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Greece awards nearly all wind, solar capacity at auction as prices drop

Households and companies in Greece may see a decline in electricity tariffs after the latest auction of solar and wind capacity. Regulators accepted offers...

IFC, EBRD, European Union Finance Armenia’s First Utility-Scale Solar Project

The International Finance Corporation (IFC), European Union (EU), and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) have joined hands to support the development of...

MNRE rolls out guidelines for implementing off-grid solar PV plants scheme

The ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) on Thursday rolled out fresh guidelines for implementation of off-grid solar power plants under the RESCO...

Consolidation in the French solar module industry

Systovi and Voltec Solar said this week that they have started talking to each other about combining their solar panel production expertise to create...

German floating PV plant works better than expected

Floating PV systems are still relatively new in Germany and the largest, a 750 kW facility, was installed a year ago by gas company...

Belgian school selling solar power to neighbors

Earlier this month, the energy regulator for the greater Brussels area, Brugel, granted market and pricing exemptions to support the development of a collective...

Easing of Covid lockdown helped German big solar in May

The easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in Germany helped the addition of almost 121.4 MW of new large scale solar generation capacity in May, with 33...

The Dutch startup helping accelerate Lebanon’s energy transition

One of the co-founders of a Dutch software start-up which is using blockchain technology to verify the production and tracking of clean energy has spoken to pv...

France expands limits of ‘energy communities’

CRE, the French energy regulator, has approved a proposal to change the maximum allowed distance between members of energy communities for self-consumption purposes from 2 km...

A flexible approach to offshore solar

Earlier this year, scientists led by European solar research institute Solliance began testing a floating thin-film solar array. The group announced this week that...

Works begin on Croatia’s largest PV plant

Hrvatska elektroprivreda (HEP Group), a Croatian state-owned power utility, has started building the 6.5 MW SE Cres solar power plant on the island of Cres. The project, designed...

A flexible mounting system for rooftop PV systems

German mounting systems provider Altec Metalltechnik has developed a mounting system for rooftop PV installations which it says can be adapted to different mounting angles,...

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New Energy Equity adds 326 kW of solar to municipal buildings in Norton Shores, Michigan

New Energy Equity, along with its development partner Chart House Energy, has completed a 326-kWDC solar development project consisting of three separate municipal buildings...

PG&E announces 387 MW/1,548 MWh of energy storage capacity in latest project announcement

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has requested approval from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) for six new battery projects totaling 387 MW...

NEP releases 500-W microinverter for large-format panels

Silicon Valley-based Northern Electric Power Technology (NEP) has released a new 500-W microinverter. The company is calling it a “macroinverter” since it is able...

Solar investment tax credit extended at 26% for two additional years

Story updated Dec. 22 after successful passage of the bill by Congress. Extended renewable energy tax credits have been included in a $1.4 trillion federal...