Chinese Government Sets Annual PV Installation Target to 18.1GW This Year but Leaves Deadline in Limbo

China has finally set its domestic PV installation target for 2016. The country’s National Energy Administration (NEA) announced in early June that the country will add another 18.1GW to the domestic PV capacity over the 2016~2017 period. The 18.1GW target.. more

Germany Passes Reform of Renewable Enerrgy Source Act, FiT Subsidy to Phased out

German government officially passed the Renewable Energy Source Act (RESA) reform. In the future, it will terminate electricity generation Feed-in Tariffs (FiT) subsidy for large-scale solar and wind projects. German government hopes to.. more

China Aims to Install 18.1GW of Solar in 2016

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) unveiled the solar installation target for 2016, aiming to install 18.1GW of solar in this year. Nonetheless, the grid-connection due date and installation targets for distributed generation (DG) systems remained unan.. more

PSE&G Files for Extension to Solar 4 All® Program

New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (NJBPU) to extend its successful Solar 4 All program. If approved, the extension will allow PSE&G to invest approximately $275 million to design and construct an additional 100MWdc of grid-co.. more

UK’s PV Installation Drops This Year, Merely 11MW in February

UK’s Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) announced statistics of solar PV installations for January and February 2016. The sum of installations during these two months only reached 142MW, and February's installations just amounted to 11MW.. more

Japan's METI Proposes to Escalate Solar Power System's Safety Levels

Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) held the twelfth Electric Power Safety Subcommittee meeting on March 22nd, and drafted a new safety proposal of solar power generating facilities. In the future, proposed the dr.. more

Japan Announces Feed-in Tariff Schemes for 2016, Subsidies for Solar Drop

Japan’s Ministry of Economic, Trade and Industry (METI) has announced the new feed-in tariff schemes for renewable energy resources for the fiscal year 2016. The FiT subsidies for solar PV systems dropped as the government’s schedule. The FiT subsidi.. more


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