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Dubai solar site still aiming for 5 GW by 2030

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has issued an update indicating that the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park is still targeting 5 GW of generation capacity within this decade.


US solar industry eyes 50 GW of manufacturing capacity by 2030

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has released a roadmap to achieve a domestic supply chain in the United States.


Meyer Burger ramps up solar panel plans

Switzerland’s Meyer Burger is accelerating the expansion of its solar panel production capacity, following the extension of the US solar tax credit for PV manufacturers and an order from developer DE Shaw for 3.75 GW of US-made heterojunction modules.


Biden signs largest climate, energy package in US history

美国总统乔•拜登(Joe Biden)签署了通胀的再保险duction Act of 2022, ushering in a new decade of $370 billion in climate and energy spending.


More than 3 GW of solar panels held by US customs under forced labor law

ROTH Capital Partners reports 3 GW have been seized under enforcement of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.


UK steelmakers could be spared from clean energy costs

The United Kingdom’s most energy-intensive manufacturers, already exempt from 85% of the contributions paid by other companies for green incentive schemes, could be spared from them entirely, according to a new consultation exercise.


What’s in the Inflation Reduction Act for the solar industry?

Last week saw the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act into US Law, to much applause from the renewable energy industry. Here, John Weaver takes a look into the details, with a focus on what the act will mean for the solar industry.


Forced labor act is last barrier to US solar rebound, claims executive

Texas-based FTC Solar said it expects a “significant rebound” in its business in the final three months of this year, if it can secure sufficient supplies of PV panels.


Growing consensus on 100% renewables

An international group of researchers from 15 universities has said that there is growing consensus among scientists that an energy system based on 100% renewables could be achieved cost effectively by 2050.


The Hydrogen Stream: Proposed US tax credit could support US hydrogen

The US House of Representatives is set to vote on a bill this week that could provide a new production tax credit for green hydrogen production, while the European Commission has approved plans to support renewable hydrogen in Romania.


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