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China considers significant solar PV FIT cuts for 2017

2016-09-29 |

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) is aiming at significantly reducing FIT levels possibly effective 2017. Still “unofficial and only a draft version”, relevant information were disseminated via various Chinese media on September 29th, 2016. The draft stipulates FIT levels for ground-mounted solar PV plants to be reduced from RMB 0.80 to 0.55 (USD 0.12 to 0.08, minus 37%) in region 1 (western provinces); RMB 0.65 instead of RMB 0.88 (USD 0.10 instead of USD 0.13, minus 25%) in region 2 (Beijing, Tianjin and certain districts in Qinghai, Xinjiang and Gansu); and a reduction from RMB 0.98 to 0.75 (USD 0.15 to 0.11, minus 23%) in Region 3 (eastern China). Read more...

Solar Report

Brazil’s new legislation to foster investment in distributed solar

2016-04-22 |

Brazil has made international headlines on political and economic issues lately, most of which did not paint a rosy picture of the country’s current situation. Nonetheless, development of the solar sector is on a promising path, with the successful execution of several large-scale PV auctions and increasing interest from industry players to set up a local value chain. The much touted small-scale distributed generation (DG) PV segment, however, is still struggling to meet growth expectations. Brazil has recently introduced new legislative measures to stimulate the DG segment, yet will these provide the remedy the market needs? 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...