Government head Volodymyr Zelensky signs amended law meant to ensure green tariffs can back small PV systems on country’s rooftops and façades.
Claims of €20/MWh bids emerge as country sets sights on next week to publish results of 1.4GW tender, which must choose winners from 10GW worth of projects.
Bipartisan push throws legislative lifeline to solar as hundreds of mayors from all US states sign pledge to make PV a core part of cities’ energy future.
Ex-energy minister Andrea Leadsom comes back to Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to succeed Greg Clark as energy secretary.
Northern Territory grants major project status to world’s largest PV scheme by developer SunCable, which wants it to power its home state of Singapore.
Legislative clarity and tax deductions could help fuel 40-fold boom of solar to power 10% of electricity mix in Nordic state, says industry lobby Svensk Solenergi.
Government flags solar’s ‘poorly designed’ applications as it moves to force projects to get indicative go-ahead from grid operator before subsidies are awarded.
France and the Netherlands put forward new renewable support measures and lay out how far they are willing to go subsidising PV, wind and others.
Firm boasts of 6.6GW pipeline and speculation-free approach as it sets sights on becoming country’s top IPP by 2023.
Democrat presidential hopefuls pen letter warning thousands of jobs lie at risk if ITC is withdrawn before alternative support schemes are rolled out.
Worlds of Wall Street and renewables collide as utility-scale and community solar schemes find investor suitors at stock exchange event.
PV finalists revealed for Brazilian renewable tender of 28 June, Argentinian MP proposes new renewable target, Chile names new Energy minister after scandal.
Solar tables 29.7GW of all 100GW-plus bids for A-6 tender, Distributed generation hits threshold, Restaurant chain contracts 5.3MW of PV.
Siemens urges island to seize window of solid economics and add 1.8GW of PV and 920MW of battery storage by 2023, rebuilding grid ruined by storm Maria.
EDF, Engie and others will back decade-long policy and research scheme to bring back upstream ‘champions’, able to take on Asian rivals.