PV InfoLink analyzed the key markets of China’s big module manufacturers, as well as product trends, based on export statistics. According to trade figures, the nation’s module exports totaled 34.2 GW in the first half of 2019, up by more than 90% from the corresponding period of 2018. In a nutshell, overseas demand has been strong in 2019.
Nov 1, 2019 // Manufacturing News, Markets & Finance News, Japan, Canadian Solar, Spain, Portugal, Germany, India, SunPower, China, Ukraine, Australia, JA Solar, Europe, JinkoSolar, Asia, Risen Energy, Oceania, Trina Solar, PV InfoLink
Gravity based Energy Storage Startup Energy Vault Reveals $100 Million Financing
Gravity storage space uses a high possible method to save energy, and also the backing for Energy Vault Suggests investors buy in. Gravitricity is an additional company that remains in the very same area
Aug 26, 2021 // Markets & Finance News, Storage, EnergyVault, Gravity Storage, prime movers lab, robert piconi, Series C fund raise, Zia haque
Global Energy Storage Market Set to Hit One Terawatt-Hour by 2030
The united state and also China will certainly lead, declaring over half of the worldwide installments by the end of this years
Nov 17, 2021 // Storage, USA, Japan, Germany, UK, India, China, Australia, Europe, Asia, Oceania, North America, Yayoi Sekine, Yiyi Zhou
San Jose Clean Energy, EDP Renewables sign large solar-plus-storage PPA
San Jose Clean Energy (SJCE) and EDP Renewables SA (EDPR), through its fully owned subsidiary EDP Renewables North America, signed a 20-year power purchase agreement for 100 megawatts of new solar energy and 10 MW of battery storage at the Sonrisa Solar Park in Fresno County, California. The project is anticipated to be operational in 2022.
Aug 9, 2019 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Residential, Markets & Finance News, Storage, California, USA, storage, CCA, San Jose Clean Energy, EDP Renewables SA, EDP Renewables, Mayor Sam Liccardo, East Bay Community Energy
Canada extends trade measures against Chinese metal silicon
With the anti-dumping and countervailing duties imposed in November 2013 set to expire nine months ago, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal has extended them for another five years, ruling their expiry would harm the nation’s only domestic manufacturer.
Aug 27, 2019 // Manufacturing News, Canada, China, polysilicon, Asia, North America, metal silicon, Quebec Silicon Limited Partnership, Canadian International Trade Tribunal, QSIP Canada ULC, Wacker Chemie AG, Pedro Larrea
‘Energy storage is not enough, a renewables grid needs flexible gas back-up’
The managing director of London-based energy infrastructure company Statera has told pv magazine a clean energy grid in the U.K. will require as much flexible gas plant capacity as battery storage.
Sep 1, 2019 // Plants, Storage, Grids, storage, UK, Europe, flexible gas plant, Statera, Tom Vernon
Upstream ROUND-UP: Q CELLS toasts 1.7GW plant; Sungrow debuts line; Risen & Arctech milestones.
Hanwha Q CELLS has celebrated the grand opening of what it bills as the “largest” solar panel factory in the western hemisphere, a US$200 million facility in Dalton, Georgia, meant to supply 1.7GW to the US market every year.
Sep 23, 2019 // Manufacturing News, Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Sungrow, India, Ukraine, Europe, Asia, Risen Energy, North America, Hanwha Q Cells, kazakhstan, downstream, arctech solar, Brian Kemp
Solar O&M Market Set To Grow to $15 billion By 2030-Woodmac
Global non-residential solar operations and maintenance (O&M) spend is expected to strike US$ 15 billion by 2030. Yet brand-new study from global power consultancy Wood Mackenzie (Woodmac) shows that progressively affordable auction prices, combined with increasing work and also supply chain expenses, suggest solution vendors deal with difficulties to stay lucrative.
Feb 2, 2022 // Markets & Finance News, NTPC, woodmac, Leila Garcia da Fonseca, adani group, terling and Wilson Solar
15-acre rechargeable battery storage space system recommended for Licking County
One of the largest rechargeable battery energy storage projects in the eastern half of the nation could be coming to Licking County in an area surrounded by data facilities, the upcoming Intel project and also various other projects where there is big need for power.
Apr 26, 2022 // Storage, Storage Project, Eolian, Licking County, Joshua Rhoades
IRENA Launches Reports On Global Hydrogen Trading Trends In 2050
With the prices of renewables seeing a plunge and the potential of global hydrogen overtaking the demand for global energy by twenty times, three-quarters of global hydrogen would still be produced and also made use of in your area in 2050. IRENA's World Energy Transitions Outlook forecasts hydrogen covering 12 per cent of global energy demand and also reducing 10 per cent of CO2 emissions by 2050. This trade made it possible for with pipelines would be dominated in two regional markets- Europe (85 percent) and also Latin America with 15 percent.
Jul 8, 2022 // Market Research, IRENA, green hydrogen, decarbonising, hydrogen imports, pipelines, trading partner
Massachusetts takes SMART program to 3.6 GW, includes power storage space regulation
The United States state of Massachusetts has actually released an emergency situation law to its Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) program, that consists of increasing the PV capability it looks for to aid release along with mandating the enhancement of power storage space on projects over 500kW.
Apr 16, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, Massachusetts, SMART, policy and regulation, solar-plus-storage, North America, co-location, covid-19, government incentives, support schemes, renewable portfolio standards
Repositioning Australian roof PV
A University of South Australia research study has shown that solar owners offering electrical energy to the grid ought to position their panels to lessen the inconsistency in between peak usage and height production.
Sep 2, 2020 // Commercial, Residential, Grids, Rooftop PV, Australia, rooftop PV, Oceania, Kirrilie Rowe, OpenSolar, Andrew Birch
Sunfolding seeks to disrupt the tracker sector with air pneumatics
With $32 million in collection B financing as well as an ever-growing project pipe, air-based tracker start-up, Sunfolding, is hoping to raise its keep in the tracker market with tech that's straightforward, light as well as can be set up on terrain previously believed untouchable.
Sep 9, 2020 // Technology, Large-Scale, USA, North America, startup, Sunfolding, Gwen Rose
Renewable Energy Investment Hits Record-Breaking $358 Billion in 1H 2023
Global new investment in renewable energy skyrocketed to $358 billion in the first six months of 2023, a 22% rise compared to the start of last year and an all-time high for any six-month period. This is based on the latest investment data from BloombergNEF’s 2H 2023 Renewable Energy Investment Tracker report, published on August 21, 2023.
Aug 22, 2023 // Market Research, USA, Germany, China, Europe, Asia, North America
Terawatt scale by 2022
The solar field is no stranger to breaking records. Probably the most remarkable figure to emerge from SolarPower Europe's new 'Global Market Outlook' is that the global solar sector will reach terawatt scale by 2022-- just four years after the 500 GW milestone was reached. Michael Schmela from SolarPower Europe sets out the reasoning behind this and also various other key searchings for in the record.
Jul 23, 2020 // Opinions, WORLD, covid-19, Terawatt, Michael Schmela