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FOE: Finance for 100% renewables exist, but policies are absent

Solar is again the renewables king, accroding to FOE

In a new report, Friends of the Earth (FOE) calculates that switching to 100% renewable energy in Africa, Latin America and most of Asia by 2030 would cost US$5.15 trillion – equivalent to the amount held by the world’s 782...

Turkey: New directive sees import duties on solar modules

Solar modules coming into Turkey will be subjected to import tax from this December

Turkey has issued a new directive, which will see solar modules charged an import tax of around US$125, determined by weight. The new regulation will apply to all PV manufacturers outside of Turkey from December 19.

SunEdison fires TerraForm Power President & CEO Domenech, shifts board

The company's management changes follow a shift in strategy, with an attempt to be more “boring” after rapid growth spooked investors.

Sungrow enters downstream solar market with 600 MW, $939 million investment

Sungrow is entering the downstream solar business

Following the module manufacturers’ lead, China’s largest inverter manufacturer, Sungrow, is entering the downstream solar business, having signed an agreement with the Chaohu municipal government in east China to develop up to...

US, Japan and South Korea to install 1.4 GW of energy storage between 2015-16

Energy storage system costs will come down significantly by 2019

The U.S., Japan and South Korea are the leading energy storage markets worldwide, says IHS, with each forecast to exceed 100 MW of annual installations this year. Between 2015 – 16, they are set to install 1.4 GW of new capacity....

Emerging markets attract most renewables investment

Solar is playing an increasingly important role in Africa

New renewables investment in 2014 in 55 developing world nations reached US$126 billion, finds a new report, over half of which went to emerging markets. The increase was recorded, despite a general slowing in economic growth....

Despite rapid growth, yieldcos face money troubles

A new report by CohnReznick looks at the dramatic growth of yieldcos and the massive amount of cash they have raised, but also the difficulties that yieldcos are having due to depressed stock prices.

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