New Jersey Public Utilities Board Clears Way For 3.75 GW New Solar PV Capacity To be Installed By 2026 With New Solar Incentive Program
Thursday, 29 Jul 2021
The state of New Jersey in the US can look forward to an additional 3.75 GW of new solar PV capacity to be installed by the year 2026, after the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) approved a new solar incentive program called Successor Solar Incentive Program (SuSI).
Nova Scotia Government In Canada To Offer CAD 5.5 Million For Solar Homes Program To Encourage Home Owners To Install Solar Panels
Thursday, 04 Feb 2021
The Provincial Government of Nova Scotia in Canada will be spending close to CAD 18 million ($14 million) from the Green Fund to support renewable energy deployment, energy efficiency and youth partnerships.
Bloomberg: China National Energy Administration Selects 434 Solar PV Projects Representing Close To 26 GW For State Subsidies In 2020
Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020
The Chinese National Energy Administration (NEA) has selected close to 26 GW of solar power capacity to dole out the subsidy amount for the year 2020.
4,168 Solar PV Projects With 33.59 GW Cumulative Capacity Seek State Subsidies In 22 Chinese Provinces; 9 Provinces Yet To Declare Data: Media
Monday, 22 Jun 2020
In 2020, China plans to dole out RMB 1.5 billion to subsidize solar power projects. According to local media, the National Renewable Energy Information Management Center says it has received a list with 4,168 solar PV projects from 22 provinces.
State Support Of Up To €1,500 Approved For Residential Rooftop Solar Installations In Flanders, Belgium With €32 Million Aggregate Budget
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020
Flemish Energy Minister Zuhal Demir (in the picture) has announced state support for residential rooftop solar PV installations in the region for all existing homes with effect from January 1, 2021.
Swedish Government Ups Residential & Commercial Solar PV State Support Budget For Year 2019 By SEK 500 Million While Proposing Additional SEK 300 Million For 2020 Budget
Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019
Already having increased the 2019 budget for incentives of solar installations in the residential and commercial segments in April 2019, Sweden has now added an SEK 500 million, bringing the total for the year to SEK 1.2 billion ($124 million).
Spain’s Institute For Diversification & Saving Of Energy Receives 56 Applications For State Subsidy Under SOLBAL Program Offering 335 MW Solar For Balearic Islands
Friday, 02 Aug 2019
Originally, the Spanish government had announced a budget of €40 million ($44 million) for 240 MW of new capacity to be established under SOLBAL. Now it has received 56 applications with a total of 335 MW seeking state subsidies.
India To Allocate 4 GW Solar Power Capacity Under CPSU Phase-II Scheme Annually Till 2021-22 With Discoms Ensuring Open Access For Government Producers: MNRE
Monday, 08 Jul 2019
Through the CPSU Scheme Phase-II, India is trying to promote locally manufactured solar cells and modules while encouraging the government machinery to become solar power producers.
Government Of India Approves INR 334.22 Billion Central Financial Assistance To Install 25.75 GW Solar Power Through Farmers Under KUSUM Scheme
Saturday, 23 Feb 2019
By providing INR 334.22 billion ($4.69 billion) in financial assistance to the farming community of India, the country's government hopes to achieve 25.75 GW of solar power capacity, reduce the use of diesel and also save in foreign exchange that it would spend on buying imported crude oil.
European Commission Approves French Renewable Energy Installations Scheme Worth €200 Million ($229 Million) For Self-Consumption; Program Aims For 490 MW Capacity By 2020
Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018
The European Commission’s Margrethe Vestager (in the picture) endorsed the French renewable energy state aid scheme worth €200 million ($229 million) by saying that it will stimulate competition between various renewable energy sources and will also increase their share in the country’s total energy mix.
