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  • European electricity price hikes supercharge solar

    European electricity price hikes supercharge solar

    As the continent struggles through this latest seasonal electricity price crisis, the power of solar has been brought to the fore. Households and industry alike have been affected by the challenges in electricity costs in recent weeks, as global economic recovery and supply chain issues have driv...
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  • What’s Driving the Rush for Solar Power?

    The energy transition is a major factor in the rise of renewable, but solar’s growth is partly due to how cheap it has become over time. Solar energy costs have fallen exponentially over the last decade, and it’s now the cheapest source of new energy generation. Since 2010, the cost of solar pow...
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  • PRO.FENCE at PV EXPO Osaka 2021

    PRO.FENCE attended PV EXPO 2021, held in Japan during  period of 17th-19th, November.  At the exhibition, PRO.FENCE displayed HDG steel solar  PV mount racking  and received many good comments by  customers. We also indeed appreciate all customers spending dear time visiting our booth. It was ou...
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  • Switzerland allocates $488.5 million for solar rebates in 2022

    Switzerland allocates $488.5 million for solar rebates in 2022

    This year, more than 18,000 photovoltaic systems, totaling around 360 MW, have already been registered for the one-off payment. The rebate covers around 20% of the investment costs, depending on the system performance. The Swiss Federal Council has earmarked CHF450 million ($488.5 million) for so...
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  • Solar Gardens Boost Traditional Farming with Renewable Energy

    Solar Gardens Boost Traditional Farming with Renewable Energy

    The farming industry is using way too much energy both for its own and the Earth’s sake. To put it in numbers, agriculture uses approximately 21 percent of food production energy, which equals 2.2 quadrillions of kilojoules of energy each year. What’s more, about 60 percent of the ene...
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  • Australian solar industry reaches historic milestone

    Australian solar industry reaches historic milestone

    Australia’s renewable industry has reached a major milestone, with 3 million small-scale solar systems now installed on rooftops, which equates to over 1 in 4 houses and many non-residential buildings having solar systems. Solar PV has recorded 30 per cent growth year on year from 2017 to 2020, i...
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  • South Australia’s rooftop solar energy supply has exceeded electricity demand on the network

    South Australia’s rooftop solar energy supply has exceeded electricity demand on the network

    South Australia’s rooftop solar energy supply has exceeded electricity demand on the network, allowing the state to achieve negative demand for five days. On 26 September 2021, for the first time, the distribution network managed by SA Power Networks became a net exporter for 2.5 hours with load ...
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  • The U.S. Department of Energy rewards nearly $40 million for decarbonized solar technology from the grid

    The U.S. Department of Energy rewards nearly $40 million for decarbonized solar technology from the grid

    Funds support 40 projects that will improve the life and reliability of solar photovoltaics and accelerate the industrial application of solar power generation and storage Washington, DC-The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today allocated nearly $40 million to 40 projects that are advancing the n...
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  • Supply chain chaos threatens solar growth

    Supply chain chaos threatens solar growth

    These are the core concerns that drive our newsroom-defining topics that are of great significance to the global economy. Our e-mails shine in your inbox, and there is something new every morning, afternoon, and weekend. In 2020, solar power has never been so cheap. According to estimates by the ...
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  • The USA policy can promote the solar industry…but it may still not meet the requirements

    The USA policy can promote the solar industry…but it may still not meet the requirements

    The USA policy must address equipment availability, solar development path risk and time, and power transmission and distribution interconnection issues. When we started in 2008, if someone proposed at a conference that solar energy would repeatedly become the largest single source of new energy ...
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