China Aims to Install 17.8GW of Solar PV Projects in 2015

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) had announced to install 15GW of solar power in 2015 in February. The huge number was revised up to a more tremendous one, 17.8GW, in the newest-released PV development plan. The new ANNOUNCEMENT focus.. more

China Aims to Install 15GW of Solar Power in 2015 with Sturdier Policy

China’s National Energy Administration (NEA) has officially announced its yearly target of solar PV installation for 2015. According to a draft opinion soliciting nationwide solar PV installations in 2015 (the “Draft Opinion&.. more

Weekly Review February 2nd ~ 6th

In 2014, Taiwanese PV cell manufacturers have cumulatively shipped over 10GW of cell capacity, marking a new record with a growth rate as high as 20%. However, the orders would start to decline after the Chinese New Year due to U.S.’s anti-dumping and countervai.. more

American Geophysical Union CEO Advocates Importance of Obama’s Budget Proposal

This Monday, President Obama proposed permanently extending the Investment tax credit (ITC) for solar projects and the production tax credit (PTC) for wind projects in his new budget. As Obama’s proposal involves funding for encouraging scientific and technolog.. more

Obama Proposes Extending Investment Tax Credit for Solar Projects Permanently

With a hope to reduce carbon emission faster as well as to increase deployment of renewable energy, President Obama proposes to extend the nation’s investment tax credit (ITC) for solar projects in his fiscal year 2016 budget. The product.. more

India Plans to Expand Its Solar Facility to 20GW in 5 Years

Narendra Modi, known of his ambition to bring solar power into India, has introduced a draft and planned to build 20GW of ultra mega solar power projects over the next five years. In order to take well advantage of India’s sun radiation .. more

China issues new policy to boost distributed PV market

The China National Energy Administration announced a new policy on September 4 aimed at bolstering the distributed solar photovoltaic (PV) market. “This new policy will loosen current regulations, which will give the market a needed pus.. more


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