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Module and cell manufacturer Talesun has partnered with local energy firm Anadolu Enerji to develop and build solar farms in Turkey.
Portugal-based Martifer Solar has completed the construction of two PV plants in Romania totalling 5.41MWp.
German project developer SAG Solarstrom has cancelled a triple-digit megawatt pipeline citing onerous financial commitments required to start projects.
Bulgaria has become the latest European country to impose a charge on revenue from solar and wind energy projects.
German module manufacturer asola is to resume production at its facility in Erfurt.
Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) thin-film solar module maker Calyxo has commissioned a new 60MW production line at its Bitterfeld-Wolfen plant in Germany.
Toshiba Corporation has announced that it will market an onsite consumption solar power system for apartment buildings in Germany from March next year.
The Netherlands has removed a distribution fee for solar owners looking to put excess power back onto the grid.
The UK government has set revised strike prices for large-scale solar under its new ‘Contracts for Difference’ (CfD) renewables support system that will come into effect from next year.
Construction has begun on a 1.3MW concentrator PV (CPV) plant in Alcoutim, southern Portugal.
The UK government is to announce “dramatic” cuts today in support for both solar and onshore wind, according to the BBC.
The German Federal Network Agency’s monthly PV registration figures reveal nearly 226MW of PV systems were registered in October, continuing the country’s trend of falling installation rates this year.
EU ProSun, the alliance of European solar manufacturers that brought the Chinese anti-dumping case, has said it is confident the European Court will rule that the resolution of the deal is not in line with the commission’s own rules.
An estimated 16,000 protestors attended a demonstration in Berlin on Saturday, aimed at ‘saving’ Germany’s Energiewende renewable energy policy from possible attack by the incoming coalition government.
EU governments have approved the anti-dumping measures on solar imports from China set out in August and confirmed that they will also form the basis of the resolution to the parallel anti-subsidy investigation.