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  • Free solar systems to be given to South Australian concession holders from today
    May 17 , 2021 Free solar systems to be given to South Australian concession holders from today
    South Australian concession holders can now opt to switch their payments for a brand new solar system as part of the state government’s Switch for Solar pilot program which kicked off on Monday. The South Australian government’s $4.25 million Switch for Solar pilot program launched on Monday, offeri...
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  • Australia’s solar capacity could hit 80 GW by 2030, says GlobalData
    May 12 , 2021 Australia’s solar capacity could hit 80 GW by 2030, says GlobalData
    Australia’s solar capacity could hit 80 GW by 2030, says GlobalData A new GlobalData report suggests that Australia’s solar capacity could reach 80 GW over the next decade. GlobalData says in a new report that solar installations in Australia could grow by a factor of four by 2030. It estimates that...
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  • Best countries for renewable energy investment
    May 07 , 2021 Best countries for renewable energy investment
    IHS Markit has released its latest Global Renewables Markets Attractiveness Rankings, based on measures related to investment confidence and ease of development. The United States is the most attractive market for renewable energy investment, according to a new ranking by IHS Markit. The Global Rene...
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  • South Australia sets record as electricity prices consistently plunge below zero
    Apr 28 , 2021 South Australia sets record as electricity prices consistently plunge below zero
    South Australia sets record as electricity prices consistently plunge below zero Rooftop solar has caused South Australia’s average daytime prices to consistently fall below zero for the first time in the history of the National Electricity Market, the Australian Energy Market Operator said in its n...
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  • Mounting interest for solar-linked bilateral deals in Russia
    Apr 21 , 2021 Mounting interest for solar-linked bilateral deals in Russia
    Mounting interest for solar-linked bilateral deals in Russia Under the current Russian energy regulatory framework, bilateral deals can be concluded between a seller and a buyer with a power distribution company mediating as a third party. Three voluntary bilateral agreements linked to solar power p...
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  •  Solar may cover 75% of global electricity demand by 2050
    Apr 14 , 2021 Solar may cover 75% of global electricity demand by 2050
    Solar may cover 75% of global electricity demand by 2050 A new study from the Lappeenranta University of Technology predicts solar may even achieve a 69% share for total primary energy supply by the end of the first half of the century. In terms of price, solar PV is expected to achieve a capex of €...
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  • German start-up develops anti-reflective film claimed to improve PV module performance by 10%
    Apr 07 , 2021 German start-up develops anti-reflective film claimed to improve PV module performance by 10%
    German start-up develops anti-reflective film claimed to improve PV module performance by 10% German start-up Phytonics has developed the film by taking inspiration from nanostructures in plants. In solar cells, the film enables a broader absorption spectrum and a higher angle of light-incidence tol...
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  • Sponsored: A driving force in the European utility scale PV market
    Mar 31 , 2021 Sponsored: A driving force in the European utility scale PV market
    Sponsored: A driving force in the European utility scale PV market Europe’s utility scale solar installations have been consistently growing and the market volume achieved in 2019 is due to more than double by 2024, says market research company IHS Markit. To support the explosive growth of green en...
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  • Renewables' share in electricity generation must grow 55-fold for India to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050
    Mar 23 , 2021 Renewables' share in electricity generation must grow 55-fold for India to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050
    Renewables’ share in electricity generation must grow 55-fold for India to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 A new report presents four alternative scenarios for India to achieve net-zero emissions, highlighting that the effort required would be very high for a scenario with 2030 as a peaking year ...
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  • India’s largest floating PV plant to go online by June
    Mar 17 , 2021 India’s largest floating PV plant to go online by June
    India’s largest floating PV plant to go online by June NTPC is now building a 100 MW floating solar array on a reservoir in the Indian state of Telangana. India's largest floating solar plant – a 100 MW solar array – could be operational within the next few months. NTPC is now building a floating so...
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  • Trina launches 670 W solar panel
    Mar 12 , 2021 Trina launches 670 W solar panel
    Trina launches 670 W solar panel The latest product in the Vertex series from the Chinese manufacturer has a power conversion efficiency of 21.6%. Chinese PV manufacturer Trina Solar has launched a new Vertex solar module with a power output of 670 W. The new product, which features a conv...
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  • Solar surpasses wind in India
    Mar 08 , 2021 Solar surpasses wind in India
    In January, India’s cumulative PV capacity reached 38.8 GW. This was enough to surpass wind and make solar the first renewable energy source in the country. The installed solar capacity in India has overtaken wind to emerge as the nation’s top renewable energy producer as of January 2021, according ...
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