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Jinko and JA Solar to invest $100m in 100,000-ton polysilicon fab

The two solar manufacturers will get priority access to polysilicon produced at the planned fab in Inner Mongolia, which developer Xinte Energy has said will be fully operational by June 2023.


Ukraine challenges jurisdiction of Stockholm body to hear retroactive FIT claim by solar generator

A response issued by the Ministry of Justice to questions from an MP has revealed anxiety about any official comments on a case which involves a Lithuanian solar developer claiming restitution from the state after it retroactively reduced feed-in tariff payments for clean power in August.

Chinese PV Industry Brief: 50 GW wafer factory commissioned in Qinghai province

Furthermore, Zhonghuan Semiconductor has slightly reduced its wafer prices, while Longi has maintained them unchanged. Flat Glass is raising funds to support the construction of a new glass factory with a total annual capacity of 750,000 metric tons.


The Hydrogen Stream: UK’s launches second tender for low-carbon hydrogen, BMW tests first fuel cell electric vehicle

Furthermore, Germany-based large-bore diesel engines and turbomachinery company MAN Energy Solutions is acquiring the majority of shares in the Augsburg-based electrolyzer manufacturer H-TEC Systems, while the India H2 Alliance is expanding with the aim of building consensus for a common path towards hydrogen commercialization in India’s steel and cement sectors.

German companies dominate European solar park operation market

Belectric, Enerparc, Juwi and Baywa have almost 10 GW of project capacity under operation between them, roughly half the volume being managed by the next 32 biggest maintenance providers combined.

Spain to devote €3.9bn of EU cash to ‘innovative renewables’

The investment has been planned as part of the nation’s recovery and resilience plan to access EU funds for its post-Covid economic stimulus package. The spending plans of Portugal and Greece have also been approved by the European Commission in the last 48 hours.

UK solar industry wants capacity trebled this decade

Solar Energy UK today called on the government to provide it with the same kind of support that has been extended to offshore wind companies.

The PV glass price rollercoaster

First-half profits will be up at solar panel glassmaker Xinyi Solar despite the fact the price of the module raw material has been on a downward trend in the current three-month window.

Plan to double size of 20 MW Madagascar solar park

The island nation’s first utility scale solar park is set to double in size and have energy storage added, with work due to start this month.


UN wants to reduce carbon footprint of peacekeeping

The international organization has pledged to deploy clean energy generation equipment wherever possible in its global operations, with the help of the International Renewable Energy Agency.

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