Solar Tariffs News

How do solar tariffs vary around the globe? How do they change as the solar industry grows? What factors influence power tariffs? How is power price interconnected with solar production cost? Which countries sell solar energy the cheapest and why? All the related news and fresh information is presented in this category.

New reduced solar price in Greece but capability fails once again as parliament passes EUR100m EV subsidy plan
The rate tariff agreed by German business ABO Wind for two 10 MW solar projects in Igoumenitsa was available in a tender which alloted just 142 MW of generation ability, well except the hoped-for 482 MW. It is really hoped a slimline licensing process, to be used in the next purchase round, will address the problem.
Jul 29, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Storage, Tariffs, Greece, tender, Europe, ABO Wind, Kostas Karamanlis
Q Cells presents eco-friendly electrical energy tariffs for German companies
Hanwha Q Cells GmbH today revealed the launch of environmental electrical power tariffs for little and also medium-sized business in Germany, according to its plan to become a full-service eco-friendly power solutions supplier.
Jul 24, 2020 // Tariffs, Germany, Europe, Hanwha Q Cells
Shell taps sonnen to pilot 'first of its kind' solar-storage tariff in the UK
Shell's power supply department has actually released a new solar and storage tariff in the UK that aims to "change" just how domestic solar installations are used.
Jul 18, 2020 // Residential, Tariffs, UK, Europe, solar-plus-storage, shell, Shell Energy, Sonnen, Colin Crooks
Israel's solar-plus-storage tender wraps up with final price of $0.0578/ kWh.
The federal government designated 168 MW of ability via the tender and also chosen three developers for 11 projects, with capacities of 100 MW, 48 MW as well as 20 MW.
Jul 15, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Storage, Tariffs, tender, Asia, Israel, solar-plus-storage, Eitan Parnass
Green electrical power tariffs, 1 GW solar tender 'light at the end of the tunnel' for Turkish PV
The brand-new 1 GW Yeka tender in Turkey is more than welcome, claims KRC Consulting's Hakki Karacaoglan and Life Enerji's Ramazan Aslan. Laws to allow "environment-friendly electrical power" tariffs, additionally revealed this month, include additional energy to the nation's solar industry-- permitting Turkish consumers pick renewable resource for their power supply.
Jul 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, Policy, Opinions, tender, Asia, Turkey, Hakki Karacaoglan
Solarpack reveals record-breaking solar plant will certainly remain in Rajasthan
The Spanish programmer, which will offer solar energy at an Indian record low tariff of Rs2.36/ kWh under a 25-year offer has spoken with pv magazine regarding the specifics of the landmark PV plant.
Jul 1, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance, Tariffs, India, pv power plants, Asia, Solarpack, Javier Arellano
Tunisia's 70 MW PV tender wraps up with least expensive quote of $0.044/ kWh.
Released in July 2019, the procurement exercise has actually seen final quotes varying from TND millimes 125.3922 ($ 0.0444)/ kWh to TND millimes 129.9736/ kWh for jobs varying from 1 MW to 10 MW. The tender great deal for projects of 1 MW, final bids are between TND millimes 189.500 ($ 0.0671)/ kWh to TND millimes 213.500/ kWh.
Jun 18, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, tender, Tunisia, Africa
Talk of 'globe record' as India's Adani bags 8GW, US$ 6bn solar contract
India's COVID-hit solar industry has actually gone into the international spotlight today, with a leading industry gamer securing what is being referred to as the biggest solar contract ever seen on the planet's background.
Jun 10, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Markets & Finance, Tariffs, India, Asia, Adani Green Energy, Rajasthan, tenders and auctions, solar tenders
Bulgaria intends to present FITs for solar systems approximately 30 kW
The government is thinking about a EUR0.12/ kWh feed-in toll for PV setups with a generation capacity of approximately 5 kW as well as of EUR0.10 for 5-30 kW systems. If carried out, the plan will come into force next month.
Jun 3, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, Europe, Bulgaria, Anton Zhelev
Israeli national lottery game sustains roof PV program with $0.12/ kWh feed-in tariff
The incentive scheme awards a 23-year, $0.12/ kWh feed-in tariff to roof arrays with a generation ability of approximately 200 kW. Currently, 141 municipalities have actually applied to set up 116 MW of roof solar ability and also the federal government has actually raised the program's spending plan from $28.5 million to $143 million.
May 28, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, Rooftop PV, Asia, Israel, rooftop PV, tariff
Solar tariffs below Rs 2.55/kWh economically unviable currently, says Ieefa
To gain sensible returns on solar projects, designers have to consider the numerous threats as well as properly approximate the price of every part prior to bidding process.
May 26, 2020 // Tariffs, India, Asia, tariffs, Vibhuti Garg, Jyoti Gulia
Solar Energy Megaproject Posts World's Lowest Tariff
The Al Dhafra Solar PV project is slated to start business procedure in the 2nd quarter of 2022.
May 8, 2020 // Tariffs, Asia, UAE, Abu Dhabi Power Corp.
An additional 120 MW of solar tank farming in China
A 120 MW solar plant situated in a fishery near Cixi, in the Chinese district of Zhejiang, was lately finished. The plant, which has actually protected a toll of RMB0.95 ($ 0.12)/ kWh, is the 2nd stage of a 320 MW project had by Chinese developer Hangzhou Fengling.
Apr 20, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Inverters, Tariffs, China, pv power plants, Asia, Hangzhou Fengling Electricity Science Technology, Shenzhen Kstar Science and Technology, Tammy Tang
MNRE Cuts Tariff Ceiling by 70 Paise under CPSU Ph-II Solar Scheme
The Ministry of New and also Renewable Energy (MNRE) has actually decreased the toll ceiling by 70 paise to Rs 2.8 each from Rs 3.5 each previously under the phase-II of the Central Public Sector Undertaking (CPSU) program for establishing 12 GW of capability solar projects.
Apr 14, 2020 // Tariffs, India, Solar Energy, SECI, Asia, mnre, solar projects, IREDA
NT Solar setups drop as FiT reduced by 66%.
The Northern Territory Government specified freely that it would certainly money its brand-new home and also organisation battery system by greatly decreasing the feed-in toll paid to brand-new roof generators. The instant outcome appears to have actually been an instantaneous hideaway from roof solar installment that intimidates NT solar companies.
Apr 13, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Storage, Tariffs, Policy, FiT, Australia, Oceania, Leigh Fowkes, Katherine Solar