Solar Energy Application in NY Schools Solar energy is the best answer to the world for reducing the energy costs and making the world a better place to live in. It is abundant, free of cost and environment friendly. With solar energy reaching grid parity in a number of countries, we see solar energy getting […]

USA Solar Generation Target (2014) USA will reach 16 GW of PV generation capacity. According to US Solar Market Insight Report, the USA installed close to 1,133 MW of solar power in Q2 2014. More than half of the electricity generated in the first half of the year was solar. The report (done jointly by […]

DERC to fix Renewable Energy tariffs Net Metering regulations will be announced in the Indian capital of Delhi, the next week. The tariffs for renewable energy will be then notified by the Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC). Net metering enables the consumers to reduce their electricity bill burden by supplying the extra electricity generated to […]

Areva to exit Solar Thermal Business Solar thermal technology has been on a downtrend for a long time now and Greenworldinvestor has been one of the first to call the declining fortunes of solar thermal technology, as solar PV has made massive leaps in technology. Solar PV panels can now be used to set up […]

Good News for Solar Manufacturers Solar manufacturers are looking to expand capacity as most of the Tier 1 makers are now running at full utilization and are outsourcing orders. Global demand in 2014 is expected to reach between 40 to 50 GW, which means that the global capacity is about to be breached. Though module […]

GUVNL at a loss! The Indian government utility Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Ltd. (GUVNL) has lost out on a case to reduce the solar feed in tariffs for the state of Gujarat. GUVNL has been trying to sharply reduce the FIT given to solar developers as per the Gujarat solar policy in 2009, which granted […]