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Policy & Markets

06 Dec | Record Number of Solar Companies Head to Capitol Hill in Advocacy Blitz

Led by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), today nearly 70 solar companies are visiting the offices of more than 100 members of Congress in an educational advocacy blitz called Solar Shines on the Hill Day.

05 Dec | SolarPower Europe Calls for a Network of 5GW Solar Module Factories to be Established in Europe

Industrial Policy Takes Centre Stage in Focus of SolarPower Europe’s Policy Ambition for 2019 and Beyond

04 Dec | SEIA and the Solar & Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico Formalize Partnership

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association of the U.S. solar industry, announced today that the Solar & Energy Storage Association of Puerto Rico (SESA-PR) is now an official SEIA affiliate.

04 Dec | Digital solar and storage will drive transition to a smarter energy system

Over 200 smart energy players came together for the only European event on ‘Digital Solar & Storage‘ on 4-5 December at the BMW World in Munich.

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03 Dec | Grid Intelligent Solar: How Solar Helps Stabilise Electric Grids

SolarPower Europe Publishes First Report on Grid Intelligent Solar – Unleashing the Full Potential of Utility-Scale Solar Generation

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03 Dec | Technology neutral tender 2018 determined

The technology neutral tender round for 2018 has now been determined and has resulted in a record low level of aid to onshore wind turbines and solar PV. The budget for the tender round was DKK 254 million (2018 prices).

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29 Nov | USTDA Expands Energy Access in Malawi While Creating Opportunities for U.S. Companies

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency awarded a grant to Golomoti JCM Solar Corporation (JCM), a Malawi-registered special purpose vehicle owned by JCM Power, a renewable energy development company.

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27 Nov | Developing Nations Assume Mantle of Global Clean Energy Leadership

Majority global wind/solar activity now in non-OECD countries; new coal build craters, innovative policies, and lower technology costs drive change.