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BNEF: Solar beats wind on CAPEX in the developing world

The company’s latest Climatescope report also finds that more renewable energy is being built in developing nations than in developed ones.

IEA: solar, wind need new policies to tackle variability concerns

New report by the International Energy Agency identifies the integration of masses of variable renewable energy as the chief challenge facing next-generation solar and wind power, citing policy support as key in maximizing potential.

MEPs urge European Commission to end solar trade duties

A total of 22 Members of European Parliament, including the vice-chair of the Energy Committee of the European Parliament, co-sign a letter addressed to the European Commission calling for the removal of antidumping and anti-subsidy duties against Chinese solar components.

Aquila Capital invests in 38.4 MW Japan solar park

The European independent asset manager has invested triple-digit-million euros in the solar farm, which is due to be completed in 2018. The plant will also have a storage system installed alongside.

20 MW-AC PV plant goes online in Australia’s outback

This is the largest PV plant to go online in Queensland to date, and was completed two months early.

India solar parks plan hit by infrastructural delays, says Mercom Capital

Country’s ambitious solar parks program is being undermined by insufficient infrastructure and delays in site preparation and land acquisition, finds analysis by Mercom Capital Group.

REC Group posts 15% quarter-over-quarter module shipment slump

The Norwegian solar company shipped 276 MW of modules in the third quarter as the global slowdown in demand took hold. Shipments to APAC region nevertheless increased by 88%.

Younicos to design 49 MW battery solution to UK’s largest storage project

The Berlin-based battery and software specialist has been selected by British energy firm Centrica to design and supply a 49 MW lithium-ion system located at a former gas and coal power plant in northern England.

Singulus receives prepayment for EUR 110m CIGS order from CNBM

The German solar equipment manufacturer receives first prepayment on EUR 110 million CIGS order placed by two subsidiaries of Chinese state-owned enterprise China National Building Materials.

Jordan to build 20 MW PV plant to power water pumping stations

The latest news on Jordan’s stellar solar PV success is the European Union (EU) funding the development of a new PV plant sized 20 to 25 MW, to power water pumping stations across the country. pv magazine has gathered more details.

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