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The organized opposition to the federal government's moves to abolish or reduce Australia's Renewable Energy Target (RET) has begun. More than 500 people attended a rally in Brisbane to protest against changes to the RET.
Demand for power is rising due to the increasing growth of telecommunications in remote off-grid regions, particularly in developing countries, and driving installations of hybrid power systems.
The state government is expected to unveil a wide-ranging new renewable energy policy next month that would set major targets in the southeastern Indian state.
Policy changes could result in a new definition of eligible DPV projects in China and open up incentives for projects of up to 20 MW. It's one of a number of key revisions that may accelerate DPV installations, says IHS.
The company is banking on a strong second half due to continued demand in Japan and increased business in North America, according to Chairman and CEO Baofang Jin.
Some 200 research institutes and companies are taking part in the initiative, part of the country's ambitious goal of an 80% renewable energy share by 2050.
Israel's Ministry of Public Security is tendering development of 13 rooftop PV installations totaling 750 kW. The so-called 'Blue Sky' project is a pilot program that aims to deploy solar PV net metering systems across the...