Tag Archives: Policy

Solar Power Purchase Agreement: “No Money Down” Solar

published 2011 年 08 月 24 日 8:33 | editor | category Analysis
Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) refers to a financial contract between a solar power system owner and a host customer. The owner operates, maintains the photovoltaic (PV) system. The host customer usually owns the property...  more

Elements of a Successful REP Policy

published 2011 年 08 月 22 日 11:56 | editor | category Knowledge
In 1973, the worldwide oil crisis in 1973 persuaded many governments of the need to develop policies to move society towards investment in solar and other renewable energy sources. In 1978, the U. S. introduced the Public Utilit...  more

Legal Issues for Ontario’s Feed-in-Tariff Policies

published 2011 年 08 月 18 日 9:58 | editor | category Knowledge
The Province of Ontario is on track to install over 400 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic this year. This figure just about doubles California's 2010 PV installation, which currently has more PV installations than any oth...  more

China Implements a National Feed-in-Tariff Rate

published 2011 年 08 月 12 日 17:04 | editor | category Analysis
Even with the expansion of manufacturing capacity for China's solar module firms, the country's domestic demand has lagged behind the rest of the world. Currently, China's has around one gigawatt (GW) of solar genera...  more

The Chinese Solar Market Turned to a New Page

published 2011 年 08 月 05 日 15:55 | editor | category Analysis
Currently, the global solar market is largely dependent on Germany and Italy’s market condition. According to EnergyTrend, in 2010, the global installation volume is 15 GW of which Germany (7.4GW) and Italy (3GW) together ...  more