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20 May Fronius in USA

Fronius USA, a subsidiary of Austria-headquartered Fronius International, has begun manufacturing solar inverters at its new $1.5 million fab and testing facility in Portage, Indiana. The facility measures 400,000 square feet and will produce and test more than 200 Fronius Primo inverters each day, employing around...

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06 May Tesla battery

Tesla presented its new battery power-storage system last week in California. The company says the Powerwall Home Battery, available in 10kWh for back-up applications or 7kWh for daily use applications, will start at USD 3500 for the 10kWh model, while the 7kWh version is tabbed...

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23 Apr Ukraine reducing FiT

Ukrainian state energy regulator (NCER) announced, that due to economic problems in the country, renewable energy sources support will be shortened. According to NCER decision, FiT for new PV sources will be reduced by 50%. The older, already installed PV sources will get the FiT...

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21 Apr Denmark goes green

Denmark is dynamically expanding electricity production from renewable sources. In 2014 they produced nearly 40% of all electricity in wind power plants. The actual installed capacity of PV plants in Denmark is over 550 MW....

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13 Apr UK PV market

Hopes remain that the commercial rooftop market will grow strongly to make up for the expected sharp decline in solar farm development in the U.K. this year and particularly in 2016. However, FIT degradations built into the U.K.’s current incentive program could provide a break on this...

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