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Korea Strengthens Its Competitiveness in Renewable Energy Testing and Certification
Korea Testing Certification (KTC) was appointed as a testing institution for crystalline solar modules.The Korean Agency for Technology and Standard of the Ministry of Knowledge Economy (KATS) additionally designated Korean Testing Certification (KTC) as performance testing insti...
Critique of the Proposed Changes to the German Solar Feed-in Tariff
Solar PV is of critical importance for energy independence and national security for Germany. The proposed changes in the nation would significantly reverse the progress and achievements made thus far. Clearly the proposed changes originated from utilities with higher cost nuclea...
Protecting Solar System:Security Options Available
California continues to lead in renewable energy including solar energy. Solar panel theft is becoming a problem in the state and across the nation.
Ministers Agree on Advanced Cuts to Solar Subsidies
The German government has cut the subsidization for photovoltaic plants by up to 30% as of March 9, 2012. These cuts will mainly be affecting large-scale open space plants.
2011, A New Record Year for Belgium
Belgium’s 2011 PV market beats previous record year 2009. 687 MW*, with more still in the pipeline**.
Solar Call: Q1 2012 Roundup
2011 and the beginning of 2012 mark a very difficult time in the solar industry as the industry continues to face extreme market pressures. In the first quarter of 2012, the index of solar companies tracked by Lincoln International (the ‘Solar Stock Index’) underperformed the S&P...
Viewing Renewable Energy as an Opportunity
U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation (USBCDC) is dedicated to the development of renewable energy sources building on its experience in other tax credit investments to become an expert in solar (photovoltaic) financing. USBCDC has committed more than US$100 million in s...
5 Reasons PV Modules Fail Product Certification Testing the First Time
Certification testing laboratories test products according to applicable standards and requirements to verify they are compliant. Testing and product certification are generally seen as the final hurdle before releasing a product to market.When a product does not meet all of the ...
A Bright Way to Educate
Education is an essential part of the package for solar PV installation company ‘Plug into the Sun’. Children represent not only the future of the planet, but are also willing to accept the need for change when older generations prove to be more resistant. Even though more and mo...
Solar Photovoltaics: Status, Costs, and Trends
This article addresses the status and trends of flat-plate solar photovoltaic power technologies in both crystalline silicon and thin-film forms. The major milestones and trends in PV power system development are described, looking back to the 1970’s, and forward to the next 30 y...
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