Greenest Christmas ever for the UK as data from power group Drax shows that the nation sourced 40% of its electricity from renewables sources on December 25.
The two China-based companies have signed a cooperation agreement to bring 100 MW of solar to rooftops across the Chinese mainland.
Bullish ten-year energy blueprint suggests India will surpass renewable targets outlined in Paris Agreement by more than 50% and three years ahead of schedule.
China’s NEA has officially dropped the target to at least 105 GW by 2020, as well as setting goals for the PV industry and indicating that it will emphasize projects in Eastern China and the region around Beijing.
The Indian renewables developer has finished phase one of the rooftop project at the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation’s Sultanpur facility at a tariff of $0.083/kWh.
Update from SolarPower Europe reveals that the continent installed 1.56 GW in the months from June to September, a 10% decline on Q3 2015. First nine months of the year saw 5.3 GW installed, a decline of 18%.
Developer ACC describes this as the largest mono rooftop array in Central China; regardless of rankings this is one very large rooftop solar plant.
Analyst’s quarterly data shows 2016 will deliver 34% year-on-year growth rate as Chinese demand fuels another strong 12 months for the industry, with annual installed capacity to reach 77 GW.