Interest in energy-related blockchains is soaring as the technology opens up new possibilities for solar producers and consumers.
A digital currency designed to accelerate solar generation could be worth up to €30 per MWh in three years time.
Following our recent webinar “How to Manage Currency Risks for RE Projects in Africa”, we have summarized the most important conclusions in this article.
Europe’s yieldcos have largely avoided the turmoil seen in the US and face an upbeat future despite the UK’s split from the European Union.
As emerging market banks gradually grow used to solar, the bankability issue for developers is increasingly around off-takers and currency, not projects.
The database system underpinning the bitcoin currency could serve to record distributed energy transactions, an expert says.
After an inflexion point in 2013, solar power has become a respectable asset class for capital markets wielding up to $130 trillion in funds.
A lack of sustainably growing markets means the yieldco phenomenon might not be much of an option for Asian solar firms, experts say
Moves are underway to establish a new green bank in a newly industrialised country such as Chile, India or Mexico.
A carbon tax law currently under discussion in South Africa will likely benefit solar even though there is uncertainty over some details.
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