Researchers engaged in the Capitano project are combining thin-film solar modules based on perovskite semiconductors with semiconductors made of copper, indium, gallium and selenium (CIGS).
Utility solar project announcements surged to 11.2 GW in the first half of 2019, with 6.2 GW contracted in Q2 alone. In addition to the utility solar pipeline growth, residential solar deployment rebounded from the same period last year.
BNEF's annual outlook revises up its forecast for global investment in stationary energy storage, and sees majority of capacity likely to be grid-scale
This year's report contains data from both on-site and off-site installations, tracking more than 7,000 MW of installed solar capacity across 35,000 projects, up from 2,500 MW and 7,000 projects in the 2017 report.
Solar, Wind, Batteries to Attract $10 Trillion to 2050, but Curbing Emissions Long-term Will Require Other Technologies Too
Each year, NEO compares the costs of competing energy technologies through a levelized cost of energy analysis. This year, the report finds that, in approximately two-thirds of the world, wind or solar now represent the least expensive option for adding new power-generating
In China, the policy unveiled in late April offered insights into its goal to achieve grid parity. To ensure solar can remain profitable without subsidies, the market has turned to high efficiency modules with low price.
New Report Surveys 6.5M modules, 355 Installations and 1.8GW of Total Power and Finds Total Module Defects up 34 percent Year over Year.
Crossing the 2 million solar installations threshold was just one of many highlights on the quarter
olor changing cars, ones with energy storage bodywork, light-emitting glass that darkens at a touch? All have been demonstrated. Supercapacitor buses charging in 10 seconds?
Annual market report shows a healthy wind industry delivered record US jobs, $1 billion in rural community and state payments last year
The annual increase of 7.9 per cent was bolstered by new additions from solar and wind energy, which accounted for 84 per cent of the growth. A third of global power capacity is now based on renewable energy.
Navigant Research Report Finds Storage Plus Renewables Power Purchase Agreement Prices Are Expected to Fall as Adoption Expands
Accurate valuing and positioning of storage plus renewables by utilities will continue to drive the North American market
Green Solar Technologies COO, Edward Harner states, "At Green Solar Technologies, we've noticed that Millennials are particularly fond of new energy-related technologies like residential solar and 'smart home' concepts like onsite energy storage."
The amount was a 2 percent decrease from 2017. However, the forecast shows the market rebounding in the years ahead, according to the newly released U.S. Solar Market Insight 2018 Year-in-Review Report from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the SEIA.
This year's edition is the first to include data and trends for electric vehicles and energy storage technologies, in addition to data-centric charts for wind, solar, hydropower, and alternative fuels.
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