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.
Bangladesh collection for biggest solar roof with commercial leasing offer
Indian business Mahindra Susten will certainly give purchase, design and also building solutions on a $1.7 m, 3.1 MW selection for a German-Bangladeshi knitwear firm which will certainly get the power produced for $0.077/ kWh.
Mar 17, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Tariffs, Rooftop PV, India, Asia, rooftop PV, mahindra susten, Joules Power, Robin Razon Sakhawat
Tariff ceilings as well as COVID-19 concerns haunt 500MW solar tender in Gujarat
Indian utility Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd (GUVNL) has actually amassed simply 430MW of entries in its most current 500MW solar tender.
Mar 11, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, India, tender, Asia, Vinay Rustagi, gujarat, GUVNL, Coronavirus, tata, juniper, vena
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, Tariffs, Policy, Europe, Moldova, FITs
Ukraine reveals prepare for retroactive FIT cuts
The federal government has actually recommended PV plant drivers approve a 'volunteer' 12.5% decrease in feed-in tolls. If designers decline, policymakers can enforce 15-25% cuts, albeit with repayment agreements expanded 5 years. The radical steps are being thought about to minimize the price of the state-owned Guaranteed Buyer body, which acquires all electrical power created in Ukraine from renewable resource centers.
Mar 2, 2020 // Tariffs, FiT, Ukraine, Europe, Konstantyn Chyzhyk
Bifacial tariff exception remarks remain in: Installers desire untaxed components, panel makers do not
This previous Monday, Feb. 17 was the due date for remarks concerning bifacial components' exception from the Section 201 tolls on all imported photovoltaic panels. Tariffs on all imported photovoltaic panels-- not simply those originating from China-- were first started in 2018. Bifacial components got complete exemption in June 2019 prior to their exception was withdrawed in October 2019. The U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT) actioned in as well as renewed the exception in December 2019.
Feb 21, 2020 // Tariffs, USA, SEIA, Solar Panels, First Solar, bifacial, longi solar, North America, bifacial modules, Hanwha Q Cells, LG
Trump solar tolls falling short to start United States upstream turn-around, evaluation discovers
The protectionism people head of state Donald Trump has actually fallen short to stop the decrease of residential PV cell manufacturers and also will certainly not be sufficient to beat China's "state commercialism", a United States evaluation has actually discovered.
Feb 10, 2020 // Manufacturing, Tariffs, USA, China, Asia, Donald Trump, North America, trade war, usitc
Japan sets feed-in tariffs for the 2020 Japanese Financial Year
Feed-in tariffs (FiTs) in Japan for solar PV systems have actually now been provisionally set by the national Ministry of Energy Trade and Industry (METI) for the next financial year, which starts in April.
Feb 6, 2020 // Markets & Finance, Tariffs, Japan, Asia, rooftop PV, feed-in tariffs, third-party ownership
Japan awards just 39.8MW in fifth solar auction
Japan has awarded just 39.8MW of PV capacity in its fifth solar auction, despite there being more than 416MW initially on offer.
Jan 28, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance, Tariffs, Japan, Asia, auction, tariff, METI
Vietnam to keep the existing feed in tariff for one more year
The government of the country finds it vital not to change the existing FIT till the end of the year in order to keep rooftop solar development at high level.
Jan 27, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Tariffs, Rooftop PV, Asia, rooftop PV, Vietnam
Qatar utility hails ultra-low tariff in tender for 800MW bifacial PV park
A Qatar utility has secured what it claims is a world record-breaking tariff of QAR0.0571/kWh (US$0.01569/kWh) under a tender for the country’s utility-scale debut, beating last year's low price milestones in Portugal and Dubai.
Jan 27, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance, Tariffs, tender, auctions, Asia, Qatar, Total, Kahramaa, gulf, world record, marubeni corporation