Policy for Solar Energy News

Policy support can bring about 'flurry of activity' in Europe's green hydrogen field
This year could be a tipping factor for Europe's green hydrogen market, with a flurry of activity forecasted if the essential policy environment is accomplished, according to research and also consulting company Delta-EE.
Feb 2, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, green hydrogen, Delta-EE, electrolysers, Robert Bloom
Italy honors 975MW of solar, wind in most recent renewables auction
Italy has alloted 975MW of solar PV as well as wind capacity in its 7th renewables public auction, according to figures from power monitoring agency GSE.
Feb 1, 2022 // Plants, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Italy, Enel, Europe, auction, juwi, GSE, auctions and tenders, r.power group
Clean energy company Husk indicators UN energy compact as it starts solar mini-grid growth in Nigeria, rest of Africa
Husk Power Systems, a clean energy firm that has actually been at the forefront of fueling rural electrification since 2008, is intending to introduce 500 solar mini-grids in Nigeria over the following 5 years.
Jan 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, Africa, Nigeria, Manoj Sinha, Husk Power Systems, Kanika Chawla
NextEra Energy CEO: Build Back Better is an 'accelerator, not something that we would certainly need'
The CEO of US utility NextEra Energy has said that while he thinks it is "most likely than not" that the clean energy piece of the nation's Build Back Better (BBB) bill gets acted upon this year, the business does not need policy assistance consisted of in the legislation to accomplish its targets.
Jan 27, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, financial results, North America, NextEra Energy, company results, Build Back Better
India could be in danger of supply and demand mismatch for solar equipment, Fitch warns
India goes to risk of a supply and also demand mismatch for solar equipment if residential PV manufacturers are not able to meet the amount and also quality called for by project programmers, Fitch Solutions has actually warned.
Jan 24, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Policy, India, Asia, fitch solutions, basic customs duty, deployment statistics, domestic manufacturing, import duty
European Commission launches consultation ahead of solar strategy expose
The European Commission has actually introduced a public consultation on solar power on the continent as it continues preparations to publish its solar strategy later this year.
Jan 24, 2022 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Europe, european commission
Mississippi updates PV net metering rules in increase for low-income households
Mississippi authorities have broadened the state's net metering programme to enhance complete payment rates for solar consumers and prioritise the fostering of distributed PV for low- to moderate-income (LMI) households.
Jan 21, 2022 // Residential, Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, SEIA, Mississippi, North America, distributed solar, net metering
Biden set to separate BBB however poised to prioritise clean energy parts of bill
President Joe Biden thinks he can win support for the energy and also ecological campaigns included in his Build Back Better (BBB) Act, saying he is confident of obtaining "big chunks" of the US$ 1.75 billion legislation authorized into regulation.
Jan 20, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, North America, Joe Biden, investment tax credit, policy, Joe Manchin, legislation, Build Back Better
United States DOJ appeals Section 201 bifacial exemption repeal
The United States Government has appealed versus the reinstatement of an exemption from Section 201 tariffs for bifacial modules.
Jan 17, 2022 // Tariffs, Policy, USA, SEIA, North America, tariffs, Joe Biden, section 201, Bifacial panels, department of justice
Net metering expert slams California's 'regressive' rooftop solar policy proposals
Proposed net metering (NEM) rules in California that would certainly add a US$ 8/kW per month grid access fee for domestic solar systems have actually been described as "regressive as well as inaccessible with reality" by a NEM policy expert.
Jan 14, 2022 // Residential, Storage, Policy, Rooftop PV, California, USA, Elon Musk, NEM, CPUC, California Public Utilities Commission, North America, electric vehicles, Gavin Newsom
NREL partners International Code Council to streamline property solar permitting in the United States
A new partnership in between the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the International Code Council (ICC) will certainly aim to enhance the adoption of software that instantly authorizes permits for rooftop solar systems.
Jan 13, 2022 // Residential, Markets & Finance News, Policy, Rooftop PV, USA, NREL, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, North America, software, SolarAPP+, The International Code Council
Brazil releases brand-new internet metering legislations for distributed generation
Brazil has published its long-anticipated net metering legislations that has presented a new framework for dispersed generation in the nation and will see any type of solar PV systems below 5MW eligible for internet metering tariffs till 2045.
Jan 11, 2022 // Policy, South america, Brazil, net metering, new regulations
Build Back Better continues to be deadlocked as Manchin insists negotiations at a standstill
US President Joe Biden's Build Back Better Act, which has a plethora of policy mechanisms in support of solar and energy storage, would show up to still be at a deadlock after Democrat Senator Joe Manchin claimed there were "no negotiations taking place".
Jan 6, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, Policy, USA, ITC, North America, Joe Biden, investment tax credit, Joe Manchin, Build Back Better, kyrsten sinema
DOE develops new Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations to scale eco-friendly innovations
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) has established the Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations, a brand-new DOE office that will certainly assist deliver on President Joe Biden's climate plans.
Dec 27, 2021 // Policy, USA, North America, green hydrogen, doe, Jennifer Granholm, bipartisan, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Senator Joe Manchin states he will not support Build Back Better strategy, cites grid dependability 'risk'.
US Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat who is key to passing President Joe Biden's US$ 1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act (BBB), claimed yesterday (Sunday) he will not support the plan, which he claimed would "run the risk of the reliability" of the nation's electric grid.
Dec 21, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Grids, Policy, USA, North America, grid stability, budget reconciliation, Build Back Better