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Netherlands to support residential PV through net metering for the entire decade

Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Change, Eric Wiebes, has presented a letter in parliament outlining the proposed residential solar net-metering tariffs that...

Jordan switches off unsubsidized solar projects

pv magazine has learnt the Jordanian authorities have ordered the disconnection of all unsubsidized solar plants which use the grid to connect to their energy offtaker clients. The...

FiT completion deadline for community solar extended due to COVID-19 delays

Community energy projects have been given a six month extension to complete and register feed-in tariff (FiT) projects due to ongoing challenges caused by...

Arizona commission signals support for 100% clean energy by 2050

The Arizona Corporation Commission has directed its staff to develop a set of rules to achieve 100% clean energy by 2050, said Commission Chair...

How Covid-19 is affecting the Brazilian PV sector

Brazilian consultancy Greener has surveyed solar companies in Brazil to evaluate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the PV sector. The company spoke to...

South Korea’s president makes zero-carbon economy election pledge

While Europe is currently looking to South Korea to find an adequate response to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak, South Korea, in turn, is looking...

Australian researchers make lithium extraction breakthrough

An international research team, led by Monash University, has developed an innovative new filtration method that could dramatically reduce lithium extraction times, accelerating us...

Virginia Reportedly Becomes First State in the South to Mandate 100% Clean Power

A new piece of legislation introduced and passed in Virginia’s State House aims to optimize solar and offshore wind resources as a way of...

Australian government stimulates PV in the face of COVID-19 threat

With governments around the world and the EU rolling out the fiscal stimulus big guns in the face of widely predicted, COVID-19-related economic turmoil,...

COVID-19 pushes German solar sector to request delay to grid-connection deadlines

The German Solar Industry Association (BSW-Solar) expects the unfolding COVID-19pandemic to cause delays to the planning and completion of large photovoltaic projects – an outcome which could...

Slovakian government hands out €700,000 for residential solar in just 36 minutes

The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) awarded €700,000 in incentives for residential PV systems in less than 36 minutes when it launched the...

Yingli finally opens up on debt restructuring

Chinese PV manufacturer Yingli Solar has broken cover after five months of silence to admit it is undergoing a debt restructuring proposal. The Baoding-based company issued a...

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Swinerton breaks ground on 215-MW California solar portfolio

Longroad Energy, a renewable energy developer, owner and operator, announced the financial close and start of construction by Swinerton on Little Bear Solar, comprising four separate...

SunLogix acquires Virginia warehouse to store equipment for delayed solar projects

SunLogix, a provider of logistics services exclusively to the solar energy industry, announced it has acquired 500,000 square feet of warehousing space in Danville,...

Spain is Europe’s cheapest market for corporate solar PPAs

Spain is the best solar market for corporate power purchase agreements in Europe, according to BloombergNEF, with the lowest prices for PV projects coming...

Survey: Covid-19 to cause 50% decline in rooftop solar segment

With a run rate of over 200 MW per month, the Australian small scale rooftop market segment was soaring to record heights in the first three...