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Switzerland will adopt PV self-consumption rules

Homeowners that want green electricity helped by the gorverment

The new ruling will be adopted starting from the beginning of the next month. Residential PV customers can choose to reimburse 30% of the bills or a FIT. Swiss homeowners that want to use green energy and decide to purchase solar panel systems can’t consume the resulted electricity right way, but they have to wait […]

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March 12th, 2014 | Posted in _featured slider,Energy Market,Europe,Legislation,Market News,Solar PhotoVoltaics | Read More »

U.K. and Bulgaria, the two EU countries who adhered to WEEE PV Directive in time

Two E.U. countries submitted to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive

Just two E.U. countries submitted to the most recent Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) on PV modules and introduced them in their national laws until de 14th of February deadline. Last Friday was the last chance for E.U. countries to comply with the most recent WEEE directives, a set of rules for the […]

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February 19th, 2014 | Posted in _featured slider,Europe,Legislation,Market News,Solar PhotoVoltaics | Read More »

Spanish solar market is rising

The statistics for the PV market for 2010 released by the Spanish photovoltaic association ASIF, according to which the Spanish PV industry is moving strongly into the international market. Thanks to the changes in the Spanish solar energy promotion policies and because a yearly cap of 500 MW was set, the international sales in 2010 […]

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July 10th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

Algeria discovered solar thermal just one year ago

Algeria is the fourth biggest exporter of natural gas worldwide, the second biggest producer of liquefied petroleum gas and the tenth biggest producer of mineral oil. The consequence is clear: renewable energies are not in the focus of the government.

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July 1st, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,Asia,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

3000 MW by 2020 in Malaysia

Malaysia‘s parliament announced the country’s installation targets for renewable energies and the plan to install 3,000 MW of renewable by 2020. They expect that 1,250 MW will be generated by photovoltaic installations and another 1,065 by biomass.

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July 1st, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Asia,Biomass,BUSINESS,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Market News,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

1 Million Solar Water Heaters in Africa by 2015

A major green initiative will take place in Africa. Eskom, the South African utility has announced a plan to install 1 million solar water heaters by 2015 and for many they will be free, because Eskom will offer free 110 liter capacity solar water heaters to the families who use paraffin heaters that cause air […]

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June 28th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Africa,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,Market News,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

Solar thermal market is decreasing

A new report has been released focusing on two renewable energy technologies: solar thermal energy for hot domestic water heating and concentrating solar power (CSP) for electricity generation. The EurObserv’ER Solar Thermal Barometer shows different fortunes for the two solar thermal technologies.

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June 27th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar Thermal,WORLD | Read More »

Corsica started to become attractive for the solar sector

Corsica, the fourth largest Mediterranean island enjoys a high degree of autonomy. This island has a high solar radiation levels, between 1,750 and 1,900 kWh/m2, they are the highest in all of Europe.

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June 22nd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,Solar PhotoVoltaics,WORLD | Read More »

Switzerland stops nuclear power

We all know how dangerous nuclear power is after the disaster in Japan. Many countries have begun protest to give up nuclear energy and Switzerland is one of them.

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May 30th, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Europe,INDUSTRY,Legislation,WORLD | Read More »

Top 10 clean energy states in U.S.

Promoting green technology is on the rise. An extensive study released Wednesday by consulting firm Clean Edge offers some results.

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May 23rd, 2011 | Posted in _featured slider,Analysis & Features,BUSINESS,Energy Market,INDUSTRY,Legislation,MARKETING,USA,WORLD | Read More »

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