Market Watch

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Recently name checked as among the cheapest places in the world to develop solar, Chile has emerged as a particularly popular destination for solar finance. But as the country proceeds towards a 100% renewables target, political instability and legacy network issues stand in its way. Molly Lempriere explores how Chile can leap those hurdles on its way to a green grid.
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An increasing number of banks are turning away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy financing. As Catherine Early reports, despite the chilling effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the industry, hopes are high that a tipping point is nearing.
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A late rally boosted China’s domestic solar installations in 2019 to a better-than-expected 30.22GW. But Frank Haugwitz asks whether a renewed interest in locally available coal and an economic slowdown could conspire to slow recent momentum in China’s energy transition, in which solar has played a central role.
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It has always been anticipated that by the early 2020s, the feed-in tariff would have tapered away in Japan’s booming solar market. Andy Colthorpe speaks with analyst Izumi Kaizuka at RTS Corporation to learn more about what the future holds for post-subsidy solar in Japan.
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New stats show Turkish solar has swiftly boomed to 6GW despite the national chaos after the 2016 coup attempt. Can the country continue to dodge volatility as it vies to become a 1GW-a-year PV market via a mix of large-scale and net-metering policies? José Rojo investigates.
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India’s government insists that its target of 100GW solar by 2022 is still on track. But after 2019 proved another disappointing year, will the sector’s barriers be overcome in time? Catherine Early reports.
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From China’s bullish manufacturers to Malaysia’s blossoming ecosystem and Taiwan’s downstream ambitions, Asia has come to shape the fortunes of global solar. José Rojo charts the continent’s dazzling ascent after visiting all three markets in late 2019.
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Despite several years of incredible momentum in the Australian solar market, energy policy wars raging in Canberra are prompting investors to take pause. What does the election of Prime Minister Scott Morrison – who famously brandished a lump of coal in parliament to show his support – and a federal renewables policy void mean for the industry? Cecilia Keating reports.
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Simple economics are starting to overcome a reluctance to consider renewable energy in a region dominated for decades by powerful fossil fuel interests. Catherine Early reports.
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For the past two years, Taiwan’s PV manufacturers have been weathering a heavy storm prompted by shifting global demand for their wares. But as Carrie Xiao reports, government efforts to stimulate a local end market for PV is proving to be a potential lifeline

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