The prices of both multi-crystalline and mono-crystalline modules continue to tumble this week. The slower demand in China has triggered fears over solar market turbulence, not just in China but across the Asia, with contagious spillovers to the global markets. The solar panel prices in China have experienced a great pressure as the competition among the suppliers become extremely intense in order to compete for limited solar projects especially after more domestic production capacities ramped up by Chinese 2nd tier suppliers. Meanwhile, in order to digest the excess stockpiles that left from slow China demand, the 2nd tier Chinese module suppliers also intend to strengthen its presences in the key solar markets, India and SEA where no punitive tariff are enforced. Hence, solar panel prices in these regions have seen fierce price competition with price quotes around $0.40/watt.
Springbok 1 and 2 expected to replace 580,000 metric tons of CO2 per year
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Timothy Cama for The Hill: The Obama administration is making a new large-scale effort to encourage deployment and use of rooftop solar power on homes. Numerous agencies announced new or strengthened coordinated efforts Tuesday aimed at increasing solar installations in houses owned by low- and moderate-income Americans, including a new goal for solar installations and a policy change to increase access to a key financing mechanism for solar power and energy efficiency. “This is an approach that cuts across the government to try to take advantage of the fact that the cost of renewable technologies has come down dramatically during President Obama’s tenure, and we want to advantage of that a try to encourage more homeowners to actually benefit directly from that dynamic,” Brian Deese, a top adviser to Obama, told reporters. The administration is dubbing the effort the “Clean Energy for All Americans Initiative.” Cont'd...
In a perfect world, all industries and applications would be fuelled by renewable energy and provide us with sustainable power. Unfortunately, there are many problems to resolve before industries can fully rely on a consistently sustainable source of power.
An increased push from the United Nations (UN) to combat climate change will lead to a wider adoption of energy from renewable sources, including solar power, over the coming years. As a result, global water, energy and maintenance solutions provider NCH Europe is urging solar energy providers to consider the cleanliness of their solar panels to increase efficiency and reliability.
"Distributed Solar PV Market Size, Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook, Application Development, Price Trend, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2016 - 2023"
Vivint Solar selects HERO program to finance installations for homeowners who wish to purchase solar energy systems using Property Assessed Clean Energy financing
"Clean Energy Savings For All" Initiative Benefits Americans From Coast to Coast New Program Aims to Bring One Gigawatt of Solar to Low and Moderate Income Communities
Following is a statement from Tom Kimbis, interim president of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), on the Obama administration's creation of the Clean Energy Savings For All initiative:
Investment slowdowns in China and Japan, as well as further reduction in the cost of solar, mean 2016 investment will fall well short of 2015's upwardly revised $348.5bn
Investors will need to understand the differences between on-grid and off-grid solar. And a long term proof of bankability of the off-grid solar sector is still needed.
• GE to Introduce the Japanese Solar Industry to the 1.5kV Solar Inverter Technology • GE Will Help Looop Co. Ltd. Become the First 1.5kV Photovoltaic System Builder and Owner in Japan
Canadian Solar Launches New Field-Installable T4 PV Connector for Faster, Lower-Cost PV Installations
The T4 PV Connector is a high-quality field-installable PV connector manufactured by TLIAN, a subsidiary of Canadian Solar established in December 2014. The T4 Connector has been in production since May 2015, after being granted state-of-the-art double certification per IEC62852/UL6703 standards, with over 12 million connectors already deployed in field installations.
Chile continues to spearhead the region's PV installations, accounting for 44 percent of new additions this year.
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