Solar Energy Market Research I Solar Industry Analysis & Reports

Renewables Can Lower Energy Costs as well as Boost Energy Security in Antigua and Barbuda
IRENA report shows renewable generation, green hydrogen and EVs are the most cost-efficient energy method for the Caribbean island
Mar 11, 2021 // Market Research, IRENA, green hydrogen, Francesco La Camera, EVs, Molwyn M. Joseph
Australia to reach 30% non-hydro renewable energy by 2030
Australia has "high possibility" to become an international giant of eco-friendly hydrogen power generation as well as speed up the renewables market's development, according to brand-new study.
Mar 9, 2021 // Storage, Market Research, Australia, Oceania, fitch solutions, green hydrogen, thermal generation
India's fundamental customizeds obligation on modules and cells anticipated to be disclosed this week-- report
Details of India's recommended basic customizeds duty (BCD) on imported solar modules and cells are expected to be revealed this week, according to a report in nationwide news electrical outlet BusinessLine.
Mar 1, 2021 // Manufacturing News, Inverters, Market Research, India, pv modules, Asia, safeguard duty, basic customs duty, trade levy, cells, import duties
As much as 209GW of solar PV to be installed in 2021, BloombergNEF forecasts
As long as 209GW of solar PV could be mounted this year, BloombergNEF (BNEF) has actually stated, with project activity booming in most global markets.
Feb 24, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Market Research, India, China, polysilicon, Asia, BloombergNEF, install forecast
India poised for 'landmark year' for solar after 2020 installs diminish
COVID-19-induced project delays affected India's solar energy transition last year, but 2021 is still readied to be a "site year" for the source, according to new research.
Feb 22, 2021 // Market Research, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, India, JinkoSolar, Asia, rooftop solar, energy transition, Adani, Azure Power, JMK Research
Global PV (Photovoltaics) Market Insights Report 2021-- Industry Share, Growth Price, Trends Analysis Report
The global PV (Photovoltaics) market research report is an output of a detailed analysis of the earlier, existing, as well as future patterns out there for an approximated duration. This report supplies excellent PV (Photovoltaics) market understandings in addition to analysis that will certainly sustain your business highly as well as help you while making core choices to improve your organization.
Feb 22, 2021 // Market Research, Japan, Canada, Jinko Solar, Canadian Solar, China, Asia, Trina Solar, North America, Kaneka Corporation, Sharp Corporation, Yingli Green, Kyocera Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, JA Solar Co. Ltd, ReneSola Co. Ltd, Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd
Documenting a Decade of Price Declines for PV Solutions
NREL Marks Ongoing Price Reductions for Installed Photovoltaic Equipments, While Likewise Developing Benchmark of PV-Plus-Storage Equipments
Feb 19, 2021 // Market Research, NREL
'Blockbuster' 2020 for United States renewables as record 16.5 GW of solar deployed
The US renewables market got over headwinds in 2020 to post record deployment figures as well as proceed a decade-long growth pattern, a joint report from BloombergNEF (BNEF) as well as the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) has actually exposed.
Feb 18, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Market Research, USA, BNEF, North America, Ethan Zindler, BCSE, Lisa Jacobson
Australia Requirements Ambitious RE Target Policy to Unlock Investments: WoodMac
Australia requires an enthusiastic long-term Renewable Energy (RE) Target policy to unlock future financial investments, according to Wood Mackenzie
Feb 5, 2021 // Market Research, Australia, woodmac, Oceania, wind, RET Policy, Rishabh Shrestha
Not Yet Time For Batteries And Photovoltaic Solar Panels In Saudi Arabia
Two Saudi Arabian scientists, Professor Alberto Boretti and Dr. Wael Al-Kouz Prince Mohammad Bin Fahad University, together with Dr. Stefania Castelletto, an Associate Professor from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia, announced in a recent publication of IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science that contrary to claims that 100% renewable energy is possible in Saudi Arabia using PV single-axis and battery storage, the assumption is impractical and not feasible.
Feb 4, 2021 // Storage, Market Research, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Asia, Oceania, solr panel, Alberto Boretti, Wael Al-Kouz, Stefania Castelletto
South Australia Is a Time Machine Into the Solar-Powered Future
The glut of home-generated electrical power there holds lessons for the future of distributed energy generation.
Feb 4, 2021 // Market Research, Australia, South Australia, Oceania
Carmakers' Solid-State Battery Bet Benefits Long-range EVs
Solid-state battery growth varies by automaker. Cell energy density can increase by 45% with solid-state.
Jan 26, 2021 // Storage, Transport, Market Research, BNEF, Nissan Motor, Toyota Motor, Volkswagen AG, QingTao Energy Development Co
Wind and Solar Supply One-Tenth of India's Power in 2020
Total power generation is down 3% in 2020 over last year. Hydro imports from Bhutan enhanced by 60% in 2020.
Jan 26, 2021 // Market Research, NTPC, Adani Green Energy, ReNew Power, tata power, PV Power Plant, acme, wind and solar, Azure
Utility-scale solar surges to yet one more record year
Solar energy plants scratched up another record year according to initial numbers released today by utility-scale specialists Wiki-Solar. New setups in 2020 comfortably topped 50 GWAC, well ahead of the 43 GW record attained the previous year. Global advancing set up capacity is now close to 280 GWAC.
Jan 26, 2021 // Market Research, USA, UTILITY-SCALE SOLAR, Spain, South america, Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, Australasia
Renewable energy public auctions in Japan: Context, style and outcomes
Japan has long been a significant energy importer, relying greatly on fossil fuels to satisfy family and also community electrical power needs in addition to transport and industrial power need. Although the country originally opted for nuclear plants to diversify its power mix, the disaster at Fukushima in 2011 triggered a fundamental shift in Japanese energy policy.
Jan 26, 2021 // Market Research, Japan, Asia, IRENA, auction