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New Round of the American Made Solar Challenge: Entrepreneurs to Change the Solar Industry

American Made Challenge Highlights Entrepreneurs That Could Change the Solar Industry

All you need is an idea. The American Made Solar Challenge aims to showcase and propel entrepreneurs who have an idea of how to transform the...
A House in Antarctica: An Insight Into Antarctica's Solar Potential

Antarctica as a Solar Hub: Possible or Pipe Dream?

When it comes to ideal spaces for huge solar installations, there are common factors that make a location appealing. Lots of space and lots...
Post-Brexit UK Solar Industry Insights

Sunshine or Storm Clouds? the Future of the UK’s Solar Industry Post-Brexit

Presently the United Kingdom’s economy—and indeed its society as a whole—is undergoing an immense transition. The Brexit referendum of June 23rd, 2016 saw a...
Ground Mounted Solar Mini-Grids in Rural Africa

Mini-Grids Can Give Millions Power, but Bureaucracy and Technical Issues Still Stand in the...

Across Africa and Asia, exciting plans for new mini-solar grid projects are being announced at a rapid pace. However, a surprisingly small percentage of...
Australian Tenants Calling for Erection of Solar Panels on their houses

The Challenges Australian Solar Must Address for a Sunny Future

For the Australian solar industry 2020 has seen a new year bring a new landscape. Bushfires that rage across many parts of the nation...
Myanmar Solar: Lots of Potential, But a Cloudy Outlook for Solar Energy Development and Growth

Myanmar Solar: Lots of Potential, But a Cloudy Outlook for Solar Energy Development and...

Solar energy is just beginning to gain some traction in Myanmar, a country that has been gradually opening up its economy and society to...
Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrids to Power the Bahamas During Hurricane Dorian

Seven Solar-Plus-Storage Microgrids Live in the Bahamas; More to Come

Hurricane Dorian all but devastated the Bahamas in September, the lightly populated island of Abaco being hit the worst. It wasn’t long thereafter that...
Solar Power Costs Drop Below Natural Gas Generation in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian Solar Power Set to Surge as Costs Drop Below Natural-Gas Generation

Southeast Asian nations are stepping up plans to invest in and deploy solar power as the cost has dropped below that for gas-fired power...
Cambodia Solar Energy Profile: Reaching a Climate Change, Clean Energy and Sustainable Development Tipping Point

Cambodia Solar Energy Profile

Cambodia’s economy is growing fast, and so is its demand for energy. Decisions made today regarding sources of fuel and power generation will determine...
National Flag, Solar Panels and Blue Sky: Solar Energy Development in Spain

Spain’s Second Solar Boom, and Possible Market Failure?

New solar installations in Spain have soared since the institution of new, more ambitious national renewable energy goals and regulatory reforms, including rescinding regulations...
Philippines Solar Energy Profile: A Lot in the Way of Political and Regulatory Obstacles and Barriers Need to Be Overcome

Philippines Solar Energy Profile: Philippines Falls Far Short of Realizing Solar, Renewable Energy Potential

An archipelagic nation with a population of 100 million-plus people spread across some 7,641 islands, the Philippines has set some ambitious renewable energy and...
China’s Panda Solar Station Along Its New Silk Road

International Research Project Charts Course for Chinese Transition to Unsubsidized Power Market

Last Updated on August 22, 2019, 3:25 AM China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), one of the country’s foremost economic agencies, and the National...

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