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The government is planning to replace the price offered to PV projects that have a capacity of 3-9 MW with hourly tariffs. Solar association Acesol agrees with some of the suggestions but rejects the proposed tariff change. The current system has been the main market driver for Chilean PV for the last two years. APRIL 25, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI The PMGD payment scheme which has been so successful in Chile should not be altered, says solar body Acesol. Image: C
Solar power has broken two records. It offered the lowest tariff in Greece¡¯s first joint PV-wind tender and it achieved the lowest tariff ever awarded a Greek PV project. APRIL 24, 2019ILIAS TSAGAS State-owned utility PPC was the only solar bidder to miss out in the first hybrid renewables procurement exercise. Public Power Corporation S.A. Hellas/Flickr The results of Greece¡¯sfirst joint tender for solar and wind powerhave been published b
Two government agencies and the Port of Rotterdam are planning to deploy the installation at De Slufter, a 250-hectare depot for contaminated sediment. APRIL 24, 2019EMILIANO BELLINI Floating solar projects, like this one in Singapore, are proving a popular option in the Netherlands. Image: SERIS A contaminated water basin at the Maasvlakte ¨C an artificial extension of the Europoort industrial facility at the port of Rotterda
Renewable energy delivered 56 GW of capacity at noon on Easter Monday, with consumption coming in around 61 GW. The price on the power exchange fell to minus €83.01/MWh during peak hours. APRIL 23, 2019RALPH DIERMANN Image: Naturstrom AG Conditions for renewable power generation were very good on Easter Monday, thanks to bright sunshine across all of Germany and a light breeze in many parts of the country. German think-tank Agora Energiewend
The French manufacturer and EPC company says it is building a 4.5 MW solar farm in the country as part of a commitment to Cypriot PV in 2019. APRIL 22, 2019ILIAS TSAGAS Module manufacturer Recom has moved to take a slice of the island¡¯s promising PV market. Image: Recom French PV manufacturer Recom has announced it has acquired some 20 MW of solar capacity in Cyprus that it is aiming to install this year. A 4.5 MW solar farm i