Monday, 15 Nov 2021
The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) says between January 2021 and October 2021, it counted more than 18,000 solar PV systems representing a total capacity of 360 MW having been registered in the country for one-off subsidy.
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.
Provincial Governments In China Submitting Lists Of State Selected Bidding PV Projects To Federal Government For Subsidy Decision
Monday, 29 Jun 2020
With a view to better control expenses for Chinese PV projects, the government has put limits to its state subsidy budget for the industry. It is also wants to limit project additions depending on grid availability.
Lithuania’s Support Scheme For Renewable Energy Electricity Production & For Energy Intensive Users Gets European Commission’s Approval
Monday, 14 Jan 2019
The European Commission has approved 2 support schemes that will contribute to Lithuania’s transition to low carbon and environmentally sustainable energy supply.
United Kingdom Proposes To Replace Feed-In-Tariff Regime For Small-Scale Renewable Energy Power Generation With Smart Export Guarantee Scheme
Monday, 14 Jan 2019
Under the FIT scheme, the UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) says 80% of the capacity comes from solar with 99% of accredited installations attributed to this technology.
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.
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.
Canada’s Nova Scotia Accepting Applications For SolarHomes Residential Solar PV Incentive Program; Offers Rebates For Up To $10,000 For Pre-Approved PV Systems Installed
Thursday, 16 Aug 2018
The Nova Scotia government in Canada has officially launched its SolarHomes residential solar PV incentive program. Through SolarHomes, it expects savings of $1,300 a year on the user’s electricity bill.
Buoyed By 4,000 Registrations During Phase 1, London Mayor Sadiq Khan Launches Second Phase Of ‘Solar Together London’ Scheme
Wednesday, 04 Jul 2018
Solar Together London is part of the Solar Action Plan launched by London Mayor Sadiq Khan to increase the UK capital’s solar power to 2 GW by 2050.
Over €30 Million ($34.9 Million) Awarded By Slovak Innovation And Energy Agency (SEIA) Under Green Homes Pilot Project Scheduled To End In December 2018
Wednesday, 04 Jul 2018
Slovakia ‘s Green Homes program has enjoyed considerable success among households, prompting SEIA to continue after the pilot project ends in December 2018.
Canada’s Province Ontario Launches 90 Million CAD ($70 Million) Solar Rebates Program For Homeowners & Businesses To Choose Solar PV+Storage
Thursday, 10 May 2018
The Government of Ontario launched the Green Ontario Fund back in August 2017. It now says the related Solar Rebates program will be officially launched this summer.
Executive Panelists during @TaiyangNews #bifacialsolar #solartrackers conference expect to see a larger market share of bifacial solar modules and trackers in the near future; ... Suggest stakeholders bring down costs to push up LCOE with technological advancements #conferences
Steven Tang of Hangzhou First presented the possible reliability concerns with TOPCon modules and the encapsulation solutions of the company, particularly the TF4N POE solution ... that showed strong resistance against finger corrosion @TaiyangNews #bifacialsolar #solartrackers
Miguel Herrero of @WeArePVcase says as solar projects become more technically complex, his company’s platform is designed to provide realistic results with better, accelerated PV... plant designs & engineering processes to improve yield @TaiyangNews #bifacialsolar #solartrackers
Song Li of @jinko_solar says average commercial efficiency of p-type solar cell has almost reached its limit and as future belongs to n-type technology, it now aims to reach over ... 26% efficiency for n-type cell by 2023 @TaiyangNews #bifacialsolar #solartrackers
Oscar Aira of TrinaTracker @TrinaSolarUS during @TaiyangNews #bifacialsolar #solartrackers conference: SuperTrack Smart Control Monitoring ensures low LCOE with smart tracking ... & backtracking algorithms, meteorological data sharing, leading to high reliability for installations