Less red tape could bring about revival of cost-competitive PV without government incentives, Italia Solare event hears days ahead of launch of new subsidy programme.
German investor claims active asset management and careful timing have helped score “attractive return for investors” despite Spain's FiT scrapping.
Downsizing the fixed element of tariffs would bring Spain in line with European countries and help incentivise self-consumption and electric vehicles, says solar body UNEF.
The advisory group AECEA raises expectations on China's full-year deployment to 38-42GW in the wake of huge feed-in tariff awards.
Retroactive scrapping of feed-in tariffs in the early 2010s lands Madrid in major defeat against developer NextEra, which sought arbitration over project losses.
Country fails to dismiss case brought by bankrupt developer over losses from FiT changes, joins Spain among EU states risking multi-million payouts for policy u-turns.
Japanese firm wraps up construction of fourth large-scale project to date in Vietnam, with plans to switch the installation on in next few days.
Dutch financier FMO buys 40% stake of FiT-backed, €35 million Kamianka project, scheduled for commercial launch in Q4 2019.
CEO Michael Yurkovich walks PV Tech through the factors that will hasten or hinder subsidy-free success in the former Soviet republic, seen as a market-to-watch.
Four sea-anchored PV units to be developed throughout 2019 and 2020 as part of €2.3 million, FiT-backed project.
Firms to each own half of 186MWp capacity (150MW rated) built with US$180 million investment at government-sponsored Benban complex.
Firm hits 140MW PV capacity mark in the country by acquiring two SunPower-equipped plants through purchase of Andromeda PV's owner.
The UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has unveiled a new ‘Smart Export Guarantee’ with existing tariffs closing in under three months.
At the beginning of 2017, the big question regarding solar in China was whether they could repeat the stunning ~35GW performance of 2016. Yet, over the course of the year, the question transformed, quite surreally, to whether China would hit the 50GW mark in 2017, writes Apricum's Meishi Tan.
Australia’s Northern Territory is targeting 50% renewables by 2030 and has released a Roadmap to Renewables report unveiled by chief minister Michael Gunner this week.