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What Other Countries Can Learn From Australia’s Roaring Rooftop Solar Market

Australia is deploying renewables 10 times faster than the global average, with rooftop solar in the lead. What’s going on? Policymakers looking to speed up renewable energy deployment have a best-practice case study to look to: Australia is rolling out renewables 10 times faster than the global average, offering lessons as to what factors can […]

Electric vehicle tax leaves SA stalled at innovation gate

What Other Countries Can Learn From Australia’s Roaring Rooftop Solar Market

Australia is deploying renewables 10 times faster than the global average, with rooftop solar in the lead. What’s going on? Policymakers looking to speed up renewable energy deployment have a best-practice case study to look to: Australia is rolling out renewables 10 times faster than the global average, offering lessons as to what factors can […]

Uzbekistan shortlists Five Bidders in Final Phase of Uzbekistan’s 200 MW Solar Tender

Battery safety: UK net zero success could depend on 20 million ‘mini power stations’

The UK will need 20 million ‘mini power stations’ to reach its net zero energy goals, with the need to create a policy framework for technologies like solar PV and energy storage an immediate priority, a group convened in Britain’s parliament this week heard. While other rooms at Portcullis House, Westminster, were given over to […]

BYD Rumored to Enter Automotive Li-Ion Battery Market in 2H21 in Competition with LG Chem, CATL

WoodMac: Spanish ‘Gold Rush’ Helps Fuel New European Solar Boom

Subsidy-free projects, corporate deals, competitive tenders and green-minded politicians. Europe’s rebounding solar market has it all. Europe’s long solar winter has come to an end. After a multi-year period of depressed installations, Europe’s annual solar market is set to double over the next few years, and do so in a sustained manner, according to new […]

Norway sovereign wealth fund buys first renewable energy stake

Israel to Develop 6GW of Solar Capacity Over the Next Decade

Before the market can boom, the dry, sunny country needs to update its transmission grid and streamline the contracting process. It took years to develop, but Israel’s young solar market is poised to accelerate if some needed grid upgrades come through. After considerable pushing by a band of scrappy homegrown developers, solar power now delivers […]

EU-Africa Green Talks in Madrid: A green future for Africa