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Germany planning second auction for wind and solar projects

Germany planning second auction for wind and solar projects

After a first successful auction for solar and wind projects held in spring, Germany is now looking forward to a second event. Prices are expected to increase while the overall allocated capacity will drop slightly.

EU ends MIP for Chinese PV cells and modules at short notice

EU ends MIP for Chinese PV cells and modules at short notice

At midnight on 3rd September, the EU officially ended all anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures for PV cells and modules from China. The announcement was made unexpectedly early and only a few days in advance.

France holds fourth solar tender out of series of six and allocates 720 MW

France holds fourth solar tender out of series of six and allocates 720 MW

France has assigned 103 utility-scale solar projects in what was the fourth out of a series of six tenders. Between all of them, they are expected to reach a total of 4 GW of new solar facility. The projects assigned in this particular round had an average price of EUR 58.2/MWh and an overall capacity of 720 MW.

Britain may end solar export tariffs due to tremendous popularity of PV

Britain may end solar export tariffs due to tremendous popularity of PV

As a response to the increasing popularity of PV, the British government has now proposed reducing the subsidies for solar – a suggestion that is heavily criticised by industry experts.

Britain‘s sunny weather provokes historic solar energy generation

Britain‘s sunny weather provokes historic solar energy generation

The past few weeks were warm and sunny in the UK. This provoked the country‘s solar installation‘s to produce an all-time high amount of energy.

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