Mexican solar said to have boomed to cumulative 5GW in 2019 despite rows with the government, while street protest-ridden Chile thought to have hit renewable target five years in advance.
EU’s plan to lead the global fight for a greener and fairer economy finds European PV ready for a deployment surge, after installing 16.7GW continent-wide in stellar 2019.
Limiting solar’s share in the Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) to 10% is “disappointing”, the Irish Solar Energy Association (ISEA) has said, whilst welcoming the ambition shown in decarbonisation.
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.
Cabinet deal enshrines solar as top renewable source in a decade's time but PV operators believe ambition falls short of level required by climate change.
Stats paint bright future for Australian renewable roll-out, Victoria rebate chaos pushes solar reps to streets, Overland’s 110MW project cleared despite opposition.
Development money will bankroll US$415m-plus Solar City scheme, meant to install 350MW worth of PV car parks, heaters and distributed generation.
Plans by opposition party to install solar on 1.75 million UK homes have been strongly welcomed by the country’s domestic solar industry.
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.
The Indian state of Tamil Nadu is planning to be an international climate leader for emerging economies by 2023 through its new target of 9GW of solar PV by the same year.
The far eastern Indian state of Mizoram has adopted its own solar power policy targeting 80MW of solar deployment by 2012/22.
UPDATED: The Goa Energy Development Agency (GEDA) has invited comments on its ‘Solar Policy-2017’, attempting to move away from the state's reliance on thermal power from other parts of India.
In the first Presidential debate last night, candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton could not have made their differing opinions on solar and climate change clearer.
Sierra Leone will be the first country participating in the UK’s Energy Africa campaign, launching a series of renewable energy initiatives to eradicate energy poverty in Sierra Leone via solar solutions and off-grid technologies.