Since 2015, pv magazine has been recognizing excellence in innovation for solar components and PV power plant development and operation in the Array Changing Technologies feature and award. In 2017, the award itself has continued to evolve…
Upgrade cycles: Having conducted extensive along the PV value chain, and numerous interviews with equipment suppliers and PV manufacturers, Götz Fishbeck, CEO at Smart Solar Consulting, shares his conclusions regarding the future investment in novel cell technologies, and the outlook for additions of cell capacities.
Since its inauguration in 2015, pv magazine‘s Technology Highlights & Award has brought together leading experts from the solar industry in order to recognize and honor the year’s most innovative developments in technology. These innovations are a key driver behind solar’s continued growth across the entire world, and represent both the industry’s present and future. […]
The Legal Expert: “There are no automatic duties.”
The analyst: “Antidumping duties do not change anything as far as the structural problem of small and medium-sized manufacturers are concerned.”
Grid parity monitor PV energy is improving cost competitiveness in the commercial segment CREARA has released a new issue of its Grid Parity Monitor (GPM) series. This is the third issue focused exclusively on the commercial sector (30 kW PV systems) which analyzes countries in Europe and LatAm (Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, and […]
pvXchange module price index November 2016: Red light, green light Module price index: The market is once again running circles around politicians, with Europe particularly leaden-footed. While the European Commission continues its brooding over the question of whether Chinese manufacturers are still engaged in price dumping, module and cell prices have long since reached a level […]
October 2016: Solar stocks still slipping Guggenheim Solar Index: Solar stocks are significantly underperforming the market, with fears over Trump’s likely move away from renewable energy adding to wider uncertainty. The Guggenheim Solar ETF (TAN) fell (14.3%) this month [October 17 – November 18] compared to the S&P 500 (+2.3%), Dow Jones (+4.0%) and Russell 2000 […]