A conference in Paris highlighted the fact that opinion over the French Governments decision to cut the countrys feed-in tariffs (FITs) is divided.
The upcoming election in the Australian state of New South Wales could see a substantial shift towards a more environmentally friendly power supply in the countrys most populous state, if the Green Party secures the votes that it is expected to.
Following the explosions at several of Japans Fukushima nuclear power plants, and the uncertainty surrounding their safe shutdown, global calls for renewable energy to replace nuclear have been made. Solar stocks have also profited.
The Ontario PV market is expected to reach 2.6 gigawatts (GW) of total installed capacity by 2015. However, political concerns and market instability remain.
No further growth in European PV demand is expected in 2011 and 2012, due to both the recently implemented and proposed regulatory changes in its key PV end markets. Italy’s Government is also attracting harsh criticism.
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