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January 28, 2016
By Ben Willis
The need for solar to find new ways of staying competitive in the US is increasing as a the pace of hardware cost reductions slows. Ben Willis looks at efforts going on to tackle some of the persistently high soft costs involved in US solar development
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January 19, 2016
By John Parnell
Dubai’s sub-six cents solar farm raised eyebrows when it was announced but when you examine the technology to be deployed and finance that’s paying for it, sceptics may wish to look away. John Parnell reports on what the project signifies for solar in the Middle East
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January 13, 2016
By Andy Colthorpe
The unsung hero in the grid revolution is the data that enables new technology and provides more control of an increasingly complex system. Andy Colthorpe explores the growing role for Big Data in energy networks.
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December 22, 2015
By Tom Kenning
India's ongoing state solar auctions have seen some record low prices bid for the capacity up for tender, but is it a sustainable trend? Tom Kenning reports.

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