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From COP21 and solar cop-outs to c-Si breakthroughs and the small matter of a possible, No, JUST CONFIRMED, extension of the U.S. ITC, it's been a pretty quiet week in the world of solar PV.
ANES predicts that US$900 million will be invested in PV projects next year in Mexico. The market this year is around 100 MW, half of which is in the net metering program. Local capacity for PV module production exceeds 1 GW.
World Bank-backed Indian clean energy company Azure Power has registered to sell stock amounting to $100 million in an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.
Letter to Amber Rudd says recently confirmed cuts to the solar feed-in tariff and further caps on renewable spending will damage investor confidence in the country's clean energy sector.
With a six-month deadline for bringing its stock above US$1/share pending, the company that was formerly the world's largest module maker is taking action.
The research firm's initial forecast based on the potential extension of the ITC finds that the U.S. solar market will grow in 2017, and that this will prevent a 10% decline in the global solar market.
An analysis by GTM Research shows that an additional 25 GW of solar PV will be installed in the U.S. over the next five years if the ITC is extended via the current spending bill in Congress.
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