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Chinese concerns are eyeing Argentinean solar but it is unclear who else will brave the market.
One of Ecuador’s top solar developers has shunned European lenders in favour of a bank “committed to the development of Latin America.”
Accepted wisdom is that thin film will perform best in hot and humid environments. But will modules last a typical 25-year contract?
Developers are beginning to find there is plenty of space for solar between North and South Africa.
Larger-scale installations and residential PV-plus storage look set to become more the norm in Japan.
Latin American solar markets in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Central America are garnering plenty of attention. Where is next?
China, India and Japan may be making headlines, but there are potentially other exciting new solar markets to be found in Asia.
If China is serious about using renewables to combat climate change then it has a couple of things in its favour.
Central America’s battered solar markets will likely be back on track in a couple of years. But climate talks might help speed the process.