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UK offers households up to $7,500 off heat pump costs

Homes and small businesses in England and Wales will be able to claim a discount off installation costs from a fund that will allocate $188 million annually as part of the subsidy program.

C&I rooftops turn toward the sun

Compared to national policy, sustainability factors only play a small role in making the economics stack up for PV adoption by businesses.


Energy company plans 500 MW of solar in Chad

Savannah Energy plans to install up to 300 MW of solar and a battery to power operations at its recently acquired Doba Oil project in Chad. It has also pledged up to 100 MW of solar and the same amount of wind to generate power for the capital, N’Djamena.

Work starts on 45 MW of solar in Bosnia

Bosnia’s Foreign Investment Promotion Agency said it has successfully pitched the municipality of Grude to Norwegian renewables developer Greenstat.

Investors present European legislators with hydrogen economy wishlist

If the EU is going to drive more than half a trillion dollars worth of hydrogen investment over the coming decades, it will need to get investors onside. The European Investment Bank has surveyed financiers to find out what they want.


Lack of European solar manufacturing could cripple RePower EU bid

Wood Mackenzie says Europe would need to dramatically raise its PV production capability to ensure the 420 GW-plus of new solar it wants this decade does not arrive in the form of Asian panels.

The weekend read: Portugal’s enormous PV potential

Portugal’s PV tenders have generated headlines on the back of world-record tariffs. But the country has failed to add meaningful capacity and is now struggling to establish a workable licensing system. Merchant solar shows enormous potential to drive the market, but will politicians listen?


Green investors eyeing up Australia following election results

The remarkable results of what is already being called a ‘historic’ 2022 federal election have put Australia “back on the map” in the eyes of big low-carbon investors.


Solar developers buying up land in Bangladesh

A shortage of suitable sites is prompting companies to buy up land before deciding on the specifics of project construction, as a junior minister stated more solar is likely to be waved through by 2025.


Analyst predicts extent of rise in this year’s solar capital costs

Wood Mackenzie this week made a slew of predictions for the industry in 2022 and noted the effects the US’ recently announced anti-circumvention investigation is already having on utility scale plans.


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