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Namibia’s capital city seeks proposals for 25 MW of PV

Through the tender, the administration of Windhoek wants to build several projects on a build, own, and operate basis.

Ukraine challenges jurisdiction of Stockholm body to hear retroactive FIT claim by solar generator

A response issued by the Ministry of Justice to questions from an MP has revealed anxiety about any official comments on a case which involves a Lithuanian solar developer claiming restitution from the state after it retroactively reduced feed-in tariff payments for clean power in August.

Italy has 189 MW/295 MWh of distributed storage capacity

The country added around 73.5 MW/109.2 MWh of new, small-sized storage capacity in 2020. Most of the batteries are in Lombardy and Veneto, where rebates are being offered.

Black perovskite solar cell with 15% efficiency via thermal evaporation

The cell exhibited an open-circuit voltage of 1.1 V and was able to retain around 90% of its initial performance after 215 days of exposure to dim light at room temperature. According to its creators, this performance and the notable stability were ensured by the thermal evaporation technique used for depositing the perovskite layers onto the cell.

Solar 101: It all comes down to curb appeal

The residential solar industry has taken notice of the demand for beautiful, hidden panels, and is now providing creative and attractive designs that you can incorporate into your rooftop solar project.

The weekend read: Greek solar investment soars

An array of new investment plans were announced in Greece in May, ranging from mega PV projects to battery and electric vehicle production, as well as a move to smart green islands. pv magazine explores the state of these investments and links them to the country’s general policy frameworks – most notably, Greece’s master plan to boost green investments in former lignite regions and establish a new type of economy.


Chinese PV Industry Brief: 50 GW wafer factory commissioned in Qinghai province

Furthermore, Zhonghuan Semiconductor has slightly reduced its wafer prices, while Longi has maintained them unchanged. Flat Glass is raising funds to support the construction of a new glass factory with a total annual capacity of 750,000 metric tons.


The Hydrogen Stream: UK’s launches second tender for low-carbon hydrogen, BMW tests first fuel cell electric vehicle

Furthermore, Germany-based large-bore diesel engines and turbomachinery company MAN Energy Solutions is acquiring the majority of shares in the Augsburg-based electrolyzer manufacturer H-TEC Systems, while the India H2 Alliance is expanding with the aim of building consensus for a common path towards hydrogen commercialization in India’s steel and cement sectors.

India’s largest solar carport comes online

The 6.2 MWp solar carport at Tata Motors’ manufacturing facility in Maharashtra spans over 30,000 square meters.

Lightsource BP buys 703 MW of PV projects in Spain, seeks off-takers through tender

The U.K.-based solar developer wants to identify potential buyers for the electricity generated by the facilities through competitive bidding.

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