Self-consumption specialist joins speakers of UNEF webinar to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how the solar will be transformed by the crisis.
This year’s edition of SNEC – the world’s largest solar trade exhibition – has been postponed, the event’s organizing committee has confirmed.
ROTH Capital and Wood Mackenzie analysts have updated their outlooks on COVID-19's potential impacts on the US residential and utility-scale solar markets, respectively.
Minister says country will ‘not give up’ on green energy ambitions despite pandemic, with deadlines eased as tender contracts are awarded to ground-mount PV and others.
Firm had predicted €2.7-2.9bn net recurring income and double-digit growth of renewables unit this year but is withdrawing the forecast, amid talk of potential 'constraints' for green energy work.
Discom finance woes could raise C&I grid tariffs boosting business case for installing solar but contract reneging a concern for wider PV industry, SunSource exec tells PV Tech.
Country must use crisis as a chance to slash permitting red-tape if it hopes to restart the PV sector in time to reach steep growth targets this decade, SER-SOLER president Xavier Daval tells PV Tech
Power demand plunge under India's lockdown raises PV curtailment threats while under-construction projects face ominous delays, ACME exec tells PV Tech.
Inverter maker joins others at UNEF's online session to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how solar firms will be transformed by the crisis
UNEF webinar held days after country tightened lockdown opens window into how PV makers, investors and EPCs are adapting to the pandemic amid new temporary closures and restrictions.
Bolsonaro government postpones renewables-only tender (A-4) and auction also open to conventional sources (A-6), putting at least nearly 30GW of solar bids in the air.
Intersolar Europe 2020 has been cancelled as Europe continues to battle against the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, organisers Solar Promotion GmbH and FWTM GmbH have announced.
Supply chain delays will not trouble developers as much as return-crippling exchange rates, says consultancy Rystad Energy as it trims PV annual growth forecast from 140GW to 126GW.
Move by EU leaders to push ‘green transition’ into heart of pandemic recovery plan comes as reports of supply chain impacts spread across the bloc's major PV markets.
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