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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...


5 takeaways from the 8th World Future Energy Summit

A robot.

The MENA region has long been the center of great expectations for the PV industry. From Monday to Thursday this week much of the global solar industry descended on Abu Dhabi for the 8th World Future Energy Summit. The big names...


UK added 700 MW of FIT-driven PV in 2014, figures show

Rooftop PV installation from Solarcentury

Data from the Department of Energy and Climate Change reveals some 125,000 homes added solar to their rooftops last year, triggering latest FIT reduction.


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The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2015

Volatility due to sinking oil prices and PV development in the Middle East, Barack Obama's praise of solar, the ITC's confirmation of import tariffs and Q Cells moving production out of Germany were just some of the week's...


Industry urges European PV research sector to 'wake up'

Sophia Symposium, France.

Gathering of leading solar researchers and industry representatives at the Sophia research infrastructure symposium stokes passionate debate about future of European PV.


HelioSage, Gulf Power partner on 120 MW of solar in Florida

Gulf Power and HelioSage teams visit a HelioSage project under construction in North Carolina.

The Virginia-based solar developer will build the utility-scale projects at three military sites as part of a collaboration with the U.S. Air Force and Navy.


Turkey aims for 3 GW of PV by 2023

Istanbul, Turkey

In 2014, Turkey saved $850 million in energy imports due to the increase in the share of renewable energy.


Distributed generation drives 40 GW to 42 GW 2014 market

Korean solar modules at sunrise.

The global PV market reached between 40 GW and 42 GW in 2014, demonstrating moderate growth on 37 GW in 2013. This is according to figures released today by the PV Market Alliance.


WFES Interview: BNEF's Michael Liebreich

Michael Liebreich

When Saudi developer ACWA won Dubai's 200 MW reverse auction for a PV power plant with a bid of only US$5.84c/kWh over 25 years, the low price stunned the PV industry. The founder of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, Michael...


Hanwha Q Cells' exit from Germany reflects weak European PV market

Hanwha Q Cells headquarters in Thalheim, Germany

The PV manufacturer has announced plans to end its production operations in Germany in March and relocate them to more affordable locations. IHS analyst Stefan de Haan sees the main reasons for the move in the floundering...


SunEdison secures European financing to build 85.2 MW of solar in UK

West Penwith, south coast of Cornwall, U.K.

Spain's Santander and Germany's Bayerische Landesbank arranged funding for the projects, which will be owned by SunEdison's yieldco subsidiary TerraForm Power.


UK: Grupotech to install 186 MW of PV in Q1

Lightsource's 3 MW Apse New Barn Solar Farm on the Isle of Wight.

In the three years that Grupotec has been operating in the U.K., it has erected 32 PV parks with a total capacity of 220 MW, making it the No. 2 leading EPC company in the country last year.


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