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The permitting process for solar projects in the US is notoriously complicated. Felicity Carus looks at ways it can be improved for the good of the industry.
The theft of modules from large PV plants, particularly in remote areas, is on the rise. Fergus March reports on some of the increasingly creative methods being used by companies to beat the criminals.
It is hard to imagine any marketing scenario in which citing leading ranking metrics would be off the radar. But just think for one minute: when was the last time a PV equipment supplier announced leading ranking status with any fanfare? Or proclaimed a purchase order that would catapult revenues beyond fiscal year guided levels?
Crowdfunding is becoming an increasingly popular tool in the US for raising capital for solar installations. Felicity Carus asks what all the hype is about.
The rush to build large-scale ground-mount projects to qualify for the 2ROCs incentive rate has pushed cumulative UK demand to 2.5GW. NPD Solarbuzz’s Finlay Colville looks at a record quarter for the UK.
Europe’s trade standoff with China has generated countless contradictory rumours. Nilima Choudhury and Peter Bennett look beyond the headlines to ascertain what the EC’s final decision next week will mean for solar.
Electricity legislation introduced in the US in the 1970s has untapped potential for encouraging renewables, says Felicity Carus.
A growing number of sporting stadia in the US are now sourcing their power from solar installations. Peter Bennett looks at some of the most high profile examples
Mexico has all the right conditions for a solar boom. Felicity Carus investigates what it will take to turn promise into reality.
In a 24 hour whirlwind trip to Switzerland, I visited the headquarters of technology start-up firm SwissINSO, where I was able to see first hand the development of a new technology that is set to bring more colour to the PV market, specifically the BIPV and solar thermal sector.