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Solar faces a 25% drop in 2022 deployments, SEIA and WoodMac say

Solar faces a 25% drop in 2022 deployments, SEIA and WoodMac say

Logistical challenges and price increases in the solar supply chain are expected to depress deployments next year, resulting in what could be a 7.4 GW (25%) decrease in solar installations for 2022 compared to previous forecasts. And, for the second quarter in a row, trade policy uncertainty and supply chain constraints are driving solar price increases across all market segments. […]
UK Research Team Aims To Decrease Cost of Solar Energy

UK Research Team Aims To Decrease Cost of Solar Energy

A national team of UK scientists is embarking on one of the UK's largest ever research projects into photovoltaic (PV) energy.
TURBINES & MECHANICAL COMPONENTS: Equipment Innovations Improve Operations, Decrease Costs

TURBINES & MECHANICAL COMPONENTS: Equipment Innovations Improve Operations, Decrease Costs

Owners of three hydro projects in Europe are saving money and/or increasing operational efficiency through innovations in design and selection of turbines and other mechanical components.
Microsoft data center to host hydrogen demonstration project

Microsoft data center to host hydrogen demonstration project

The project will test the reliability of a power system incorporating large-format hydrogen fuel cells to produce reliable and sustainable backup power.
Are Turkey’s PV Plans for 2023 Vision Good Enough to Achieve Economic Targets?

Are Turkey’s PV Plans for 2023 Vision Good Enough to Achieve Economic Targets?

Energy and energy dependence are two of the key elements for a country’s economic success. Decreasing costs of renewable energies and current climate concerns lead to a renewable-based energy production. 
European-Commission-thin-film-solar-cell-research-project

European-Commission-thin-film-solar-cell-research-project

The PEPPER project aim is to enhance performance and decrease costs of thin film silicon modules within the next 3 years. Additionally, the project will assess and reduce the environmental impact of the overall module production process. Oerlikon Solar leads the PEPPER research project.
CPV Outlook: Demand Doubling, Costs Halved by 2017

CPV Outlook: Demand Doubling, Costs Halved by 2017

Are we seeing deja-vu in today's concentrated solar photovoltaic (CPV) market from the 2007-2008 period of solar PV? That's what one analyst says, offering as evidence wide technology advancements, a ramp-up in demand, and rapidly decreasing cost projections.
Solar PV + Energy Storage Systems Take Charge in the Caribbean

Solar PV + Energy Storage Systems Take Charge in the Caribbean

The decreasing cost of solar PV and battery storage equipment coupled with high cost of electricity and grid outages are playing an increasingly important role in the future energy landscape of the Caribbean region. Most recently, Hurricane Maria devastated multiple islands including Puerto Rico, Dominica, USVI and BVI, amongst others, which left both urban and city dwellers without power for extended periods of time.
New regulatory factors to consider before developing your next solar site

New regulatory factors to consider before developing your next solar site

Navigating the ever-changing solar regulatory landscape by identifying constraints on solar developments is critical.
The rise of clean energy and the slow, steady death of coal

The rise of clean energy and the slow, steady death of coal

Even with established energy efficiency measures put in place, along with a growing number of customer owned distributed, small-scale renewable energy projects such as residential and commercial solar rooftop systems, electricity demand continues to rise in certain global markets. Over the past few decades, the emergence of new technologies such as cellular and smart phones, laptops, tablets and smart home devices, coupled with decreasing cost and financing solutions of household appliances and entertainment products, are putting upward pressure on electricity demand. Fundamentally, as a society, we are becoming more mobile and more connected to each other than ever before, which is a long-term trend that is unlikely to reverse itself.