Solar Industry News Posts

U.S. solar market increases steadily

U.S. solar market increases steadily

The U.S. solar market continues to grow, albeit slowing down slightly. Remarkably low prices for utility-scale systems have encouraged this and led to an additional 2 GW of solar capacities in the first quarter of 2017 alone.

Intersolar Europe: Solar industry’s heart is beating strong

Intersolar Europe: Solar industry’s heart is beating strong

Last week we participated as exhibitors in the Intersolar Europe – the largest global trade fair dedicated to the solar industry. Our international team was excited to take part in discussions about our platform, extend our network and meet interested parties from all around the world.

India: Only 5% GST on solar modules instead of 18%

India: Only 5% GST on solar modules instead of 18%

The solar industry is relieved by the recent likely decision of the GST council in India to levy only 5% tax on solar panels instead of 18% proposed earlier. This could mean only a marginal rise in solar power projects costs.

Rick Perry plans to build future on nuclear, coal and gas energy

Rick Perry plans to build future on nuclear, coal and gas energy

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry has announced that he will dedicate his term of office to building the energy future by concentrating on nuclear, coal and gas. His beliefs in these energy sources are based on the same unproven theories as those of U.S. President Donald Trump and his Administration.

Bilateral PPAs: the rising stars on the PV sky

Bilateral PPAs: the rising stars on the PV sky

There is a variety of ways to invest in, make use of and benefit from renewable energies. An up-and-coming option are bilateral PPAs: power-purchase agreements that allow a consumer to buy and use power from a project developed by a third party. We have looked at bilateral PPAs from all angles.

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