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:: Japan’s Solar Projects Constrained by Land and Grid, BNEF Says

+ 05.10.2013 + Land and grid constraints mean only 14% of the solar projects approved under an incentive program for clean energy by Japan, set to become the largest solar market this year, were generating power by May.

:: Global Solar Installation Growth Set to Hit Three-Year High in 2014

+ 04.10.2013 + The analysts estimate that 41 GW of solar power will be installed next year, generating global revenues in excess of $86 billion.

:: Solar to add more Megawatts than Wind in 2013, for first time

+ 03.10.2013 + Research company’s figures show contrast this year between strong growth in photovoltaic installations and sharp fall in new wind capacity added.

:: The World Bank Debuts Disaster Risk Management Publication for Latin America and the Caribbean

+ 02.10.2013 + The two dozen island nations of the Caribbean, and the 40 million people who live there, are in a state of increased vulnerability to climate change.

:: India to build world's largest solar power plant in Rajasthan

+ 01.10.2013 + The government will set up the world's largest solar power project, having a total generation capacity of 4,000 MW, in Rajasthan.

:: Semprius’ 35.5 Percent Efficiency Sets New Record for Commercially Available Solar Modules

+ 30.09.2013 + Roadmap to Even Higher Efficiencies Revealed with R&D Demonstration Module at 37.1 Percent Efficiency.

:: SHC 2013 ends on a high note: Solar heating and cooling has big role to play in buildings and industry

+ 28.09.2013 + Never before was solar thermal used as much as today. And its use for industrial processes, for cooling purposes or in district heating networks has increased significantly.

:: Human influence on climate clear , IPCC report says

+ 27.09.2013 + Human influence on the climate system is clear. This is evident in most regions of the globe, a new assessment by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concludes

:: Russia Awards First Clean-Power Tender

+ 27.09.2013 + Russia, the world’s biggest oil producer, offered its first state support for renewable energy by awarding subsidies to 39 clean-power ventures.

:: Fabless Fable Unlikely to Come True for Photovoltaics Market

+ 26.09.2013 + Are major solar module and cell manufacturers on the verge of outsourcing a significant portion of their production and establishing a fabless business model, similar to the approach commonly used in the semiconductor market?

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