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Bea Gonzalez posted Information 21 August 2013

As the appetite for utility-scale solar increases across the USA, solar plants are being developed  on more unusual terrains. Recent work in Arizona’s Antelope Valley has led to serious concerns over large dust clouds affecting local residents’ health and quality of life.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 20 August 2013

Renewable energies have suffered huge changes in recent years, increasing their competitiveness with fossil fuels in both prices and efficiency.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 20 August 2013

Peru´s Minister of Energy and Mines announced the start of US$15 billion mining projects in Peru between this year and 2015. Given the high solar radiation of the country, this represents new opportunities for CSP to supply energy for the mining sector. 

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 20 August 2013

Renewable energies have suffered huge changes in recent years, increasing their competitiveness with fossil fuels in both prices and efficiency.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 7 August 2013

Last week, Swiss PV developer Etrion announced that a PPA had been signed with Aguas Blancas a mine in northern Chile for 8.8MW of power. With Etrion looking to international financial institutions for funding, financing from commercial banks is yet to appear for PV in Chile.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 7 August 2013

At a recent PV Insider webinar on reducing costs in the balance of systems in the USA it was revealed that the world’s second largest utility-scale PV market continues to suffer from higher prices for key components compared to Germany, in spite of much larger growth in utility-scale PV.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 31 July 2013

The 30MW Martifer Solar Aura PV plant will be completed in August, making Mexico  a potential rival to Chile’s dominance of the PV market in Latin America.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 24 July 2013

Four of the five concentrated solar power projects in India, with a total capacity of 470 MW have missed the scheduled commissioning date, 9th May, and are running way behind project schedule.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 23 July 2013

Recent project announcements utilising concentrated photovoltaic technology show industry is tackling long-term feasibility questions.

Bea Gonzalez posted Information 23 July 2013

Spain is reforming its energy market changing the rules of the game for renewable energy. Whilst consequences for CSP are not clear yet, any country looking to invest in this technology can learn from the Spanish case.

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