Canada’s Saskatchewan Announces New Power Generation Partner Program Under Provincial Utility SaskPower To Generate 105 MW Of Renewable & Carbon-Neutral Electricity
Friday, 05 Oct 2018
Saskatchewan's government says the upcoming 2-year PGPP program, that aims to add 105 MW of new energy generation, may be even extended by another year. Pictured is the Saskatchewan legislature building in the capital city of Regina.
Italian Ministry Of Economic Affairs Ups Incentives For 6 GW Renewables Energy Installations To €900 Million ($1.04 Billion) In Draft Decree
Thursday, 04 Oct 2018
The government of Italy had been planning to allot up to €250 million ($289 million) as incentives for new renewable energy installations by 2020.
State Government Of Victoria Introduces Ambitious AU$1.24 Billion Solar Homes Program That Allows Homeowners To Install Solar Panels With 50% Rebate
Monday, 27 Aug 2018
With state elections round the corner, Labor government in Victoria is pushing solar as part of its campaign. The new Solar Homes program aims to make Victorians self-sufficient and reduce their electricity bills.
Thursday, 07 Sep 2017
While the Irish government wants to implement an auction scheme to make sure it meets its binding 2020 EU renewables target while keeping cost low, a 420 kW commercial solar system was installed on the premises of Butlers Chocolate in Dublin, the country's largest solar rooftop system on a company's premise.
Hungary’s 45 Billion HUF ($167.7 Million) Support Scheme For Renewable Electricity Gets EU Backing; Partial Opening To Foreign Producers Likely In 2017
Thursday, 13 Jul 2017
Hungary has the way cleared by the EU to incentivize renewables. With regards to solar, it installed around 100 MW PV in 2016, according to Solar Power Europe.
Canadian Province Alberta Aiming For 140 MW PV Capacity By 2022; Offering Rebates For Residential And Commercial Segments
Friday, 23 Jun 2017
Speaking at the launch of Residential and Commercial Solar Program, Minister of Environment and Parks Shannon Phillips said that through the new solar incentive scheme the province is hoping to increase the solar uptake to 140 MW by 2022 and create some 900 solar jobs.
In Transition Period, Subsidies For RE Deployment Should Be Technology Neutral, Recommends Denmark’s Energy Commission
Tuesday, 02 May 2017
Denmark’s Energy Commission has recommended phasing out subsidies for renewable energy at the same rate as it becomes competitively viable.
Arab speaking #MiddleEast & #northafrican nations have 60.9 GW new utility scale #solarpv & #wind capacity planned to come online by 2030; @GlobalEnergyMon believes they ... are on pace to increase it from more than 12.1 GW operational capacity at present https://taiyangnews.info/business/73-gw-solar-wind-projects-planned-in-mena/
#China PV Snippets: Almaden & @TrinaSolarUS get into a RMB 7.4 billion PV glass deal; 120 MW BIPV project grid connected; Hoymiles & Konka to form JV for PV projects; ... Guinness certifies 2 PV parks in Gonghe County; Ruihe to increase subsidiary’s capital https://taiyangnews.info/markets/china-pv-news-snippets-188/
US based solar & storage projects developer @IntersectPower has secured $750 million growth equity investment from a host of investors led by TPG Rise Climate which it believes... will accelerate build out of its clean energy platform from 2.4 GW now to 8 GW+ https://taiyangnews.info/business/750-million-investment-for-us-solar-developer/
#India PV Snippets: @Flipkart will decarbonize its operations by 2030 & larger value chain by 2040; @mnreindia extends bid submission date for pilot power & renewable ... energy manufacturing zone EOI; @ntpclimited total installed renewable capacity now 5 GW+ https://taiyangnews.info/markets/india-pv-news-snippets-35/
Global quality assurance and risk management company @DNV_Group has issued a Statement of Conformity for Norwegian startup Sunlit Sea’s prefabricated floating solar PV systems ... certifying that its design complies with recommended practice #solarpv https://taiyangnews.info/technology/norways-sunlit-sea-secures-dnv-certification/