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.
Country fails to dismiss case brought by bankrupt developer over losses from FiT changes, joins Spain among EU states risking multi-million payouts for policy u-turns.
CEO Michael Yurkovich walks PV Tech through the factors that will hasten or hinder subsidy-free success in the former Soviet republic, seen as a market-to-watch.
Two newly-tabled bills supporting energy storage are enjoying cross-party support and look likely to pass unopposed, an analyst has said.
Millions would back removing cap set to kick in once 47GW-plus industry hits 52GW capacity mark, says association BSW Solar as government mulls next moves.
Far right will lack clout to reverse clean energy progress despite gains at EU election that dented support to mainstream parties, analysts and associations tell PV Tech.
Could subsidy-free revive Italy's industry after years of paralysis? Association ANIE Rinnovabili walks PV Tech through the road ahead for Europe’s slumbering PV giant.
Government proposal could pave way to tariff hikes and stunt growth of the power market, six associations warn in joint letter to president.
Socialist poll winners should retain minister Ribera after first few months of clean energy policy achievements, say PV reps and legal experts.
Fitch: Solid state support will help capacity soar from last year’s 26GW to 105.9GW in 2028, as impact of tariff and tax measures dilute in a few years.
PV industry says annual 400MW could be added as new rules push country to an era of untaxed, remunerated self-consumption and legal shared arrangements.
LSS2019 special report: Top official lays out how EU legislation will ease PV’s struggles with PPAs, permitting and policy u-turns as it works to become mainstream.
Rooftop PV to become mandatory across large parking sites and new buildings by 2020 to help Spanish archipelago become 100% renewable by 2050.
Taiwan’s Energy Bureau is expected to approve an increase of the cap on individual solar project sizes from 500kW to 2MW in Q3 this year.