The promise of green hydrogen has been around for years. Often doubted due to concerns, the technology seems to be gaining momentum lately.
It is not a secret that the Australian solar market is growing by leaps and bounds; 81% of the top 35 operational projects were connected only in the year 2018.
The Dutch PV market is flourishing and has now reached between 4.3-4.5 GW of cumulative capacity, growing by 1.3-1.5 GW in 2018 according to estimates from Peter Segaar (PolderPV).
The paradigm of large-scale solar is in the midst of radical changes due to the advent of solar market parity, or in other words, the rise of unsubsidized solar projects.
Self consumption of solar power has become an attractive proposition for an increasing number of commercial energy consumers in France.
Italy, one of the earliest countries in Europe to reach solar market parity is now fully ready to take an influx of solar energy.
Last November, the news regarding Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) proposal on reducing the feed-in tariff for large-scale PV projects spread like wildfire across the industry.
With the advent of solar market parity projects in Spain, the impact of the so-called "cannibalization effect" starts taking a bigger role as more renewables are added into the system.
France’s solar energy market has shown great potential over the past years, which has caused a great need for clarity on what exactly is driving the transformation.
Thomas Brenner (Oli Systems), was joined by Nick Gogerty (SolarCoin Foundation), and Thomas Boersma (Solarplaza) to take a deep dive to explore the applications for blockchain for the energy industry.
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