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The new rules will enable the microgeneration from solar power generators up to 300 kW for residential users, and 500 kW for industrial users. NOVEMBER 13, 2018EMILIANO BELLINI The adoption of this new regulatory framework will support residential and commercial PV in Ecuador for the first time. Image: Ministerio de Electricidad y Energ¨ªa Renovable, Ecuador The Electricity Regulation and Control Agency of Ecuador (Arconel) has publishednew rules, which
ByTom Kenning Nov 12, 20189:05 AM GMT Oakland Fu, technical manager at DuPont, talking at PV ModuleTech 2018 PV Tech caught up with Oakland Fu, technical manager at DuPont, to discuss data from one of the industry¡¯s largest field studies as well as challenges for the industry in adapting to new technologies on the way to grid parity. DuPont has been carrying out a major field study since 2011. What has been the key lesson? Oa
The country¡¯s fourth long-term power auction, originally scheduled for November, will now be held on December 18. The preliminary call for the auction was made in March. NOVEMBER 12, 2018EMILIANO BELLINIANDJORGE ZARCO The Don Jos¨¦ solar plant in Guacanajuato, Mexico. Image: Enel One of the most anticipated renewable energy auctions in the world ¨C to be held by Mexico¡¯s National Energy Control Center (CENACE) ¨C has been postponed t
At an event held in Madrid this week, the Spanish solar sector made it clear that it is more than ready to achieve the government¡¯s renewable energy targets, which include 50 to 60 GW of new PV capacity by 2030. The sector is experiencing a rebirth. NOVEMBER 9, 2018PILAR S¨¢NCHEZ MOLINA During the panel, "How can expansion be accelerated on the self-consumption market,¡± moderated by pv magazine, there were many proposals aimed at creating tr
ByTom Kenning Nov 09, 20183:05 AM GMT Singapore is already a hub of floating solar technology with the world¡¯s largest floating PV test-bed at Tengeh Reservoir. Credit: Sunseap Singapore-based solar develop Sunseap Group is developing one of the world¡¯s largest offshore floating photovoltaic (OFPV) systems, a pilot system standing at 5MW on sea water along the Straits of Johor. The project, to be located north of Woodlands Waterfront Park, is expected to gen