Category Archives: Solar

Google Works with Energy Tracker to Develop a New Model of Green Electricity that Tracks the Hourly Intensity of Carbon Reduction

published: 2021-03-30 9:30 | editor | category: News
Google announced in September 2020 that the company will aim to provide power for data centers and offices through carbon free electricity in 2030, and although no details have surfaced as of now, Google is now working with the Midwest Renewable Energy Tacking System (M-RETS) on researching and developing purchase models for green electricity that are more complex, so as to inspect and compare the renewable energy certificates and power consumption on an hourly basis that will strengthen carbon emission measures. ...  more

GCL Optoelectronics Completes a New Round of Fundraising for Building a 100MW Production Line for Perovskite Modules

published: 2021-03-29 9:30 | editor | category: News
GCL Optoelectronics announced in early March that it has secured more than RMB 100 million in its latest round of fundraising for building a 100MW production line for PV modules containing perovskite cells. The announcement was first conveyed through Cathay Communications to Polaris Solar Photovoltaic Network. Cathay Capital was the lead investor in this round of fundraising. ...  more

India to Impose 40% Heavy Solar Duty on Modules Starting from April 2022

published: 2021-03-25 9:30 | editor | category: News
The ratio of imported solar remains obstinately high for India, and the government is highly concerned about the progress in the local industry chain; thus, it decided to implement heavy duty to provide assistance for the local industry. The Government of India recently announced that the highest duty for imported solar panels will be 40% starting from April 2022, and the particular motion has already been approved by the Ministry of Finance. ...  more

Hawaii Exceeded 30% in Power Generation through Renewable Energy in 2020

published: 2021-03-24 9:30 | editor | category: News
Being the state with the most expensive energy due to the dependency on imported fuels in the past, Hawaii had long begun implementing renewable energy in order to achieve autonomous provision of energy and a reduction in energy expenditure, and even proposed the target of adopting 100% renewable energy by 2045 during 2015 under the increasing popularity of green energy, which although derived a substantial amount of doubts back then, is now steadily accomplished. ...  more