UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s final approval for the £18bn ($23.8bn) Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in southwest England was slammed by critics as being "a lousy deal" – while the International Energy Agency (IEA) questioned nuclear's ability to match renewables' cost reduction pathway.
Global PV market growth will start to slow in response to an anticipated 80% plunge in installations in China in the third quarter, exacerbating module oversupply and potentially driving another round of consolidation in the Chinese solar industry, according to a new report.
02 June 2016 08:07 GMT
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