COP24 live blog – Day 5

Max Hall is doing one last round of COP24 in Katowice for pv magazine to see whether the world can stave off climate disaster

COP24 live blog – Day 4

Max Hall is back on the solar beat at COP24 in Katowice on behalf of pv magazine, prowling the corridors trying to establish whether the world’s politicians can unite to stave off catastrophic global warming.

COP24 live blog – Day 3

pv magazine’s Max Hall is back on the beat at COP24 in Katowice for more climate change related shenanigans, and will be endeavoring to uncover any solar angles he can winkle out in the vast venue.

COP24 live blog – Day 2

pv magazine‘s Max Hall will be pounding the vast spaces of the COP24 venue in Katowice to bring you the latest developments in Poland and trying to shine a light on solar’s presence here.

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COP24 live blog – Day 1

Max Hall will be attending the COP24 climate change conference in Katowice, Poland on behalf of pv magazine and bringing you all the developments as they happen, as well as sniffing out anything solar related.

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Building bankable utility-scale solar+storage projects

With declining costs, and increasing amounts of solar+storage added to electrical grids across the globe, there is a growing need to understand how to build bankable projects. In a recent pv magazine webinar, we discussed just this.

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African Energy Data Book launched

Africa Energy, a U.K. based consultancy has launched the African Energy Data Book, which it claims is the first attempt to track the continent’s electricity capacity in a single volume. PV Magazine attended the unveiling of the book.

German government devotes €1bn to battery cell production

The Federal Ministry of Economics has published further details of possible battery cell production on a gigawatt scale. At the Networking Conference Electromobility 2018 in Berlin this week, Minister Peter Altmaier stressed the urgency of the project, for Germany and Europe to be independent of Asia and the US in storage technology.

Six takeaways from London’s Energy Live Expo 2018

The government may not fancy solar much, but that won’t stop the sector bouncing back big-time … albeit in two years’ time. Maybe London’s Underground network can help kick-start a desperately needed solar renaissance.

Special coverage of energy storage markets & technology, courtesy of pv magazine

pv magazine brings you a special edition devoted to the fast-growing energy storage space, including a look at its thornier challenges

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