The Chinese Government is expected to approve changes to its national solar feed-in tariff (FiT) which have the potential to dramatically reshape the near-term outlook for the market. Given the significance of China to both global and supply demand, the final outcome of this policy will have significant impacts on the entire industry.Read More Subscribers Only
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Key Takeaways from Solar Power International 2016 – Global module oversupply, US developers delay projects, 1500 V and string inverters gain momentum.
IHS Markit Technology analysts attended Solar Power International in Las Vegas last week. The increase in the number of exhibitors and attendance at the show was a reflection of the fact that the United States offers perhaps the best business opportunities to international and domestic solar companies. With the long-term outlook for the US industry buoyed by the extension of the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), a wide array of international suppliers were present at the show aiming to capitalize on this opportunity.Read More Subscribers Only