Australia’s Northern Territory is targeting 50% renewables by 2030 and has released a Roadmap to Renewables report unveiled by chief minister Michael Gunner this week.
PV Tech caught up with Thomas Chrometzka, energy programme director for GIZ Thailand, to discuss the country's rooftop PV situation, with the Solar and Off-Grid Renewables Southeast Asia conference kicking off today in Bangkok.
SolarEdge has unveiled a PV inverter with an integrated electric vehicle charger.
Arizonan utility Tucson Electric Power (TEP) has proposed a new rates structure for rooftop solar customers that would cut solar credits and instate time-of-use (ToU) rates.
Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is to embark on several new pricing options for rooftop solar customers, following an approval by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) of the utility’s new rate plan.
Solar is on the upside in the Centennial State as Xcel Energy and the public utilities commission (PUC) have approved a settlement involving more solar, fewer grid fees and a community solar scheme.
Residential installer Sunrun has teamed up with LG Chem, a Korean battery manufacturer, to offer solar-plus-storage systems in the US.
Hawaii regulators have approved a tariff for Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO) to establish interim time-of-use (TOU) rates in the utility’s biggest base rate increase in almost six years.