As 2019 draws to a close, PV Tech reflects on the year’s most impactful stories in the solar economy. Liam Stoker starts by looking back at the first three months of the year, when there was a major subsidy U-turn in China and the first of many manufacturing expansions.
SPONSORED: Louis Huber, independent consultant at GreenSquare SPRL coordinator of EPKI - European Perovskite Initiative; Dr. Alessandra Alberti and Dr. Ioannis Deretzis from CNR-IMM Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems Catania Italy and Prof. Dr. Mohammad Nazeeruddin, of EPFL Sion, and founder of Valais Perovskite Solar S, explore the history and future of perovskite cells.
At least two global technology leaders could set up Gigafactories to manufacture lithium-ion cells in India in the next couple of years, according to the head of the India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA).
Plans for a major financial package to support India’s domestic PV manufacturers have been cancelled by the Indian government in order to be reshaped for the current state of the industry, according to a source close to the issue.