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PV, wind, hydro to dominate renewables through 2025

GE Welspun Neemuch, India

Global solar power capacity is due to increase from 93.7 GW in 2012 to 668.4 GW in 2025, according to a new report from Frost & Sullivan. Big price falls are weakening growth prospects for concentrated solar power, however.


Soltec to supply 80 MW of solar trackers in Chile

Enel Green Power's 60 MW Lalackama installation in Chile.

The Enel Green Power project is the fourth that Soltec is developing in the Andean country, bringing its accumulated installed capacity to 170 MW in the South American market.


Divine intervention in climate talks

Pope Francis in  the Philippine city of Tacloban, January 2015

Pope Francis is set publish an encyclical on ecology and climate change this year with the aim of inspiring real action at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. The pontiff's actions are defining the Vatican's new role as a...


NRG partners with SunShare on community solar in Colorado

NRG Energy's Rutland, Vermont Community Solar Project

The two companies are exploring opportunities in additional states, such as Texas and Massachusetts. The growing trend in view of the fact that many potential buyers of rooftop solar systems lack well-suited properties for...


China: Capital markets re-embraces PV industry

20 MW PV plant, Qinghai, China

After a nearly two-year credit crunch, China's capital markets appear to again be embracing the PV industry.


Russia may impose huge fines against leading solar developers

Moscow, Russia

While localization requirements continue to dog the construction of new PV plants in Russia, two companies have set up PV module fabs in the country.


Southern hospitality: Georgia and Florida reconsider solar lease bans

Savannah, Georgia

A proposed law introduced earlier this month in Georgia's legislature would end the state's current ban on third-party financing for on-site residential and commercial solar arrays.


Abengoa breaks ground on 100 MW PV plant in Chile

Abengoa's 210 MW Atacama 1 PV-CSP complex

In addition to the PV installation, the Atacama 1 facility will include the first solar thermal plant in Latin America. The Spanish renewable energy group says the two technologies complement each other to supply energy 24 hours...


Florida Power & Light to add 225 MW of solar in 2016

10 MW FPL Space Coast Next Generation Solar Energy Center near NASA's Kennedy Space Center

The utility says the advantages of its select sites coupled with decreasing solar costs will allow for the cost-effective expansion of large-scale solar.


One-third of SMA staff to lose their jobs

An SMA engineers inspects an inverter.

German inverter giant to cut 1,600 jobs, the majority of which will be in Germany, as poor European market continues to harm profits.


Prep grant approved for 72 MW PV plant in Cameroon

Mamfe, Cameroon

The local division of Canada's JCM Capital aims to finance environmental and social impact investments. The African Development Bank is backing the grant.


Italy to omit solar from new renewable incentives plan

Solar PV installation, Italy.

Decision to halt solar subsidies follows country's best ever year for PV power generation. In 2014 solar energy covered 7.53% of Italy's electricity needs.


India's clean energy investment to top $10bn in 2015

Barack Obama and Narendra Modi.

Strong policy support and increased investor confidence set to deliver clean energy bounce back, according to forecast from BNEF.


Bloomberg Philanthropies launches new Clean Energy Initiative

Yosemite National Park

Backed by $48 million, the project aims to improve air quality, limit carbon pollution from power plants, spur clean energy investments, fight the health and economic impacts of climate change and support local, state and...


Korea's S-Energy offers module finance in US

California flag.

The Tier 1 Korean manufacturer will allow its customers to choose between two different financing models in an attempt to lower barriers of entry into the U.S. solar market.


Exosun expands tracking operations in South Africa

Exosun's Exotrack 2X solar tracker

The French company, a leading provider of solar tracking technologies for utility-scale ground-mounted solar plants, says it is committed to local manufacturing of its trackers, "in full aligment with the South African local...


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