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Beneath solar panels, the seeds of opportunity sprout

Beneath solar panels, the seeds of opportunity sprout

Low-impact solar development can improve soil health, retain water, nurture native species, produce food, and provide low-cost energy to local communities.
Global energy storage market set to grow 20X by 2030; will hit 1 TWh

Global energy storage market set to grow 20X by 2030; will hit 1 TWh

According to the latest outlook from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), energy storage installations will reach a cumulative 358 gigawatts/1,028 gigawatt-hours by the end of 2030, more than twenty times larger than the 17 gigawatts/34 gigawatt-hours online at the end of 2020.
JinkoSolar building $500 million ingot and wafer facility in Vietnam

JinkoSolar building $500 million ingot and wafer facility in Vietnam

The facility will have an annual manufacturing capacity of 7 GW and will be operational in the first quarter of 2022. The company said the new facility will provide additional content for modules assembled in Jacksonville, Florida.
Demand for renewable energy, supply chain pressures send PPA prices higher

Demand for renewable energy, supply chain pressures send PPA prices higher

While wind and solar power purchase agreement prices are trending upward, LevelTen doesn't expect demand to soften.
Investors: Renewables Growth is Slower but Steady

Investors: Renewables Growth is Slower but Steady

In just one year, the story line for the renewable energy industry has been flipped on its head. Last summer, as investors tried to figure out the stimulus package, there was a lack of capital and a pent up demand for projects. This summer, there are far fewer projects being developed, but more willingness to lend from financiers.
European Offshore Wind Sector Holds Steady

European Offshore Wind Sector Holds Steady

With 235 new offshore wind turbines grid-connected and worth approximately €2.4 billion, 2011 was a stable year for the offshore wind industry, according to the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) which has published its annual offshore wind statistics for 2011.
Summer Hydro Output Expected to be Steady in California

Summer Hydro Output Expected to be Steady in California

May 6, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] This summer’s power output from California’s hydroelectric plants should approach 85 percent of normal, according to a recently released report by the California Energy Commission. The Commission’s California Hydro-Electricity Outlook for 2002 report predicts that nearly 13 percent of California’s total electricity needs this summer can be met with power from its in-state dams and powerhouses. […]
Steady but Modest Progress Found on Renewables Adoption

Steady but Modest Progress Found on Renewables Adoption

The world has made “steady but modest progress” in improving global access to electricity and safe cooking fuels, increasing energy efficiency and adding renewable sources to the world’s energy mix, said Vivien Foster, energy unit sector manager at the World Bank’s sustainable energy department, at a recent briefing in London.
Solar Thermal Holds Steady in Europe

Solar Thermal Holds Steady in Europe

Should the European solar thermal industry be cautiously optimistic that a year without decline points to a market turnaround? Introducing the trade body's new market report, European Solar Thermal Industry Federation (ESTIF) president Robin Welling commented that "overall, there was little development" across the sector in 2011. The European solar thermal market showed neither real decline nor growth when compared to 2010, Welling continued, but he noted that previously the market had decreased for two consecutive years.
Winds Steady but Calm for Windpower 2014

Winds Steady but Calm for Windpower 2014

The U.S. wind industry has its work cut out for it. That was the message put forth today at the start of Windpower 2014, an annual event taking place in Las Vegas this week. Tom Kiernan, CEO of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) opened the show with a keynote speech that reviewed steps that the industry had taken over the past year in order to reach its goals. In 2013, the industry set goals of doubling the amount of installed wind power capacity by 2020 and increasing it to 20 percent of the U.S. energy mix by 2030. Wind power currently makes up about 4 percent of the U.S. energy mix.