Clean Energy Council urges ministers meeting for COAG Energy Council this week to ease grid access and harmonise state clean energy targets and schemes.
Trade body Holland Solar lauds government’s move to use unspent 2019 money to award extra €1.5-2 billion in 2020, with subsidies targeted at this year’s failed applicants.
Solar industry joins clean energy players slamming move by network operators to temporarily halt project additions until grid has had time to expand.
Eurocham executive tells PV Tech that grid congestion troubles are not going away and new FiT proposals may exacerbate problem.
Stark warning from watchdog AEMC piles new spotlight on dangers posed by country’s embattled grid, with major investor groups lobbying against revenue-crippling power loss calculations.
Regulator MPSC approves settlement of dispute with Consumers Energy but solar reps believe underlying PURPA act must be enforced to stop further utility dominance.
Monopoly utility EVN warns of forthcoming grid integration challenges but aims to help investors hit COD targets.
LSS2019 special report: Top official lays out how EU legislation will ease PV’s struggles with PPAs, permitting and policy u-turns as it works to become mainstream.
Operator REE to deploy €3.2bn until 2022 to back energy transition plans, with €1.53 billion earmarked for renewable integration and €215m for storage.
Grid expansion push is first of nine projects set to help country accommodate renewable surge all the way to 2025.
Industry body: Urgent review needed for marginal loss factor system causing “unpredictable hits” to the financial viability of PV and others.
Large-scale event reportedly scheduled for June or July comes as part of government plans to greatly expand still-dormant PV sector.
Solar campaigners hail electoral promise by New South Wales Labor for fresh 7GW in renewable capacity but distribution lobby urges to consider grid implications
Consultancy firm Bridge to India explains how southern India represents a test case for grid integration of variable renewable energy, accounting for 45% of the country’s total wind and solar power capacity.
The Indian state of Karnataka is planning to increase its solar energy targets to 6GW, up from the 2GW set in 2014.