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Four international companies have been awarded 50MW solar PV projects under Jordan’s Round 2 solar PPA tender, with industry bodies hoping the results will help the Middle East solar market take off.
North Carolina Governor Patrick McCrory has signed Senate Bill 372, which extends the tax credit for renewable energy projects in the state.
France’s government has launched a tender for 50MW of projects combining solar power with energy storage systems on Corsica and its overseas islands territories.
Germany’s first ever PV tender process for ground mounted installations saw “intense competition” from a large number of bidders, according to the country’s federal regulator.
State Electricity Regulatory Commissions in India could be obliged to purchase 8% of their power generation from solar sources by March 2019, up from the original target of 3% by 2022, under a proposed policy amendment by India’s ministry of power.
German PV trade industry association BSW Solar has cast fresh doubts over the country’s new tender process for awarding ground-mount solar energy projects, saying that many would-be developers are likely to miss out.
A Louisiana House committee is pushing for restrictions on tax credits for solar installations on Lousiana residences.
The Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association (JPEA) has issued a strategy document outlining how the country could reach 100GW of installed PV generation capacity by 2030.
Solar cell and module manufacturer Suniva announced that it is powering a PV project with battery storage from Vermont-based utility Green Mountain Power (GMP.)
A Canadian solar company is suing the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) for CA$9 million for retroactively cutting its feed-in tariff (FiT).
This Wednesday will be the deadline date for submissions to Germany’s first ever competitive tender process for large-scale solar power plants, with 150MW of projects up for grabs.
Solar advocacy group ‘Tell Utilities Solar won’t be Killed’ (TUSK) has accused energy provider NV Energy of lobbying for anti-competitive measures, which attack jobs in the solar industry in Nevada.
Mississippi is pressing ahead with the development of net metering rules, the state’s Public Service Commission (PSC) confirmed on Wednesday.
A new report compiled for Japan’s Ministry of the Environment has advised that the country could triple its proportion of energy generated from renewable sources in the overall mix by 2030.
Arizona’s largest public utility company is seeking the green light to significantly raise fees levied on households with rooftop solar systems to help pay for the local grid network.