Latest PV market updates

GET warns of multi-crystalline wafer shortage in 2016

One of the larger wafer makers has warned of an impending shortage of multicrystalline wafers next year.

All Energy 2015: Enphase partners with Genesis for NZ storage trial

AC battery.

New Zealand's largest gas and electricity utility Genesis Energy will trial Enphase Energy's new storage system as part of the U.S. microinverter specialist's Home Energy Solution.

From the Mag: A selection of stories from the October issue

100% solar powered.

Following a vibrant Solar Power International exhibition, pv magazine investigates the deepening relationship between U.S. utilities and the solar industry, plus Australia and home storage are also in the spotlight.

European Parliament calls for end to solar MIP, duties

More calls to end the MIP and solar PV duties have been made

Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have called for an end to the minimum import price (MIP), and anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties on solar PV products coming into the EU from China, claiming the measures are slowing...

UK: Energy minister gets 'tough' on subsidies, backs fracking

Amber Rudd in India.

Speaking at the Conservative conference, Amber Rudd says that there is no magic money tree to support the transition to low carbon economy, cites attractiveness of fracking as a "cheaper alternative".

South Africa announces 1.5 GW solar park plan

Solar-powered mine.

Energy ministry 'putting in plans' to develop large-scale PV plant in Northern Cape, augmenting wider aim to add 1 GW of renewable power to the grid to ease current constraints.

LCOE for renewables decreases, fossil fuels see increase

Solar PV is continuing to get cheaper, finds BNEF

The generating cost comparison between renewable energies and fossil fuels is narrowing, with 2015 recording a "significant shift," says BNEF. Overall, levelised costs of electricity (LCOEs) for renewable energies are decreasing,...

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