After remaining at a stable yet high level in 2018, the global expansion in renewable energy capacity started to pick up speed again this year. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the deployment of new capacity will have increased by just under 12 percent in 2019 compared to the previous year, which is the strongest level of growth since 2015.
What a great year for solar! And the expectations for 2020 are even better! So celebrate and have time for your beloved ones. Happy New Year to all of you!
Europe saw the strongest growth for solar since 2010. More new solar PV capacity was installed than any other power generation technology.
Renewables, electric vehicles, flexibility and alternatives to Sulphur Hexafluoride: These are the top energy predictions for the year ahead, Dirk Kaisers, Distributed Energy Segment Leader at Eaton EMEA says.
pv Europe and Swiss data specialist Meteotest offer an interactive map of Europe for solar planners and installers. This service gives you the monthly sum data of solar irradiation in your region. You can zoom in or out, jump across the continent to another region where maybe you or your solar business partners are working. Or want to work.
NextEnergy Solar Fund announced the energisation of Staughton, the UK’s largest subsidy-free solar plant with an installed capacity of 50 MW.
The energy sector of Georgia is very attractive in terms of its untapped potential, developing infrastructure and increasing local and regional demand.
Video: As part of the pv Guided Tours 2019 at The smarter E Europe in Munich, LG Electronics presented its high performance module Neon R with 375 watts.
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