UK renewable energy auction: solar overtakes wind for the first time

summarises the results of the latest UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) renewable energy auction, which is scheduled to take place in 2022. The auction involved around 56 solar projects and 29 wind projects with a total capacity of 1,927.68 MW. The solar projects were awarded 15-year CFDs...

Italian PV industry faces regulatory changes: new trends in agricultural PV projects

The recent judgements of the Council of State on two appeals filed by two companies in the Italian province of Brindisi concern the construction of photovoltaic systems and agricultural photovoltaic projects. The judgements outline the different regulatory frameworks between agricultural PV and conventional PV, emphasi...

What is a PV cable extension cord?

The role and importance of photovoltaic cable extension cords is discussed

Amsterdam: doubling the number of solar panels, citizens move towards renewable energies

The Dutch capital currently has 120,000 households with 250 MW of photovoltaic capacity on their roofs. Municipalities aim to

How many degrees is the optimum angle for a Northern Lights Volt panel?

A new Finnish study shows that for rooftop solar in the Arctic, the optimal tilt angle for a roof system is 28 degrees. The study also shows that vertical soalr installations are more efficient in the winter months

Acceleration zone delays could affect PV project approvals

The ordinance on acceleration zones is expected to be in place by the end of September and will be implemented within two mon