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The long read: A deeper understanding of LeTID

Australia’s University of New South Wales (UNSW) has built a reputation for strong collaboration with the PV industry, from cell passivation through to the causes of degradation. Malcolm Abbott, a senior research fellow, directs one of the UNSW teams that is continuing its work into...

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02 May
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REIL tenders 8 MW rooftop solar capacity in Rajasthan

Bidders have until May 10 to lodge their interest in installing and commissioning the grid-connected solar capacity at various training and educational institutions across the State. Jaipur-based Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited has invited bids to set up an aggregate 8 MW of grid-connected rooftop solar...

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02 May
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The weekend read: PV feed in, certified

As more renewable energy capacity is built, commissioned, and connected, grid stability concerns are driving rapid regulatory changes. In the European Union, regulatory changes are now building momentum. As the first mover, Germany has shown that achieving compliance can initially seem burdensome, but it can...

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02 May
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Solar pavement for historic square in Barcelona

The municipal government of Barcelona is supporting the development of a 50-square-meter pilot project to test the feasibility of PV-paving tech. The Barcelona municipal authorities have chosen Plaça de Les Glòries Catalanes, a historical square, as the future site of a 50-square-meter demonstration project to test...

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02 May
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Pathways to Transforming Heavy Industry

here are few areas harder to decarbonize than heavy industry. But the stakes are high. Altogether, industry represents over 30% of global GHG emissions, when counting both direct process emissions and industrial energy use. It’s also a huge opportunity for innovation. This week, Shayle talks with Rebecca...

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30 April
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Maryland Energy Administration awards grant to low-to-moderate income housing developer for residential solar microgrid

The Housing Initiative Partnership (HIP), a green nonprofit affordable housing developer based in Prince George’s County, along with Pepco and Emera Technologies, has been awarded a $200,000 grant from the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) to construct a new residential microgrid to power a small subdivision of...

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30 April
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