NewEnergyNews: The Developing World Sees The Light

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    Friday, April 15, 2016

    The Developing World Sees The Light

    Follow the sun; Solar power is reshaping energy production in the developing world

    Ma’an, April 16, 20167 (The Economist)

    “…Across the developing world, solar power is hitting its stride. Rather than the rooftop panels popular in Germany, countries where solar irradiance is much stronger than northern Europe are creating vast parks with tens of thousands of flexible PV panels supplying power to their national grids. Some countries, such as China, provide generous subsidies (though these are sometimes years overdue). But in other countries solar PV is becoming competitive even without financial support…[Analysts expect China] to install 12 gigawatts (GW) of solar in the first half of this year. That would be one-third more than the record amount America plans to build for the full year. Coal, meanwhile, is in growing trouble…India is determined to keep up. Its government is targeting a 20-fold increase in solar-power capacity by 2022, to 100GW…Led by big projects in these two countries, global solar-energy capacity rose by 26% last year…In sunny places solar power is now “shoulder to shoulder” with gas, coal and wind…” click here for more

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