PV might have only seen 30.22GW added throughout 2019 but ‘year-end rally’ hinted at by latest NEA figures may indicate market will rebound more than expected in 2020, analysts say.
Industry reps join Green politicians in urging for more capacity after auction awards 501MW where 1.3GW was requested, the latest oversubscription instance of a series.
SunWiz’s findings of a ‘boom’ 2019 for sub-100kW PV bring rare piece of good green news to country, reeling after weeks of deadly blazes and bitter rows over climate policies.
Carbon neutrality, renewable target and PV rooftop pledges by new Conservative-Green alliance herald ‘solar decade’ of the 2020s, says EU PV body SolarPower Europe.
López Obrador says ‘people were cheated’ as he publicly endorses plans to reopen green energy auction contracts, signed as part of his predecessor’s ‘failed’ energy reform.
‘Forget [regulator] Aneel … the tax will be ZERO’, controversial president tells social media users as he acts to block grid fee for net-metered installations in latest PV-friendly move.
Left-wing alliance between PSOE and Unidas Podemos pledges move to cost-based tenders to ensure renewable boom results in cheaper bills for citizens.
Solar Media's Editor in Chief Liam Stoker reflects on Boris Johnson’s victory and examines what the returning PM will have to do for the climate and energy sectors.
Record-low PV and wind bids at latest tech-neutral auction suggest both can be deployed ‘very quickly’ without support, says ministry in remarks that set the scene for a policy shift.
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.