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Power neighborhood arrangements for Italy
New gauges presented by the federal government permit families, companies as well as public entities to create as well as trade tidy electrical power in low-voltage grids. The brand-new structure is open to power projects with a generation ability no larger than 200 kW.
Mar 3, 2020 // Policy, Italy, Europe, Emilio Sani
Moldova presents feed-in tariff for small scale solar
When brand-new renewables FITs are released in the nation's main journal within the following couple of days, the 15-year settlements will certainly come right into pressure. The federal government intends to designate 15 MW of solar centers varying in dimension from 10 kW to 1 MW via the system, with bigger projects needing to complete in public auctions.
Mar 2, 2020 // Residential, Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Policy, Europe, Moldova, FITs
DGTR Proposes Anti-Dumping Duty on Al-Zn Coated Flat Products
DGTR-- Ministry of Commerce and also Industry, has actually recommended the charge of anti-dumping responsibility on imports on Aluminium as well as Zinc covered items from 3 countries.
Mar 2, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, India, Asia, anti-dumping duty, DGTR
Tunisia presents brand-new regulations for self-consumption, internet metering
The brand-new regulative structure consists of the alternative to offer electrical energy to huge power customers via reciprocal PPAs.
Feb 28, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Tunisia, Africa
Australian state releases itself from government irons to open even more grid capability
The federal government of Victoria has actually made a decision to damage from nationwide electrical energy guidelines as well as present regulation to fast-track concern projects such as grid range batteries as well as transmission upgrades, as well as include even more big range solar as well as wind. The revealed reforms have actually motivated a flurry of response.
Feb 21, 2020 // Policy, Australia, Oceania, Kane Thornton, Lily D'Ambrosio, Sarah McNamara, Andrew Richards
Post-Brexit reshuffle brings to the fore brand-new head of UK power plan
Management of the UK's Department for Business, Energy as well as Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has actually altered hands, with Alok Sharma designated power assistant.
Feb 17, 2020 // Policy, UK, Europe, Brexit, boris johnson
Govt Customizes Stipulation; Cuts Application Costs for Little Solar Module Manufacturers
In a considerable action in the direction of offering more alleviation to tiny solar module makers, the Ministry of New and also Renewable Energy (MNRE) has actually customized its present arrangements connected to application charges.
Feb 7, 2020 // Policy, India, Asia, solar cell, mnre, solar module
More than 5,000 heaps of modules gathered for recycling in France
PV Cycle has stated it gathered more than 280,000 photovoltaic panels at the end of their lifecycle in France last year, consisting of 200 heaps from the country's abroad territories.
Feb 4, 2020 // Policy, France, Europe, recycling, PV Cycle
Greece to overhaul licensing regime which puts the brakes on solar
The energy ministry has published a plan to radically simplify the renewable energy permitting process. The new system is expected to come into force as early as next month and will be applied retroactively to address a 22-month backlog in generation license applications.
Jan 17, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Greece, Europe, license, rae, Stelios Psomas
IEA Launches its First in-Depth Review of India’s Energy Policies
The International Energy Agency (IEA) in partnership with NITI Aayog has recently released its first in-depth review of India’s energy policies.
Jan 15, 2020 // Policy, India, Asia, Market research, IEA, India Energy Policies
Solar industry asks Governor Phil Murphy to sign flexible clean energy spending caps legislation
The New Jersey General Assembly and Senate passed legislation that clarifies the Board of Public Utilities’ (BPU) authority under the Clean Energy Act. The identical bills authorize the BPU to rollover unused funding to the following year when calculating the cost caps. This measure would ease current constraints found under the program’s year-to-year cost caps.
Jan 14, 2020 // Policy, USA, SEIA, New Jersey, North America, Phil Murphy
Bolsonaro scraps solar tax planned by Brazilian regulator
The Brazilian president said the potential introduction of a grid fee for net metered solar systems will be eliminated thanks to an urgent ad-hoc decree expected to be approved soon by parliament. The proposed ‘solar tax’ would have affected all new PV installations with a generation capacity of no larger than 5 MW under Brazil’s net metering regime.
Jan 7, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, South america, Brazil, jair bolsonaro, ANEEL, Rodrigo Maia, David Alcolumbre, André Pepitone
Net-metered rooftop PV on the rise in Malaysia
Sustainable Energy Development Authority figures show the country saw around 94 MW of new rooftop generation capacity added in the first 11 months of last year. That compares to less than 14 MW in the previous three years.
Jan 7, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Residential, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Rooftop PV, Malaysia, Asia, rooftop PV, Seda
New net-metering regulations issued in Maharashtra
The latest regulation regarding net-metering and net-billing arrangements for rooftop PV installations has been issued by MERC in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Jan 3, 2020 // Policy, Rooftop PV, India, Asia, rooftop PV, maharashtra, MERC
UK energy suppliers unveil mixed bag of solar export tariffs
Energy suppliers in the UK have unveiled a mixed bag of tariffs for domestic solar exports, with O&G major Shell’s supply business unveiling a tariff of just 0.001p/kWh.
Jan 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance News, Tariffs, Policy, UK, Europe, shell, Chris Hewett