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
2016-12-13

Japan to Lower PV System Prices with Solar Tenders and FIT Reduction

Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) held the fifth committee on December 5, 2016 to review the Feed-in-Tariffs (FIT) schemes for fiscal year 2017. Besides presenting details for solar tender prog.. more
2016-12-07

China’s 2017 Feed-in Tariff Rates for PV Projects Discovered

It was discovered by Chinese media that the Beijing government has decided on the feed-in tariff (FIT) rates for solar power projects for the year 2017. The discovery showed that the new FIT rates will be higher than figures proposed in the .. more
2016-12-01

SolarPower Europe Advocates Pushing Solar + Energy Storage

It is necessary to use electricity generated form solar panels effectively, and the key is to adopt energy storage devices. SolarPower Europe calls the European Commission to show its support for developing solar power and to implement ten relevant policies they proposed... more
2016-11-24

More than 5GW of Solar PV in China May not be Subsidized

Many countries have launched subsidy programs to incentivize installation of photovoltaic (PV) solar systems, including China. However, the PV subsidy program in China is facing problems. It is expected that over 5 GW of the PV systems in.. more
2016-11-09

Trump Presidency Will Trigger Installation Rush in U.S. Solar Market, Followed by a Demand Freeze

The result of the U.S. election may further aggravate the oversupply situation in the global PV market, according to Celeste Tsai, analyst for EnergyTrend, a division of TrendForce. The federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for solar p.. more

 

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