Lior Handelsman, VP of marketing and product strategy and founder at SolarEdge, discusses how important a role PV system design tools are now playing in energy management.
Industry association GÜNDER tells PV Tech it expects mix of large-scale tenders and net metering support for smaller systems will drive annual gigawatt-scale growth starting this year.
Countries in the Persian Gulf are coming to terms with the realities of greater proliferation of renewable energy, eyeing secondary reserve, flexible generation and grid management to cater for an expected explosion of solar capacity in the region.
Solar PV will play a critical role in the energy transition in Abu Dhabi and the wider Emirates, government figures tell this year's World Future Energy Summit.
Sharp Energy Solutions has placed Vietnam’s solar market firmly in its crosshairs with the establishment of a new development JV.
Further details surrounding Ireland’s long-awaited Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auctions have been released, including critical compliance and process information.
US Congress and the White House have failed to agree an extension to the US solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), paving the way for the credit to be cut from next month.
Energy firm takes the floor at closing COP25 summit to announce plans for 1.7GW-plus ‘megaproject’ in Teruel, featuring PV (1.5GW), wind (139MW) and storage (160MW).
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.
Endesa subsidiary will invest €60m to build portfolio across Spanish archipelago after reaping support at territory’s 326MW-plus first solar tender in mid-October, backed with EU funds.
Extending deadlines for auction-backed projects would help developers struggling to line up financing after months of political swings and economic adversity, says trade body CADER
Enel has announced a multi-billion-euro upgrade to its renewables investment programme as the utility plans to derive 60% of its power generation from renewables by 2022.
Three of the UK’s four main political parties have now unveiled their manifestos for next month's General Election, with all paving the way for a significant boost to the deployment of new solar.
Iberdrola’s record investment into renewables and networks is outperforming expectations, freeing the utility to invest even more creating a “virtuous circle of growth”, the company’s chairman has said.
Luminous Energy has commenced connection works on its 162MWac solar farm in Australia, with the developer eyeing up 1.2GW of works across multiple markets.