It has always been anticipated that by the early 2020s, the feed-in tariff would have tapered away in Japan’s booming solar market. Andy Colthorpe speaks with analyst Izumi Kaizuka at RTS Corporation to learn more about what the future holds for post-subsidy solar in Japan.
Feed-in tariffs (FiTs) in Japan for solar PV systems have now been provisionally set by the national Ministry of Energy Trade and Industry (METI) for the next financial year, which begins in April.
Firm announces maiden grid-scale battery project as it enters segment after taking its renewable portfolio up to 1.9GW mark.
Total Quadran, French energy company Total’s renewables subsidiary has completed the Helio Bououparis 2 solar farm on New Caledonia and ENGIE EPS, formerly Electro Power Systems, the energy storage system (ESS) for the New Caledonia island of Lifou.
A standalone Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for energy storage in the US holds the potential to be more immediate and impactful than any other policy, the head of the US national Energy Storage Association has said.
European renewables developer Baywa r.e. will deploy a solar-plus-storage project for a goldmine in Mali.
Energy-Storage.news editor Andy Colthorpe decodes the key takeaways of the Salt Lake City show after a week where tomorrow's storage and solar took centre stage.
Newly-launched project at Bayero University Kano (BUK) will use solar (3.5MWp) and batteries (8.1MWh) to power universities and teaching hospitals.
Utility files proposals with the Missouri Public Service Commission (MoPSC) for three power plants it will invest around US$68 million to deploy.
Queensland's USC set to trial three-storey system to make air conditioning less energy-intensive and slash energy use by 40% at Sippy Downs campus.
Energy storage’s state-of-play, bifacial's fortunes in the trade war era and Latin American solar's rising star are among the key themes of latest edition of Solar Media’s journal.
Government solar agency SECI launches 1.2GW tender pairing PV and wind with batteries and other technologies able to dispatch power at least six hours a day.
Edify Energy, First Solar among firms chosen by ‘Renewables 400’ scheme, with plans now for government-owned corporation CleanCo to process bids as they come forward.
Commercial and residential solar-plus-storage customers on Long Island will be eligible for payments of US$250 per kWh of storage installed, NY Governor Andrew Cuomo has confirmed.
ENGIE Storage will provide a 4MWh energy storage system paired with a solar PV install as part of San Diego International Airport's wider energy transformation plan.