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EU ProSun applauds French President Macron's call for jobs and fair competition for the EU

2017-06-23 |

The lobby organization EU ProSun which represents thirty European industrial manufacturers of solar products today welcomed French President Emmanuel Macron's call for fair competition and the need to stop Dumping in the EU. Read more...

Solar Report

After Installing 60% of Global PV Capacity in 2016, What’s in Store for the Giant Chinese and U.S. PV Markets?

2017-02-23 |

The global PV market is roiling beneath a relatively calm surface; while the market ap-pears to be plateauing globally, it features a mix of growing, steady and declining mar-kets. In this article, we analyze the major global PV market drivers, particularly the fac-tors behind the dramatic cost reductions in PV components and electricity. Read more...

Solar Interviews

Solar Interview with Muhammed Kazi on the potential of the Middle East solar market

2016-09-12 |

Which potential do you identify in the Middle East solar market? Electricity demand in the Middle East has been growing between 6% and 8% CAGR, and yet some GCC utilites have faced an increase in peak load demand in excess of 12% when comparing the summer period of 2014 and the same period in 2015. In 2016, total electrical energy demand in the Middle East region is expected to exceed 900TWh. Read more...

Solar Point of View

Christopher Burghardt: Enabling long-term solar investments in Europe

2016-03-04 |

In just over a decade, solar energy has evolved from being relegated to highly specialized applications that justified the high cost, or heavily subsidized programs entirely dependent on continuing policy support from governments; to increasingly capturing a large share of the total power generation market on the strength of economics alone. Read more...