Country is ‘ready to go’ but will hold off until the crisis subsides, state secretary João Galamba tells PV Tech as he confirms details of tender designed to offer storage a fighting chance.
Segment has achieved 'remarkable' diversity in the US as it reached commercial scale and is set to grow 14-fold to 7.3GW by 2025, according to new WoodMac report.
Federal energy regulator accused of ‘overreach’ after maintaining provision that may force solar, storage and others to offer minimum prices when competing at state’s capacity market.
Microinverter supplier Enphase Energy reported yet another jump in both shipments and revenue in Q4, with recent supply deals in the US and Europe expected to grow sales even further.
Prices dropped to a three-year low as combined solar and wind output rose to 14% share of the supply mix on Australia's largest power grid.
Middle Eastern state starts taking in applications for PV scheme that may include storage element, with tender documents suggesting bidders could have to prove storage expertise.
State’s energy commission waves through roadmap by utility SMUD to install 1.5GW of utility-scale solar, 600MW of rooftop PV and 560MW of utility-scale energy storage by 2040.
Funds raised by the Climate Finance Group will go towards grid-connected and distributed renewables, energy efficiency, low-carbon transportation and energy storage in Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia.
Roadmap backed by development financier will see solar–battery–diesel mixes replace diesel-only mini-grids across 48 islands.
House E&C Committee will table act requiring suppliers to procure increasing volumes of clean energy or face compliance payments, in a bid to reach a clean US economy by mid-century.
Two energy storage modules have started producing electricity at the hybrid PV-CSP Noor-Ouarzazate solar plant in southern Morocco.
Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe reflect on the biggest news in energy storage this year, while also gazing into their crystal balls and predicting what the energy transition may hold in store for the year ahead.
Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe take a look at how utilities across the world are increasingly deploying sizeable solar and/or storage plants, and discuss the rise of long-duration storage.
Costs have tumbled to such an extent that new-build LCOEs are catching up with marginal costs of non-renewables, says firm in update that finds storage is too becoming more competitive.
The developer – which posted a revenue boost, a net income drop and a "record" number of projects awarded in the third quarter of 2019 – says it is on track to meet its full-year guidance.