Controversial Brazilian president vetoes bill containing dispensation for PV cells as appetite mounts among foreign solar manufacturers to supply market undergoing solar transformation.
Fundación Renovables applauds region’s shift from laggard to ‘pioneer’ after the axing of planning hurdles for self-consumption, including removing need for building permits for urban installations.
Country facing multi-billion-euro court bill over subsidy u-turn offers investors stable remuneration until 2031 if they call off ongoing lawsuits.
WoodMac: Coal’s bleak future and nuclear shutdowns mean milestone lies within reach Europe-wide even if UK could overshoot it while France, Spain, Italy, Germany miss it.
Minister Borne and state secretary Poirson attend launch of Akuo’s 17MWp O’MEGA1 plant, built over 12 months and featuring Ciel & Terre Hydrelio HDPE platforms.
Government must walk the talk and address land scarcity and other bottlenecks if it hopes to deliver its 20GW-by-2025 PV capacity target, local operators warn at Energy Taiwan 2019.
Opening of annual summit this week sees island flex muscle as clean energy innovation hub but can its PV makers bounce back after years of battering by rivals in mainland China?
Complexity and costs may deter corporates from choosing avenue key to developers, lawyers Andrew Hedges, Caileen Kateri Gamache and Lee Donovan write in latest PV Tech Power issue.
Sister title Current± editor Liam Stoker examines how climate commitments by all three major UK political parties stack up against the country's net-zero target.
Solar already jumped ten-fold last year and could help Baltic state succeed in its move away from shale oil if clear targets are set, says review by global energy watchdog.
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.
Country will join Chile and others to push for Latin American 70%-by-2030 renewable goal, Iván Duque says in New York event as 100.5MW solar project gets green license.
FERC proposals to revise 40-year-old PURPA act would only further cement utilities’ ‘monopoly status’ and harm customers, US solar industry warns.
Power market reform and other urgent policy fronts mean country cannot afford paralysis, renewable body FER says as political rifts force calling of new polls.
Regulator MPSC approves settlement of dispute with Consumers Energy but solar reps believe underlying PURPA act must be enforced to stop further utility dominance.