Japanese trading giant Marubeni has picked up Taiwanese solar portfolio developer and operator Chenya Energy, intending to ramp up its floating solar exposure as a result.
Taiwan has extended PV power project completion dates on component shortages caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in China, while India is expected to advise policy changes soon.
Coronavirus-driven manufacturing delays and supply chain constraints in China are starting to impact both upstream PV manufacturers and downstream installers across other countries.
Operators tell PV Tech of large-scale growth expectations for next year regardless of minor subsidy drop for large-scale and residential PV, proposed in latest government draft.
O&M specialist will tap into pureplay credentials and word-of-mouth to capture 1GW market opportunity created by Taiwan’s solar momentum, PV Tech hears on sidelines of trade show.
Motech, AUO and other industry players speak candidly at Energy Taiwan 2019 summit of how diversification and a strategic reboot have helped turn the page from fallout and layoffs.
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.
Opening of annual summit this week sees island flex muscle as clean energy innovation hub but can its PV makers bounce back after years of battering by rivals in mainland China?
Fitch Solutions says module supply glut from Chinese companies will benefit Taiwan, but local developer tells PV Tech that locally-sourced equipment still backbone of market.
October summit will check pulse of government campaign to put Taiwan’s PV makers back on global map by fostering solid downstream ecosystem.
Vena Energy’s 70MW Mingus was built at speed to minimise impacts on endangered migratory spoonbill, whose silhouette is visible across installation from high above.
Singapore-based clean energy major enters into JV with local firm to build distributed PV over three-year period.
Tech giant Google has signed its first power purchase agreement in Asia, according to a statement from the company released on Tuesday evening.
The largest solar cell manufacturer in Taiwan, Motech Industries has added to a major restructuring of the company with the closure of its 1.1GW solar cell manufacturing plant in Taoyuan, southern Taiwan and a 916 reduction in full-time employees by 28 January 2019.
Trade delegations from India and Taiwan have failed to reach an agreement in a dispute regarding India’s safeguard duty on solar cell and module imports from developed countries as well as China and Malaysia, according to a World Trade Organisation (WTO) filing dated 2 November.