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Ingeteam achieves 100 percent growth in O&M services for renewables in the United Kingdom

– Ingeteam, in just one year, has doubled the power it maintains in the United Kingdom, moving up to 650 MW, which is equivalent to the annual energy consumption of 442,867 households. – This strong growth has led the company to double its staff in the United Kingdom. – It has recently won a new contract for the […]

The Conundrum of Anti-Dumping and Safeguard Duties in the Solar Sector

Already the World’s Leading Market, UK Doubles Support for Offshore Wind

U.K. expands renewable auctions, releases funds for the offshore wind supply chain and sets a new floating wind target. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has offered a huge boost to the country’s offshore wind sector as it looks to double-down on its status as the world’s leading market. The nation’s next round of contracts for […]

U.S. solar industry predicts installations will quadruple by 2030

World’s Biggest Offshore Wind Farm Will Boast World’s Largest Installed Turbines

On the day it walks away from coal, GE bags a huge 2.4-gigawatt turbine order for the U.K.‘s Dogger Bank project. The world’s largest planned offshore wind farm will use the world’s largest installed offshore wind turbines when it starts spinning in British waters. SSE Renewables and Equinor are developing the 3.6-gigawatt Dogger Bank project […]

The Conundrum of Anti-Dumping and Safeguard Duties in the Solar Sector

Europe’s Green Hydrogen Revolution Is Turning Blue

With the EU on the cusp of announcing its long-term hydrogen strategy, a huge question remains: Should blue hydrogen be excluded? Green hydrogen may get all the headlines, but the prospect of it fueling Europe’s future hydrogen economy on its own looks increasingly questionable. Blue hydrogen is produced from natural gas, with carbon capture and […]

RWE Renewables adding 40-MW / 80-MWh storage to its 200-MW solar project in Georgia

UK’s Largest Solar Project Approved, Will Snub Government Subsidies

A 350-megawatt U.K. solar project won its planning approval in Britain, hinting at a revival of a once-booming market. Cleve Hill, the U.K.’s largest-ever solar project, received its government planning approvals this week. The question is how the 350-megawatt development proceeds from here in a large-scale solar market that has all but died out. Located […]

U.S. solar industry predicts installations will quadruple by 2030

Europe Was at the Start of a Huge Solar Rebound. Does Coronavirus Threaten That?

Construction delays are manageable, supply-chain worries appear unfounded and low-risk solar investments may shine in an uncertain climate, experts say. Europe’s solar renaissance looks set to continue blossoming despite the impact of the coronavirus and falling power prices, experts and investors say. A combination of new competitive tenders and the increasingly favorable economics of solar […]

Norway sovereign wealth fund buys first renewable energy stake

Avalon and RedT Finally Ready to Merge in Rare Flow Battery Confluence

Consolidation could be just what the fledgling flow battery industry needs. Two flow battery companies are about to complete a months-long effort to combine forces. It’s a rare instance of elective M&A in this challenging sector of the energy storage industry, where acquisitions often happen after a bankruptcy or insolvency. North America’s Avalon Battery will […]

The Conundrum of Anti-Dumping and Safeguard Duties in the Solar Sector

How Europe’s Energy Islands Could Internationalize Offshore Wind Planning

European grid operators want to combine 10-gigawatt offshore turbine clusters, interconnectors and hydrogen. It no longer looks like a pipe dream. Proposals for Europe’s offshore energy islands are gaining momentum, with regulatory issues rather than technology now looking like the largest barrier. If massive offshore wind hubs are going to be built at scale, Europe […]

The Conundrum of Anti-Dumping and Safeguard Duties in the Solar Sector

JinkoSolar’s motion for summary determination of non-infringement will be granted by ITC JUDGE within two weeks

Jacksonville, Fla.: JinkoSolar Holding Co., Ltd. (NYSE: JKS) (“JinkoSolar”), one of the largest and most innovative solar module manufacturers in the world, today announced that the Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) in U.S. International Trade Commission Investigation No. 337-TA-1151 (“the 1151 Investigation”) issued an order indicating that JinkoSolar’s motion for summary determination of non-infringement will be […]

The Conundrum of Anti-Dumping and Safeguard Duties in the Solar Sector