Ever since India launched its solar mission in 2010, under which the country is supposed to install 100 gigawatts of solar power by 2022, the sector has made remarkable progress. Despite remaining challenges, experts agree the sun will continue to play an increasing role in powering the country.
The last few years have been a game changer for India as far as solar energy is concerned. Since 2014, the size of sanctioned solar photovoltaic in the country has grown over threefold thanks to supportive policies and the tendering of larger renewable energy lots, says the International Energy Agency (IEA). In addition to a general increase in rooftop solar, India has achieved some notable solar successes, not least becoming home to the first airport to be powered by the sun in Kochi, Kerala. ...
Coal-reliant regions around the world have been generally resistant to the energy transition and regulators have tended to defend the status quo. But they are slowly starting to realise that clear plans and financial support for disrupted societies are more important
Accelerating the energy transition will be good news for jobs, the economy and climate, says a major report published in September 2018
Despite the massive amount of solar power output in Europe this summer and the technology’s falling prices, building owners are still reluctant to put panels on their roofs. Tübingen, Germany is introducing legislation to force change
A Nordic broker has launched a new product aiming to ensure that renewable energy certificates known as Guarantees of Origin actually lead to additional clean power
The energy transition is advancing quickly and peak fossil fuel demand is on the horizon, says a report from Norway-based energy consulting and services firm DNV GL. But it is also warns of the immensity of the task ahead