Traditionally wind-leaning Nordic state could witness PV surge from 998MW in 2018 to 5GW in 2030 and 7.3GW by 2040 via mix of auction and free-market approach, government stats show.
Annual global PV installations in 2019 are expected to rise by 18%, reaching a generation capacity of 123GW on the year, according to the latest report released by IHS Markit.
US utility-scale solar installs dipped below 1GW in Q3 2018, according to the latest WoodMackenzie US Solar Market Insight Report.
PV Tech caught up with Vikas Bansal, head of Business Development, Solar International, at one of the world's largest solar EPC firms, Sterling & Wilson, to discuss which geographies show the most promise for solar development at present and in the future.
Smaller companies are finding it increasingly difficult to enter the Indian large-scale solar market and partake in the multi-gigawatts of competitive auctions for PV capacity.
The US solar sector is set to exceed expectations for deployment in 2018, according to the latest quarterly figures from GTM Research.
Inverter shipments in Europe suggest the continent is braced for another strong period of growth in 2018.
The US installed 10.6GW of solar in 2017, according to figures released by GTM Research.
China officially added 24.4GW of solar power capacity in the first half of 2017, according to new government data.
More than 80GW of solar PV will be installed just in 2017, despite a slowdown in annual demand growth, according to the latest ‘Global Solar Demand Monitor Q2 2017’ from GTM Research.
India will install an estimated 8.8GW of solar in 2017 according to the consultancy and market research firm Bridge to India.
Global PV demand for 2017 could be as high as 85GW according to market research firm GTM.
ITRPV has chosen PV CellTech as the event to premiere the ITRPV annual release again in March 2017. Finlay Colville caught up with Markus Fischer, Co-Chair of the ITRPV Steering Committee.
New data from China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has revealed that an additional 34.24GW of solar was connected to the country’s grid in 2016.
Solar power produced 1% of India’s electricity in H1 2016/2017, according to data from Mercom Capital.