Guest Post The renewable energy industry is well past its preparation wheels stage and now offers numerous approaches to put resources into a wide range of advantages. Is this a sure thing? We are presently at the point where people and organizations can invest specifically in renewable energy ventures, even in little sums. These are […]

Australia 2020 RE Target Australia is all set to exceed its target of generating 33,000 GWh of renewable energy by 2020 as part of its clean energy target (CET) as there are plans to build an additional 6 GW of RE capacity in the works apart from the 7 GW plus of RE capacity already […]

Solar Thermal – Australia The South Australian government has given an approval for $650 million solar thermal plant to be built by USA company SolarResevere. This does not make any sense in my view, given that PV solar prices have touched new all times low with lithium battery storage also showing rapidly declining prices. This […]

The Indian power industry is a tough place with falling prices and utilities which refuse to honor their past commitments. The whole Indian electricity sector is undergoing a massive upheaval with prices dropping drastically with both solar and wind prices in recent auctions going below the INR 2.5/kWh mark or less than USD 4 cents/unit. […]

Toshiba’s Westinghouse nuclear division sold The nuclear equipment market which used to be dominated by the likes of GE, Toshiba, and Hitachi,┬áis almost half dead with new nuclear power plants hardly being built anywhere in the world after the Fukushima incident. The rapid decline in costs of solar energy and wind energy has further dealt […]

The distorted electricity market in Australia is the biggest factor in the record pace of solar installations being seen in the country. Australia racked up more than 1 GW in solar capacity in 2017 with most of the installation being less than 10 kW in size. Unlike other countries, Australia has built most of its […]