Although already near the lowest level in the world, the price of solar PV power in Chile could fall further amid strong competition and contractual rules that allow developers to sell electricity at peak irradiation hours.
11 November 2015 12:20 GMT
At its current rate Brazil could reach one million rooftop PV arrays by the end of the decade, as high power bills and growing national awareness spur an increase in new installations of more than three times so far in 2015 over the whole of the previous year.
09 November 2015 01:16 GMT
Brazil will have to invest heavily in the development of renewable technology to reach its goal to supply 23% from non-hydroelectric sources by 2030, said local commentators who nevertheless declared the target feasible and welcomed the ambition it represents.
29 September 2015 07:43 GMT
14 September 2015 01:23 GMT
As more and more downbeat news emerges from Yingli, the outlook for the debt-ridden Chinese PV giant has become increasingly alarming — and the dark clouds hanging over it could not have formed at a more inopportune time.
02 September 2015 01:24 GMT
Germany's renewable sector mostly rejected a draft paper presented Friday for tendering systems across the industry, despite the government's willingness to grant an interim period in offshore and exempt small solar installations from the need to undergo tenders.
03 August 2015 08:44 GMT
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