The modules will be used by U.K. developer Solarcentury for its Cabrera and Talayuela Solar projects in southern Spain.
Brazil’s PV capacity exceeds 2.5 GW
With around 2,056 MW of operational installed capacity from large-scale PV and more than 500 MW of installed distributed-generation capacity, Brazil has now surpassed Chile to become Latin America’s second-largest solar market after Mexico.
New Mexico to commit to 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2045
New Mexico is set to become the next state in the U.S. to make a clean energy commitment law, setting a goal of 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2045.
Eight trends for the PV industry in 2019
IHS Markit’s analysts have mapped out what they are keeping an eye out for in the year ahead.
All Of US Could Be Powered By Solar Alone?
Critics of solar power are often very wrong-headed about this clean, renewable source of electricity. One of the most misleading claims is that there simply can’t be enough of it to be meaningful. They seem to be unaware of various facts stating solar power in the US could easily supply electricity to 40% of the country or more, at least.
EGEB: Residential solar going mandatory in California, water-based batteries on the way, British law to impose noise for EV
California to impose solar panels on every newly constructed house. The Energy Commission will approve new regulations that include the obligation for new homes to have some sort of solar energy production by 2020. There will be exceptions for buildings which can’t fit panels or are hidden from the sun by vegetation or their urban environment.
China Installs Nearly 10 Gigawatts Of Solar In First Quarter, Up 22%
China’s utility-scale segment actually decreased by 64% in the first quarter, as compared to a year earlier, while the country’s distributed solar segment increased by a mind-boggling 217%.
Scientists Find Strange New Effect for Future Solar Cells: Flexo-photovoltaics
Scientists at the University of Warwick report that they’ve discovered a new kind of photovoltaic effect.
Jordan mulls 35% domestic content requirement for solar
A proposal to make domestic content requirement mandatory for solar PV energy projects is currently being discussed by the Jordanian Parliament.
Re-Thinking Concentrating Solar Power With Thermal Energy Storage
Solar photovoltaics (PV) has been growing at an exponential rate, more than doubling in the past 3 years to reach over 300 GW of power generation capacity.
Canadian Solar conclui venda de parque solar em MG para GPG
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