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Solar Parks Are Benefitting Biodiversity

Solar Parks Are Benefitting Biodiversity

A newly published study by the german New Energy Industry Association (Bundesverband Neue Energiewirtschaft – bne) has examined the influence of solar parks over the biodiversity of their respective areas.

Reactions To The New Capacity Market In Italy

Reactions To The New Capacity Market In Italy

The rising number of renewable energy systems installed has as consequence the downfall of the bulk price of energy, while reducing the commercial value of traditional fossil power plants. In fact, in some cases earnings take such a downturn that the closure of some of these plants is now more than an option.

The Evolution of Project Development In Market Parity In Italy

The Evolution of Project Development In Market Parity In Italy

Often misinterpreted as synonyms, the concepts of Grid and Market Parity must be kept separate. With Market Parity, we usually refer to the competitiveness of the renewable energy price compared to conventional energy on the electricity wholesale market. Grid Parity instead outlines the condition in which the self-production of energy is cost-effective compared to retrieving electricity from the grid. Grid Parity has been already achieved on the italian market.

Meet Milk the Sun at the Intersolar 2019 in Munich!

Meet Milk the Sun at the Intersolar 2019 in Munich!

Meet us again this year at the Intersolar in Munich. From the 15th to the 17th of May, our team of international PV experts is looking forward to meeting you personally over a good cup of coffee. You will find us in the hall B2, booth B2.237.

Netherlands increase solar power production by 50% – further growth ahead

Netherlands increase solar power production by 50% – further growth ahead

Last year the Netherlands produced 50% more solar energy than in 2017. This brought the percentage of renewables in the country‘s electricity consumption up from 15% to 17%, while the share of renewables in the total energy consumption grew from 6.6% to 7.3%.

UK energy minister against end of solar export tariffs

UK energy minister against end of solar export tariffs

Last week, UK energy minister Claire Perry made it clear that she disapproves of a possible end of the solar export tariffs. Industry bodies applaud her stance.