Renewables Posts

BEE believes Germany might not reach energy goal

BEE believes Germany might not reach energy goal

The German energy association BEE believes that Germany might not reach its goal of covering 18% of its energy requirements with renewables by 2020.

Sinking costs make renewables more successful than ever

Sinking costs make renewables more successful than ever

The prices for renewable energy installations are continually dropping, which makes these technologies more popular than ever. 2016 was a record year, during which renewables outshone fossils by far.

Solar energy in the U.K. moves north

Solar energy in the U.K. moves north

The Solar Trade Association (STA) announced that the U.K. government’s plans to cut its support for Solar PV represents a fall from 70 million pounds to just 2 million a year. Meanwhile the Scottish government not only confirms that sub-5 MW solar farms will continue to be eligible for the Renewable Obligation (ROC), they will also support even further community solar through an ambitious dedicated scheme. As Scotland distances itself from England and Wales, this might just mean that investments in solar PV will be heading north of the border.

Meet Milk the Sun at Intersolar Europe 2015

Meet Milk the Sun at Intersolar Europe 2015

From the 10th to the 12th of June 2015, the Munich Trade Fair Centre (Messe München International) will become once again the centre of the international solar industry. At Intersolar Europe, the world’s largest exhibition for the solar industry, visitors can expect a comprehensive program involving solar products, storage systems and photovoltaic services. Milk the Sun is again present at the exhibition with a booth to provide comprehensive information on global solar investment opportunities. Meet with us in Hall A3 at Booth A3.260 and take advantage of our free entry codes to the exhibition.

57 GW of PV installations to be completed worldwide in 2015

57 GW of PV installations to be completed worldwide in 2015

The solar PV markets in both Europe and China will experience growth this year with a total capacity of 17 GW, according to the forecast issued by market analysts IHS. Globally, solar PV growth rate is expected to reach 30% compared to last year. This means that in 2015, solar PV installations around the world will represent 57.3 GW.

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