Policy for Solar Energy News

Canada, Germany All Set To Ink New Hydrogen Deal
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and also German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will authorize an agreement for the advancement of green energy in Newfoundland.
Aug 17, 2022 // Policy, Solar to Fuel, green hydrogen, Wind Energy, wind power, green ammonia, German chancellor Olaf Scholz, green energy project in Newfoundland, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Stephenville, wind farm in Newfoundland, World Energy GH2
REA 'deeply concerned' by Truss and also Sunak solar views
Association steps in amid mounting criticism of the technology by UK leadership candidates
Aug 15, 2022 // Policy, UK, Europe, Agriculture, solar farm, REA, LAND, LIZ TRUSSP, RISHI SUNAK
Australian government legislates for net zero by 2050, locks-in pledge to prevent future reversals
Last week, the Australian federal government proposed legislation that will certainly lock-in Australia's commitment to accomplish net zero by 2050 along with offering greater oversight as well as accountability over progression on climate change in a sharp separation from the previous administration.
Aug 4, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Australia, Oceania, coal, legislation, net zero, legal
'A step in the wrong direction': United States utility-scale solar deployment fell 53% in Q2
US utility-scale solar installments in Q2 2022 were down 53% year-on-year as policy headwinds and trade concerns affected growth and raised the stockpile of postponed projects, a new report has actually disclosed.
Jul 28, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance News, Policy, California, USA, PPA, Texas, Invenergy, North America, Indiana, deployment statistics, American Clean Power Association, AD/CVD
Installation as well as growth firms drive United States solar job creation, claims IREC
Installation and project growth companies drove job development in the United States solar field last year as the market utilized 255,037 workers, a 9.2% rise on 2020, a report has revealed.
Jul 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, EPC, North America, employment, developers, diversity, irec
Indian federal government set to axe e-reverse auctions for renewables projects
India's federal government will certainly quit the digital reverse auctions of renewables projects in the nation amid fears it is leading to "unhealthy competitors".
Jul 19, 2022 // Policy, India, pv power plants, auctions, Asia, mnre, renewable auctions, bidding, electronic auctions, reverse auctions
Manchin's climate stonewalling 'squashing' for US renewables
Reports that US Senator Joe Manchin has actually decided not to accept climate measures within President Joe Biden's reconciliation bill has actually been met dismay by market stakeholders.
Jul 19, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, SEIA, North America, Joe Manchin, climate bill, budget reconciliation, Build Back Better
'The time for rhetoric is over': US solar business demand activity on budget bill
Hundreds of United States solar and power storage space firms have implored US lawmakers to pass a budget reconciliation bill having solar downstream and manufacturing supports.
Jul 13, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, SEIA, North America, Joe Biden, Joe Manchin, nancy pelosi, SEMA, budget bill, chuck schumer
South Korea to adjust renewables targets, develop more nuclear plants
South Korea is intending to change its renewables targets as part of a host of energy policies from the country's new government, which intends to enhance the role of nuclear power.
Jul 6, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, South Korea, Asia, renewable energy target, nuclear, energy security
Indiana 'taking a big step backward' by ending net metering, solar advocates state
Net meting for rooftop PV is finishing in Indiana with a policy change that doubters have actually warned will certainly make solar uneconomic for a lot of families and businesses in the US state.
Jul 5, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, rooftop, North America, policy, Solar United Neighbors, Indiana, net metering, distributed generation
US Supreme Court's EPA ruling will slow renewables release, solar supporters state
The US Supreme Court has restricted the federal government's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants in a ruling that doubters have advised will hit renewables implementation as well as hobble the Biden administration's climate agenda.
Jul 4, 2022 // Policy, SEIA, Environmental Protection Agency, ACORE, 8minute Solar Energy, net zero, Emissions, biden
Germany lastly offers energy storage space its own legal definition
The German parliament has passed law amendments giving energy storage its very own lawful definition, in a move invited by industry sources.
Jun 29, 2022 // Storage, Policy, Germany, Europe
US adds over 17,000 solar jobs in 2021, with 40% of all energy jobs now concentrated on net zero transition
The United States solar market added 17,212 jobs in 2021, up 5.4% on 2020 numbers, with 40% of all United States energy jobs now focused on the transition to a net zero economic situation, according to the Department of Energy's (DOE) US Energy as well as Employment Report (USEER).
Jun 29, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, doe, solar jobs, department of energy, clean transport, demographic, useer
Spain's earnings clawback plan 'would harm renewables investment motivation'
A suggested law in Spain focused on clawing back revenues from emissions-free nuclear power plant would develop threats for renewables investors as well as favour fossil fuel-fired generation, according to trade teams that have advised the European Union (EU) to intervene.
Jun 28, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Spain, Europe, European Union, windeurope, Eurelectric, REPowerEU, AELEC
Michigan regulators approve Consumers Energy's clean energy plan
The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has authorized utility Consumers Energy's plan to end coal use by 2025.
Jun 24, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, ENERGY STORAGE, Michigan, North America, michigan public services commission, us utility, Consumers Energy, coal plant retirement, coal phase out