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NSEFI demands 12-month blanket extension of ISTS charges and losses waiver

The National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) feels that a 12-month blanket extension for the interstate transmission (ISTS) waiver would be necessary to allow the...

China entering post-FIT era with solid prospects

The Chinese government is planning to eliminate all feed-in tariffs and subsidies for solar PV, even in the distributed generation segment, starting from 2021. The...

PV-electrochemical water-splitting for hydrogen production

Researchers at Germany’s Jülich Institute for Energy and Climate Research (IEK-5) have created a photovoltaic–electrochemical (PV-EC) water-splitting device powered by solar energy. The integrated PV-EC device with...

Bangladeshi solar installers have $1.5bn plan to light up health centers

The head of an organization representing the solar installers responsible for supplying more than a million off-grid households in Bangladesh with solar home systems has called...

A look at China’s PV poverty alleviation policy

China’s program to alleviate poverty through solar energy deployment increased per capita disposable incomes in one rural county by approximately 7% to 8% between...

Threat to US net metering

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has filed a protest with the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regarding a petition asking FERC to...

Colombia streamlines tax incentives for renewables

With the approval of Decree 829 of 2020 (Decreto 829 de 2020), the government of Colombia is facilitating access to tax incentives defined in Law 1715...

Analyst expects ‘unprecedented’ consolidation of Chinese solar industry

With work intensifying on the preparation of China’s 14th five-year plan, one in-country analyst has predicted the renewable energy aspect of the national policy...

Sweden closes rebate scheme for rooftop PV

The Swedish government has revealed that the deadline to submit applications for its rebate scheme for rooftop PV projects will close on July 7....

Mexico raises grid fee for renewable projects finalized before energy reforms

The Mexican government revealed grid-fee increases last week for renewable energy plants installed under the so-called Contratos Legados regulatory framework, which was in force...

Romania allocates EUR 52 million grants to citizens for rooftop solar

From:Balkan Green Energy News         Author: Igor Todorović The state fund responsible for the Casa Verde Fotovoltaice scheme in Romania approved 48.8% of...

Sweden to close rooftop solar support scheme in July

The Swedish government last week announced that it would not accept applications for its solar power rebate scheme after the beginning of July, while...

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Ikea invests more in solar by the day

In 2019, IKEA invested $2.8 billion in green energy, which contributed to the 1 million solar panels it was able to install on 370...

Bidding war continues as Infigen backs Iberdrola’s revised offer

The bidding war for Australia’s largest ASX-listed renewable energy generator has continued as rivals increased their respective offers. On Monday, Philippines-linked investment company UAC...

NTPC seeks to empanel vendors for bulk solar module procurement

NTPC seeks to empanel domestic and international manufacturers for bulk procurement of solar PV modules as it aims to revamp its renewable energy generation...

India sets new record low solar tariff of Rs 2.36/kWh

The recent 2 GW solar auction by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) hit a historic low tariff of Rs 2.36 per kilowatt-hour (kWh)...