The partnership between Australia and China is making the economics of solar persuasive, and the opportunities for Australia are endless.
It’s hard to find a more appropriate solution to the power, pollution, health and employment issues in Port Augusta than solar thermal with storage.
New research finds US solar provides more jobs per MWh than any other energy industry – and suggests solar’s enormous potential is no longer theoretical.
A new report highlights three crucial factors giving the solar industry the kind of momentum that could generate more than $1T in investments from 2012-2020.
LDK Solar cuts 22% of staff; bankruptcy shelves crowd-funded UK wind project; German solar installations double; SolarCity to float; RECs regulatory body established.
Alberta CCS project abandoned on poor CO2 outlook; Hansen says carbon price a must in climate fight; Japan’s 13% renewables boost; and Norway’s Leaf affair.
First Solar forced to adapt to a rapidly evolving market; good week for carbon as EU seeks to reactivate market.
Joint UK/US effort to make offshore wind more productive, cheaper; Japan renewables FiT close; SunPower takes solar carports to Italy; First Solar down, Q-Cells up.
The solar firm’s new CEO wants to build an investment vehicle to address the market’s two major barriers: difficulty obtaining PPAs and cost of capital.
McKinsey report shows how solar PV reaches grid parity with fossil fuels by 2020, and explains what happened in the recent boom and solar bust.