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An on-line archive of articles and commentary on wind and solar energy, community power, renewable energy policy, electric vehicles, and Advanced Renewable Tariffs by Paul Gipe

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  • October 20, 2016,   by Nuying Huang, Taipei; Adam Hwang

    China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has set tentative feed-in tariff rates for PV power stations to be established in 2017, reducing them by 23.47-31.25% from the 2016 level....

    October 20, 2016,  

    Installing solar panels has been paying off for these Ontario homeowners.

    October 17, 2016,   by Elizabeth Hall

    Hamilton is moving forward with a solar energy plan. The city wants to use the undesirable land on the Glanbrook landfill site to to produce green energy.

    October 16, 2016,   by Alexander Richter

    According to Yunus, the prices will be set using a sliding scale scheme. The tariffs are based on the potential of each work area, ranging from 5 MW to 250 MW, with the selling price starting at...

    October 15, 2016,   by Karl-Friedrich Lenz

    Two the German States want to stretch the period for paying back the funds invested in renewable over a longer time frame.

  • July 1, 2016,   by Craig Morris

    Solar has trickled across the 40 GW threshold in Germany, while the UK now has 10 GW, according to data just published in each country. But both markets are slowing down.

    June 30, 2016,   by Josh Garskof, Consumer Reports

    Buying your solar electric system outright is best. . . Most systems pay for themselves in five to seven years.

    June 15, 2016,   by Paul Gipe

    Damian Carrington reported in The Guardian this week (UK solar eclipses coal power over month for first time) that solar photovoltaic (solar PV) plants in Great Britain generated more electricity...[more]

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