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  • Net Metering 2.0- The Value of Solar Tariff

    Finally, a utility-connected solar program that works for everyone. With the price of solar down 80% and new data ...


    By SolPowerPeople, Inc

  • More community energy projects to get support under Feed-in Tariffs

    Aspiring communities across the nation will be able to receive Feed-in Tariff payments for the clean green energy generated by larger community energy projects, under new plans set out today. Aspiring communities across the nation will be able to receive Feed-in Tariff (FITs) payments for the clean green energy generated by larger community energy projects, under new plans set out by the ...

  • Move your solar panels and keep your tariff

    From summer 2019 medium and large building-mounted solar PV systems will be allowed to be moved between buildings without the loss of Feed-in Tariff (FIT) payments. Previously, if a FIT accredited installation was moved it became ineligible for further support. Now, landlords and tenants who cannot guarantee having long-term ownership or lease of a building can move their solar PV and keep their ...

  • Dow Corning and Hemlock Semiconductor Reaction to Preliminary U.S. Department of Commerce Determination Regarding Solar Tariffs

    EDITOR’S NOTE: The following statement can be attributed to Robert D. Hansen, president and CEO, Dow Corning ...

  • BC tables clean energy act

    On April 28, the government of British Columbia announced the introduction of a new Clean Energy Act. According to the press release, the Clean Energy Act "sets the foundation for a new future of electricity self-sufficiency, job creation and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, powered by unprecedented investments in clean, renewable energy across the province." Like Ontario"s Green Energy Act, the ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Weakest quarter for clean energy investment since 2009

    Global investment in clean energy in the first three months of 2013 was lower than in any quarter for the past four years, according to the latest figures from research company Bloomberg New Energy Finance. The first quarter investment figure for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy-smart technologies was $40.6bn, down 22% on the equivalent period of 2012 and 38% on the final quarter ...


    By Bloomberg New Energy Finance

  • Global investment in clean energy dips in First Quarter

    Global investment in clean energy in the first three months of 2013 was lower than in any quarter for the past four years, according to the latest figures from research company Bloomberg New Energy Finance. The first quarter investment figure for renewable energy, energy efficiency, and energy-smart technologies was $40.6bn, down 22% on the equivalent period of 2012 and 38% on the final quarter ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Solar energy can bring clean energy to over 4 billion people by 2030

    Solar electricity can contribute largely to the energy needs of two-thirds of the world’s population - including those in remote areas - by 2030. This is the main conclusion of the Solar Generation report, published by Greenpeace and the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) today. “Solar photovoltaic electricity has the potential to supply energy to over 4 billion people by 2030 if ...


    By Soler Power Europe

  • Frost & Sullivan: Asia Pacific To Assume Global Leadership For Clean Energy In 2017, Even Though High Growth In Smart Energy Will Remain Elusive

    Despite the global uncertainty brought about by recent events such as Brexit and policy direction of the incoming Trump administration, the outlook for energy and environment markets in 2017 is largely viewed to be balanced with a slight positive inclination. This follows a period of downward revisions to the economic growth forecasts and volatility in financial and commodities markets globally, ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • New ventures forum addresses challenges to scaling up clean energy access in India

    New Ventures India, part of WRI’s center for environmental entrepreneurship, and CDF-IFMR convened a workshop in Mumbai earlier this summer to address the barriers to the clean energy industry serving India’s rural poor. Representatives from every major clean energy company in India ...

  • Lessons from Japan: how the Nation can supercharge its clean-energy economy

    Two and a half years after the Fukushima disaster, all of Japan’s 50 nuclear reactors are offline. The nation’s total energy mix from nuclear power has dropped precipitously, from nuclear providing 11.3 percent in 2010 to just 0.7 percent in 2012, according to recently released data from Japan’s Ministry ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Annual Energy Statement 2013

    Mr Speaker, today I am laying before the House the Annual Energy Statement, alongside the Statutory Security of Supply Report. This coalition government is putting in place the most coherent, sustainable energy policy the United Kingdom has ever had: Creating one of the most competitive and attractive electricity investment markets in the world; And improving our energy security; boosting ...

  • Global Ocean Energy Report

    Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Ocean Energy Report ...


    By ReportLinker

  • Government action on energy bills

    With your permission Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement on the action the Government is taking to reduce the impact of Government policies on energy bills. Even though British households pay some of the lowest prices for gas and electricity in Europe, this is no comfort to those who have seen energy bills rise considerably over the past 10 years. The latest round of price rises ...

  • Solar Energy UK

    Solar PV is an important part of the UK’s energy mix and very much a renewables success story – overall deployment has surpassed expectations. Since 2010, from a starting point of almost zero, you, the industry, have now exceeded 4GW of capacity. This is a fantastic achievement. It means that the UK now has enough solar to power more than 900,000 homes with over half a million ...

  • Speech to the CBI Energy Conference 2014

    Introduction The last speech I gave - last week at the launch of Smart Energy UK - I was followed at the podium by Sir Bob Geldof – who gave a typically forceful, engaging and…..shall we say….colourful…speech. Today I’m being followed by Fatih Birol, from the IEA. I’m sure he’ll give an engaging speech too - though I’m not ...

  • Ontario releases long term energy plan

    The Ontario government has released an updated Long-Term Energy Plan designed to set the course for a clean energy revolution that will create thousands of new jobs in Ontario while cleaning up the air the citizens of Ontario breathe. The government's 20-year energy plan, Building Our Clean Energy Future, calls for essential investments to keep the lights on in homes, businesses, schools and ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • What keeps solar energy executives up at night

    I found myself stumbling across a lot of discussion about solar energy the past few days. There is both good news and bad news. San Francisco where I live is host to the U.S. Solar Market Insight conference which is officially sold out so conference organizer GTM Research has teased those of us not attending with online conference highlights. GTM is doing the event in collaboration with the solar ...


    By Greentech Media

  • Iran opens major new wind energy project

    Iran has launched a major new wind farm project as it looks to boost the share of renewable power sources in its energy mix. Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian and the MAPNA Group opened the first phase of the Kahak wind farm in the north-west province of Qazvin, which neighbours Tehran Province and reports suggest that it will have a 17.5MW capacity. The first phase of the project ...


    By Climate Action

  • Nova Scotia joins Canada’s green energy club

    I'm sitting in the office of Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter last Tuesday and he directs me to a green-tinted glass award sitting on a coffee table. The award, received by Dexter at the Copenhagen climate summit in December 2009, recognizes Nova Scotia for creating the first law in North America to put a hard cap on carbon emissions. "We're a small player, we understand, and I don't want to ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

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