China to Cut 2017 Solar FiT by up to 40%

China is going to cut its feed-in tariffs (FiT) subsidies for solar PV systems for 2017 by 23~40%, according to an announcement published by the country’s National Development and Reform Commission. The new FiT scheme will become effective on January 1st, 2017... more

Taiwan Aims Adding 1.44GW of Solar by Mid-2018

Taiwan’s new government, which is led by President Tsai, aims to cumulatively install 20GW of PV capacity by 2025. Bureau of Energy (BOE), under Ministry of Economic Affairs, announced the “Two-year PV Accelerating Program,” (the “Prog.. more

China’s 2016 PV Grid Connection Can Reach Up to 30GW, Target for Thirteen Five-Year Plan May Be Revised Downward

China’s PV industry has given a feedback result of more than 20GW of grid connection in the first half of 2016; however, this is a good sign as much as it may be a warning sign. It’s a good sign being that the overall state of the ma.. more

White House’s New Initiative to Install 1GW of Solar for Needies

Under name of President Obama, the White House announces “Clean Energy Savings for All Initiative” and aims to offer a total of 1GW solar to low- and moderate-income families by 2020. The Initiative, which was announced thro.. more

Analysis on China’s Top Runner Program: Mono-si Products Obtain Advantage, Company Brand Image Enhanced

The Chinese government launched the “Top Runner Program” in 2015 to encourage PV technology improvement and accelerate PV industry transformation. This program is viewed as one of the most important policies to promote PV industrial concentration in China.. more

Taiwan Officially Sets Renewable Energy Target, Aiming 20GW of PV Installations by 2025

President Tsai Ing-wen’s team is proactive in the green energy sector. A month after Tsai took office, the Minister of Economic Affairs went to the Legislative Yuan to report the renewable energy policy. The goal for PV installation is officially set at 20GW .. more

Taiwan Power Company to Develop 1GW of Solar PV Systems

Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) elaborated a 15-year investment plan to add 3.5GW of renewable energy generating facilities on the island of Taiwan. As part of the plan, Taipower proposed to develop 1GW of solar PV systems by 2030. Taipower’s TW$400 billion.. more


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