‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member concludes facilities in Ohio and Malaysia are exempt so far from government restrictions, while Vietnam factory remains 'not affected'.
Government orders state, local and police reps to ensure staff are allowed to work at offices and access installations, the latest green energy reprieve by a country facing steep 2022 targets.
Government approves previously floated plans to allow renewable developers to invoke ‘force majeure’ clauses to win more time as virus continues to disrupt PV supply chains.
Hybrid tender will mix PV, wind and others with thermal power plants to offset the impacts from intermittent renewable capacity coming online.
Leading SMSL member confirms milestones for shipments (14.3GW), gross profit (US$780.2m) and others in 2019, predicting COVID-19 will not “materially” hurt business
Masdar, EDP, Engie, Ib Vogt, JinkoSolar, Lightsource BP and Scatec Solar among dozens of firms submitting EOI for Sherabad project, the first of ADB-backed 1GW series.
Source confirms reports claiming Actis is to take over large-scale portfolio, boosting market footprint for investor already targeting Indian solar through dedicated unit.
Country could avoid costs and grid chaos if it learns from Germany and Vietnam's FiT lessons and opts instead for competitive auctions, says new IEEFA report.
Major solar inverter supplier Sungrow has signed a 100MW deal with Japanese company YUASA, aimed at addressing solar and energy storage needs in the changing landscape of Japan’s renewable energy market.
Some intriguing, colourful and exciting images of new tech, new solutions and one or two 'only in Japan' ideas from Day One of World Smart Energy Week, incorporating PV Expo, International Smart Grid Expo, Battery Japan Expo and more.
Politburo resolution proposing green energy targets for 2030 (15-20%) and 2045 (25-30%) emerges as country embarks on FiT-to-auction shift to ease PV grid bottlenecks.
Plans for sizeable layoffs by 2022 will mostly affect administrative and non-operational staff in Germany, says poly player of new roadmap launched after €55m losses last year.
Country told competitive bidding could take PV market to ‘tens of gigawatts’ within 10 years, turning the page from grid chaos driven by feed-in tariffs last year.
Project destined to provide power to National Electric Networks of Uzbekistan is first in a 1GW solar programme being developed by the government and the Asian Development Bank.
Formerly New Delhi-based firm endorses India's efforts towards 175GW-by-2022 renewable capacity target at event marking HQ relocation to UK capital.