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Germany’s solar industry could implode this summer

Germany’s solar industry is in deep crisis and may implode in the summer. Solutions have been around for a long time, but internal power...

Coronavirus lockdown speeds India’s shift from coal to solar power

Travel restrictions to halt the spread of coronavirus are speeding the switch from coal to renewable energy in India. The world’s second largest coal consumer has seen...

18 days, 6 hours, 11 minutes and counting: Britain hits a new record for coal-free electricity generation

A new record has been set for coal-free electricity generation in Great Britain, with a combination of factors — including coronavirus related lockdown measures...

U.S. renewable energy additions completely overwhelm those by natural gas in first months of 2020

A review of FERC data by the SUN DAY Campaign has found that solar, wind and hydropower provided 85.7% of new U.S. electrical generating...

Coronavirus Impact Cuts 23GW From WoodMac’s 2020 Global Solar Outlook

Wood Mackenzie slashed more than 20 gigawatts off its forecast for global solar deployments in 2020, as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic comes...

‘Europe’s largest’ solar power facility comes online as the industry faces coronavirus challenges

A 500 megawatt solar photovoltaic plant, described by Spanish utility Iberdrola as “Europe’s largest,” sent its first megawatt hour of energy to the grid earlier this...

Solar power growth was strong before coronavirus hit. Now demand is plummeting

When the coronavirus hit China late last year, America’s solar industry immediately started worrying about manufacturing. Asia is the main source of panels and...

Sungevity Lays Off 400 Workers Amid Job Warnings for US Solar Industry

Residential solar company Sungevity quietly laid off hundreds of employees last week, eliminating much of its workforce as the U.S. solar industry grapples with...

How coronavirus became a crisis for solar power

The novel coronavirus has presented the solar industry with an unsavory smorgasbord of problems all at the same time. Many it shares with other...

Solar power projects worldwide slowed down by coronavirus

From:Balkan Green Energy News        Author: Igor Todorović The rapid spread of the COVID-19 is paralyzing the global economy and photovoltaics are no exception,...

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8minute Solar Energy raises $225 million for 18 GW pipeline of solar and storage

$225 million in new funding is coming to 8minute Solar Energy, as the company has closed on a round of funding from a consortium...

Winners of massive Hawaiian solar-plus-storage procurement include AES, Hanwha, Engie, EDF, Longroad

Last month, Hawaiian Electric named the winning projects in its largest ever renewable energy procurement  — 460 MW of solar power and nearly 3 GWh of energy storage...

NHPC mulling hybrid solar + hydro projects in Ladakh

Considering the high solar irradiance of the region, NHPC has proposed the blending of hydropower with solar power in the Union territory of Ladakh. The state-run...

Sterling and Wilson commissions 125 MW (DC) solar plant in Oman

Mumbai-based Sterling and Wilson Solar has commissioned a 125 MW (DC) solar plant in Oman. With this, it has become the first Indian company to commission...