The incentive program has been restructured to supply 75% of the budget to energy storage and to move to a block grant incentive system, among other changes.
The IESO’s latest report finds that behind-the-meter solar is driving down summer peaks, and driving the peaks of net demand later in the day.
Europe's post-boom solar markets delivering next-level services and technologies that look set to drive solar 2.0.
In an interview with pv magazine, Mercom Capital CEO Raj Prabhu lays out his concerns about Tesla's proposed acquisition of SolarCity, pointing out that at the end of the day shareholders have to be convinced.
ABB, GPTech, Ingeteam, TMEIC and SolarEdge all unveil new inverter solutions for large-scale, commercial and the home on day one of the Intersolar show.
The message at the opening press conference for the Intersolar Europe 2016 tradeshow was that growth is in the air in the solar industry, as prices experience a sharp decline. To take full advantage these developments, energy...
Philippe Malbranche, Directeur Général of the French solar research institute INES, explains why his organization is hosting a workshop on innovations from France. The varying innovations take part in the whole PV value chain,...
The UK’s storage market had already been boosted by news of a 20 MW frequency response project and an ongoing tender for 200 MW of additional projects, now the debate has been pushed further along after the release of a UK...
The 20 MW battery will provide primary frequency response services and can assist with the integration of solar and wind.
In a week shaped by three pivotal reports that each forecast a bright future for solar, there was still a reminder of the industry's unforgiving landscape for companies that fail to move with the times, and markets.
Formerly the International PV Equipment Association (IPVEA), Solarunited has said it will transform into a Global PV Technology & Industry Association at the show.
At a summit at the White House a wide array of actors made commitments to fund and deploy energy storage, accompanied by the release of a new report on technical and economic dimensions of renewable energy integration.
The Canada-based company announced the signing of a Letter of Intent with a “major Original Equipment Manufacturer” for delivery of its lithium-ion battery modules, as the market heats up.
The 2.68 MWh storage system will be supplied by German commercial system manufacturer Tesvolt, and will be connected to a 3.3 MW PV plant as part of an agricultural project.
This weekend the solar-powered plane landed in New York City, as the latest leg of its round-the-world tour.
This is the forecast in Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s New Energy Outlook 2016 report, which expects to see the price for energy storage systems significantly drop, as batteries will help to wean power dependency away from...
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