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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.
The UK has experienced its annual surge of activity for developers to complete and connect solar farm projects in time to receive financial support under a scheme that has now partially expired.
The US state of Georgia has approved a bill which supporters hope will greatly improve the economic competitiveness of solar, freeing up the leasing of solar PV system equipment from third parties.
The rush to have projects connected ahead of a key deadline under the UK’s main large-scale solar support mechanism has the potential to cause future grid problems, the boss of a connection engineering firm has warned.
Singapore is hoping that their first ever dual solar and conventional electricity contract will help reduce the city-state’s nearly complete dependence upon fossil fuels for electricity.
Japan has confirmed it will make big cuts to the feed-in tariff (FiT) payable for solar, which have been expected for some time, dropping the rate by around 16%, from ¥32 (US$0.27) per kWh to ¥27 per kWh by July.
France has launched a procurement round for 120MW of solar power.
In a joint statement from the Australian Minister for the Environment and Minister for Industry and Science, the government proposed a new approach to Australia’s renewable energy target (RET).