Tuesday, 02 Aug 2022
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has launched the Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) Accelerator Consortium (CTAC) to accelerate the development of CdTe solar cells with cell efficiencies over 24% and module costs below $0.20 per W by 2025.
US Department of Energy Invites Proposals To Support CdTe & Perovskite Solar Technologies As Part Its PV R&D And Solar Manufacturing Incubator Projects
Friday, 15 Jul 2022
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a $56 million funding opportunity for commercializing silicon free thin-film PV technology, perovskites and for projects that promote reuse and recycling of solar technologies, as the country seeks to develop local and clean energy supply chain.
Monday, 30 May 2022
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) in India is inviting proposals from various stakeholders under its Renewable Energy Research and Technology Development Programme (RE-RTD-2022) with an aim to promote indigenous technology to accelerate renewable energy deployment in the country.
Monday, 10 Jan 2022
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) is set to offer AUD 40 million ($29 million) funding to back research that can ‘materially’ lower the levelized cost of solar PV by 2030, as it plans to support commercialization of ultra low cost solar PV (ULCS) technologies.
US Department Of Energy Announces Winners Of $45 Million Funding Round For Solar Manufacturing & Grid Technology Projects; Silfab Solar, AccuSolar & Bert Thin Films Among Winners
Friday, 13 Aug 2021
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced the winners of $45 million in funding under the Solar Energy Technologies Office Fiscal Year 2021 (SETO FY21), comprising $14 million awarded to efforts accelerating commercialization of American-made solar innovations.
Fraunhofer ISE’s Photovoltaics Report Claims Europe’s Annual C-Si Module Production Capacity At 2020-End Reached 6.75 GW, While Polysilicon Capacity Grew To 22.1 GW
Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021
German research institute Fraunhofer ISE has released the newest edition of its Photovoltaics Report (PV Report) summarizing important developments related to solar PV in Germany, the European Union (EU) and across the globe.
US Department of Energy Announces $105.5 Million In New Funding Opportunity For Early-Stage Solar Technology Development
Thursday, 19 Apr 2018
US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry’s Department of Energy has announced a $105.5 million funding round for solar technologies.
Top Solar Modules Listing – July 2022 by @TaiyangNews: @MaxeonSolar stays put on top as @AkcomeSolar enters list on 4th rank with high-power 700 W HJT module with 22.5% ... efficiency; Product count of Top Solar Modules in July increased from 25 to 26 #solarpv https://taiyangnews.info/top-modules/top-solar-modules-listing-july-2022/
Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company @Masdar has entered a joint development agreement with state owned Tanzania Electric Supply Company Ltd @tanescoyetutz to develop 2 GW ... #renewableenergy projects in the African country, comprising #solarpv and onshore wind https://taiyangnews.info/markets/masdar-tanescos-2-gw-re-deal-for-tanzania/
The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company has turned offtaker for #solarpower to be generated by a 100 MW PV project with 40 MWh of battery storage, to be ... realized by Matshela Energy owned by ex-Eskom CEO @koko_matshela #Zimbabwe https://taiyangnews.info/business/100-mw-solar-energy-ppa-signed-in-zimbabwe/
#NorthAmerica PV Snippets: @BASF enters VPPAs for 250 MW RE; @PowerRevolve's 250 MW PV & storage gets @BLMNational approval; PPA for 200 MW for @EdpRenewables; @AlbertaMetis ... moving ahead with 4.86 MW solar plant; TurningPoint Energy expands in Delaware https://taiyangnews.info/markets/north-america-pv-news-snippets-38/
India’s newly added #solarpv capacity during H1/2022 grew 71% annually to 8.359 GW, according to @ResearchJmk, setting it on course to exit 2022 with some 20 GW installed, ... comprising 16.5 GW utility scale and 3.5 GW rooftop solar PV #solarenergy #India https://taiyangnews.info/business/8-4-gw-indias-h1-2022-solar-installations/