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Solar Power: Time to Transition to a Market Economy
As solar feed-in tariff systems collapse one after the other, one is left with the impression that solar energy itself is in deep trouble. But what if the problem is not solar itself, but the systems that have ruled it? History teaches us that government-run system based on set p...
Chinese Tier-2 PV Module Prices Fall below US$1/W in January, but Price Cuts Slow
The average crystalline PV module price from Chinese Tier-2 manufacturers declined twice as quickly as the total market in January 2012 dropping to US$0.96/W. However, due to reduced incentive levels in a number of major PV markets at the end of 2011, annualized price declines sl...
Taking the U.S. Solar Industry to the Next Level
“It’s an exciting time to be in the solar industry in America,” says Tom Kimbis, Vice President of Strategy and External Affairs at SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association). He shares with InterPV magazine what he hears every day from U.S. solar companies and discusses some of ...
Turkey: A Newland for Photovoltaics?
The Republic of Turkey lies between latitudes 36o and 43o N, and longitudes 25o and 45o E. Turkey’s area occupies 783,562 square kilometers (300,948 sq mi), of which 755,688 square kilometers (291,773 sq mi) are in Southwest Asia and 23,764 square kilometers (9,174 sq mi) in Euro...
Power Purchase Agreement: Solar Financing Solution at Zero Up-Front Cost
Despite the recent plummet in material and installation costs and the significant long-term savings that solar electric installations generate, the initial investment to get a solar project off the ground can still be cost-prohibitive for many municipalities and government organi...
Germany: Still Attractive for Residential PV
German solar market will remain attractive for residential investments despite incentive cuts.
Solar System Leasing: A Sound Investment for Small Commercial Systems
As solar demand continues to soar across the United States, the field is attracting interest from a wide range of professions.
European Policy Update
European incentives in flux as demand spreads globally
Shrinking Markets, Falling Demand: Hard Times for the Solar Energy Sector
Funding cuts are slowing down demand for solar modules in Europe and driving the photovoltaic industry towards consolidation. The manufacturers are responding with innovations and heavy price cuts.
Financing Solar Projects in India
InterPV interviewed Craig O’Connor, Director of the Office of Renewable Energy and Environmental Exports, Ex-Im Bank of the United States, about their new Indian photovoltaic financing projects.
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