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Intersolar: Solar PV Market To Remain Strong Despite Feed-In Tariffs Cuts

Global demand for solar Photovoltaics (PV) will remain strong for the rest of the year and until 2012, despite cuts in solar feed-in tariffs in key markets like Germany and Italy. Speaking at the Intersolar conference going on in San Francisco, Stefan de Haan an analyst with market research firm iSuppli, said that he expects…

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Intersolar: Ontario�s Domestic Content Requirement Issue

What is an Ontario manufacturer? That’s one of the questions troubling a number of solar and renewable energy developers flocking to the province to take advantage of its generous feed-in tariff.

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The Alternative Agenda: BP, Exxon, Italian Solar and Solar By The Bay

BP Oil Spill: Progress In The Gulf All eyes will be on the Gulf this week, closely following BP’s latest attempt to squash the massive spill. The British oil company announced over the weekend that it would be installing a tighter cap over its busted well, which if successful, could finally capture all of the…

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The Big Chinese Stand

Here in Austin, the mood amongst delegates attending Renewable Energy World Conference, North America is upbeat. The financial crisis is now mostly in the rear-view mirror of developers, who have been enjoying the Obama administration’s stimulus funding. There are still some important issues hampering the industry, including access to cheap, long-term capital. Bankers are lending…

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