PV manufacturing capacity is projected to more than double by 2024, led by China, but oversupply is also anticipated, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
In March 2023, France passed a law to accelerate the production of renewable energy. In this interview, Bertrand Drouot L’Hermine, Deputy General Manager Business Development with TSE, discusses the important role agrivoltaics will play not only in weaning the country off fossil fuels, but also in providing benefits to France’s farmers.
This is the fifth MOU signed by the Brazilian government since bill PL 725 of 2022 established guidelines for integrating hydrogen as an energy source in the country.
Oman has awarded hydrogen contracts to CIP, Shell, and BP, while Germany has strengthened its hydrogen ties by linking it to broader European initiatives.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a new report that solar will remain the main source of global renewable capacity expansion in 2023, accounting for 286 GW. In 2024, the figure is set to grow to almost 310 GW, driven by lower module prices, greater uptake of distributed PV systems, and a policy push for large-scale deployment.
In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.
Maxeon said it has achieved a 24.7% efficiency rating for a full-scale Maxeon 7 solar panel using its IBC technology. The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) confirmed the result.
Thailand has seen strong, stable growth in its solar market in recent years, leading it to become one of Southeast Asia’s most secure demand centers for renewable technology. Polytechnology, a diverse company with an expansive and growing green energy division, has more than doubled its solar inverter sales every year since 2016. Today, the company holds the biggest share of Thailand’s solar inverter market.
In this pv magazine Webinar we will examine the key weather and environmental parameters affecting PV performance, underlining the importance of assessing these parameters in PV site design and operation.
The A.P. Moller-Maersk subsidiary says that by installing 20,000 solar photovoltaic panels, it will make Bahrain’s Khalifa Bin Salman Port the region’s first seaport to be fully powered by renewable energy.
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