providing evidence-based knowledge on the full range of energy efficiency topics, as well in relation to renewable energies.
BG - The UK's solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity is set to exceed 10GW by March next year, according to new research that shows Britain remains the most "vibrant" solar market in Europe. More than 100 developers, 50 companies, and 40 investors are poised to add to the surging British solar market over the next eight months, as it continues to grow, according to a report published last week by Solar Media.
BB - Hareon Solar Technology Co., a Chinese solar-panel maker, will invest in India for the first time as the South Asian nation boosts its clean-energy capacity almost fivefold. The manufacturer will team with ReNew Power Ventures Pvt., an independent power producer backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc., to develop a 72-megawatt project in Andhra Pradesh, the companies said Monday in an e-mailed statement.