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Global polysilicon prices drop, China polysilicon prices rise

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.

Multi-day energy storage increases grid capacity by factor of 10

Form Energy has released a white paper that provides further evidence that multi-day energy storage, like its iron-air technology, can substantially reduce the costs for New York to achieve its ambitious decarbonization targets.

India module prices fall in line with international prices

But domestically manufactured solar modules still cost 45-50% more than Chinese products because of import duty on cells and higher cost of domestic manufacturing.

Unveiling India’s carbon credit revolution: From local initiatives to global impact

The Indian carbon credit system, operating under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), stands ahead in several aspects.


Deployment trumps solar manufacturing in EU priorities

A lack of clear policy support, raw material dependency, and higher production costs are inhibiting the localization of European solar manufacturing, despite strong demand.

Driving renewable energy adoption: Challenges and opportunities

India’s robust economic growth translates to rising demand for energy. This demand provides a substantial market for renewable energy investments, encouraging firms to venture into this sector. However, as the nation marches ahead in RE adoption, it needs to overcome challenges like high capital costs and inadequate grid infrastructure.


China wafer prices extend gains for third week

In a new weekly update for pv magazine, OPIS, a Dow Jones company, provides a quick look at the main price trends in the global PV industry.

Iberdrola starts filling Portugal’s largest pumping station

Iberdrola has started filling the reservoir for the Alto Tâmega reservoir, which is part of the largest pumped hydroelectric storage project in Portugal.

Advancing circular economy in photovoltaics: The Hot Knife PV module recycling method

Recycling is of significant importance in a circular economy, yet some challenges have to be faced when recycling PV modules. The novel Hot Knife method to separate the crystalline silicon photovoltaic module front glass from the backsheet contributes only a few permill to the life cycle related potential environmental impacts of PV electricity.

Solar-powered islands? The story of Diu and T’au

The solar-powered islands of Diu and T’au have set an example for other such land masses to meet their power requirements through green energy.  

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