2017-03-28

YieldCo Companies See the Green Light to be Listed in Taiwan

A YieldCo vehicle for renewable energy can be a method to collect capitals. Nonetheless, lack of related regulations, this type of companies still cannot be listed in Taiwan. Taiwan authority expressed that they will study and plan to set up reg.. more
2017-03-22

Japan Reduces FiT Rates for PV Systems, Down to 21 Yen per kWh

Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has released the new Feed-in Tariffs (FiT) scheme for renewable energy resources for fiscal year 2017. The FiT rates for solar PV systems will be reduced as planned with a .. more
2017-02-13

China to Launch Green Electricity Certificate for a Healthier Market

China, as a major market for renewable electricity, has already announced to launch renewable energy certificate (REC) program officially since 2018. This system would be helpful for China to establish a firmer, healthier renewable energy market.. more
2017-01-05

Over 5GW of PV Projects Added for 2016 PV Subsidy Already: China

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) announced to receive additional solar capacity for 2016’s feed-in tariff (FIT) subsidy scheme in late December, 2016, and there are already over 260 projects, totaling over 5GW, from eight provinces applied for.. more
2016-12-29

China Raises Quota for PV Subsidies for 2016

China's National Energy Administration (NEA) announced to receive additional capacity target for PV projects for 2016, filed by provinces, region, or municipality by up to 1GW each, in order to cope with surge in such projects as a resu.. more
2016-12-27

China’s FIT Scheme for PV Projects for 2017 Officially Revealed

China’s feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for solar PV projects for 2017 has been officially announced by the National Development and Reform Commission. The rates for large-scale, ground-mounted projects in different regions will be generally higher than those formerly.. more
2016-12-22

Japan Lowers Feed-in Tariff Scheme for Solar Power for 2017

Japan has made decisions on the Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) scheme for solar power for fiscal year 2017 on this year’s sixth committee for renewable energy policies. Basing on Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry’s (METI’.. more

 

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