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.
Former solar manufacturer signals end of shift to pureplay development as it relocates from Shanghai and names new CEO Yumin Liu and CFO Ke Chen.
Aberdeen Standard Investments makes latest move of a series in Eastern European state as it purchases 34 CfD-backed ground-mounted projects.
Government head Volodymyr Zelensky signs amended law meant to ensure green tariffs can back small PV systems on country’s rooftops and façades.
Plans by opposition party to install solar on 1.75 million UK homes have been strongly welcomed by the country’s domestic solar industry.
Move to finance panel installations with US$13,000 facilities sees the light as smaller PV segment grows exponentially to hit 415MW in Q1 2019.
Builder of first utility-scale projects and local association signal faith that like-minded government and supportive policy will clear way for renewable revolution.
Scheme open to installations of 100kW or more sees light weeks as Spanish archipelago works to add a 230MW PV pipeline to installed capacity of just 71MW.
Country to consult until 3 April on draft rules designed to offset O&M costs of individual installations across poorer, isolated areas.
Onus is now on industry to satisfy rising demand for solar, association PSES says as country prepares to tender 750MW of PV this year.