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  • Hebei China Strictly Investigates Agricultural and Solar Complementary Projects
    May 16 , 2022 Hebei China Strictly Investigates Agricultural and Solar Complementary Projects
    On May 11, 2022, the Development and Reform Commission of Hebei Province and the Natural Resources Department of Hebei Province jointly issued the "Notice on Further Clarifying the Policy on Farmland Occupied by Existing Photovoltaic Composite Projects". The document requires that the existing photo...
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  • France Defines Agricultural Photovoltaic Standards
    May 09 , 2022 France Defines Agricultural Photovoltaic Standards
    Ademe, the French environment and energy control agency, has issued a new set of guidelines that clearly defines "agricultural photovoltaics". The French Agency for the Environment and Energy (Ademe) defines new standards for agricultural photovoltaics in a new series of publications published on it...
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  • California Demand Matches Renewable Energy Generation for the First Time
    May 05 , 2022 California Demand Matches Renewable Energy Generation for the First Time
    On April 30, photovoltaics and other renewable energy sources met 100% of California's energy needs for about 15 minutes. The California Independent System Operator (CAISO) said the U.S. state reached a major milestone by briefly reaching 100 percent renewable energy on April 30. In about 15 minutes...
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  • Portugal Streamlines Renewable Energy Licensing Process
    Apr 29 , 2022 Portugal Streamlines Renewable Energy Licensing Process
    The Portuguese government has approved special measures to simplify the process of renewable energy production. Among the new measures are exemptions for renewable energy developers to obtain operating licenses or certificates of operation for power plants, battery storage and self-consumption proje...
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  • India's 2022 100 GW Solar Target May Have 27% Shortfall
    Apr 24 , 2022 India's 2022 100 GW Solar Target May Have 27% Shortfall
    India may miss its 2022 solar target of 100 GW by 27%, largely because of unsatisfactory growth in rooftop solar, says a new report from JMK Research. While utility-scale solar is on track to achieve nearly 97% of the 60 GW target installed capacity in 2022, the rooftop solar sector will be 25 GW sh...
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  • UK Government to Increase Solar Power Capacity
    Apr 18 , 2022 UK Government to Increase Solar Power Capacity
    Under a new energy strategy, the UK government plans to quadruple solar deployments by 2035 and develop 24 GW of nuclear power by 2050 and 50 GW of offshore wind by 2030. The British government said this week that it would increase renewable energy and nuclear power capacity in response to an energy...
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  • France to Deploy 2.68GW of Solar Power in 2021
    Apr 11 , 2022 France to Deploy 2.68GW of Solar Power in 2021
    Last year, solar accounted for more than 3% of France's total electricity demand, with a cumulative total of 13,067MW by the end of December. In 2021, France has set a record for installed capacity by deploying 2,687MW of new solar capacity. By comparison, the country had installed capacity of 973MW...
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  • Spain Simplifies Licensing of Utility-Scale Solar, Supports Additional 7GW of Self-Consumption Projects
    Apr 06 , 2022 Spain Simplifies Licensing of Utility-Scale Solar, Supports Additional 7GW of Self-Consumption Projects
    These include a regulatory framework for floating PV, new regulations for renewable gas pipelines (such as hydrogen infrastructure), and the release of 10% of grid connection capacity to absorb an additional 7GW of capacity from self-consumption projects. Spain's Ministry of Ecological Transition an...
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  • World Bank Needs 210,000 Mini Grids this Decade
    Mar 28 , 2022 World Bank Needs 210,000 Mini Grids this Decade
    The international development agency has invested $1 billion in regional and off-grid power networks over the past decade — and attracted $1.1 billion in matching financing — to build mini-grids to power 490 million people by 2030. The World Bank estimates that $40 billion will be needed over the de...
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  • World's Largest Solar Tree Record Broke
    Mar 21 , 2022 World's Largest Solar Tree Record Broke
    With a photovoltaic panel surface area of 309.83 square meters, the solar tree has been officially certified by the Guinness Book of World Records (GWR) as the largest solar tree in the world. Guinness World Records has confirmed that India has installed the world's largest solar tree. The structure...
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  • Almost All of Scotland's 'Total Electricity Consumption' Comes From Renewables in 2020
    Mar 18 , 2022 Almost All of Scotland's 'Total Electricity Consumption' Comes From Renewables in 2020
    Scotland has provided nearly a quarter of the UK's clean energy generation in the year of the Covid-19 outbreak, with renewables accounting for 61.8% of its electricity mix, according to a UK government study. A power generation document released by the UK government shows that 98.6% of Scotland's t...
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  • French Rail Operator Launches Tender For 156 Photovoltaic Garages
    Mar 07 , 2022 French Rail Operator Launches Tender For 156 Photovoltaic Garages
    French state railway operator SNCF plans to install 1.1 million square meters of solar modules in its train stations by 2030. Developers interested in participating in the SNCF tender for new solar garages have until April 15 to submit project proposals. SNCF Gares and Connexions, a division of Fren...
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