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The Belt and Road Initiative: PV demand analysis for countries along the route

The Belt and Road Initiative has become the foundation of the trade development in China.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Vietnam of Southeast Asia

The Vietnamese government hope to install 12GW of PV capacity by 2030 with the launch of new policies.
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Analysis: Impact of the termination of anti-dumping and countervailing measures on polysilicon from the EU

Chinese Ministry of Commerce officially announced that it will lift the anti-dumping measures and countervailing measure
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Thailand of Southeast Asia

Thailand's cumulative PV installation reached 2697MW. Thai government aims to achieve 6000MW of installed capacity.
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China may adjust 13th-Five PV goal to at least 210GW

China National Energy Administration (NEA) held a seminar to discuss the result and adjustment of “13th Five-Year Plan”
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Key points of subsidies and installation targets in each Chinese province

The later pointed out to assign a scale of 300-500MW grid parity demonstration project target in each province.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Malaysia of Southeast Asia

Malaysia’s renewable energy development plan is implemented according to the Action Plan 2009.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: the Philippines of Southeast Asia

The Philippines aims to install 1,528MW of PV capacity by 2030.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: India of Southeast Asia

India plans to achieve 175GW of renewable energy installation by 2022, of which, 100GW will come from PV.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Bangladesh of Southern Asia

Bangladesh government has started to promote on-grid projects, and thus policies have been released.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Pakistan of Southeast Asia

Pakistan, which has launched a renewable energy development plan in 2006. In 2011, the nation launched a revised version
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Breaking: Vietnam formulating new FIT policy

Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade announced the draft decision of FIT applicable
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Breaking: Adjustment to China’s PV FIT under discussion: NEA

China’s NEA convened several meetings to discuss management of this year’s PV projects
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Breaking: Mexico suspends the fourth auction for renewable energy projects

Mexican government has recently suspended the upcoming fourth long-term power auction temporarily.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Israel of Southwest Asia

Aside from the target in 2020, Israel also set up the goal to source 13% and 17% of electricity from renewable energy.
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PV EXPO Tokyo 2019: The direction of new policy in Japan

Japan's METI revealed FiT policy changes during PV Expo in Tokyo 2019.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Oman of Western Asia

Although the total shipment is not too substantial, Oman has witnessed stronger demand.
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Breaking: Japan releases new solar energy policy

Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has recently announced the 2019 FIT policy and auction requirements.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Jordan of Southwest Asia

The National Energy Strategy Plan aims to source 10% of electricity from renewable energy by 2020.
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U.S. removes bifacial tariff exemption

The Trump administration reverses the exemption for bifacial module imports under Section 201 it granted in June.
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Breaking: NEA publishes consultation documents outlining grid parity policy

China’s National Energy Administration published a consultation paper on the Measures for Subsidy-free Grid Parity
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Saudi Arabia of Western Asia

The Kingdom’s Vision 2030 targets 40GW of PV installation by 2030, which boosts an annual demand of 3.3GW PV capacity.
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Taiwan passes renewable energy act amendments

Renewable Energy Development Act direction brings good news to Taiwan’s PV sector.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: UAE of Western Asia

In 2017, the UAE initiated the Energy Strategy 2050, which targets 44% of electricity from renewable energies by 2050.
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China confirms 2019 Feed-in Tariffs

China’s NDRC released the “Improving Issues Related to Feed-in Tariffs for Solar Photovoltaic” notice on April 30.
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News Summary: Luxembourg increases solar FIT

The Luxembourg government has recently increased FIT for solar projects by 11-36% based on installation capacity.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Kazakhstan of Central Asia

The government of Kazakhstan initiated the Green Economy Plan in 2012, which targets 3% and 10% of electricity generated
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India set 12.8 GW renewable capacity addition for 2019-2020

India’s MNRE recently announced that the target of capacity addition for 2019-2020 is 12.8GW.
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Breaking: US excludes bifacial modules from solar tariffs

The Office of the USTR announced on June 12 that it’s granting bifacial modules an exemption to Section 201 tariffs.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Poland of Central and Eastern Europe

Looking ahead to the future, there’s great potential in Poland for solar based on the current policy framework.
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Greece of Southeastern Europe

Greece seeks to source 32.3% from renewables by 2030 under the NECPs to spur the development of renewable energy.
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News Summary: Oman issues 1.1 GW independent solar projects

The Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) has recently issued tenders for Manah Solar I IPP and Manah Solar II
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News Summary: South Korea set to build 2.1 GW floating solar plant next year

The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) recently announced a plan to build a 2.1 GW project
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Hungary of Central Europe

Hungary’s first solar policy can be dated back to 2007, when the government passed the Decree No. 389/2007
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News Summary: Myanmar invites bids for rooftop solar projects

The government of Myanmar has issued a tender for several rooftop projects for residential and public buildings.
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News Summary: Arizona to tender 400 MW solar and wind projects

The Arizona Public Service Company (APS) plans to issue tender for renewable projects with a combined capacity of 400 MW
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Romania of Central and Eastern Europe

Romania has met the EU’s target of achieving a 24% share of renewables within the energy mix by the end of 2020.
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China to finance renewables projects in Bangladesh

China will fund 500 MW of renewable energy generation capacity in Bangladesh
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Egypt of North Africa

Egypt’s PV market has grown rapidly since the government fixed its investment policy
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Taiwan’s solar PV capacity to hit 6.5 GW in 2020

On September 26, the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs launched a two-year plan to achieve a cumulative PV capacity
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Gambia to develop 150 MW solar PV with 20 MWh storage

Gambia is seeking counsel on developing a 150 MW solar PV project.
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India mulls over raising solar tariff to 30% in 2023

The BCD should be increased every year in different phases from April 1, 2021 to Dec. 31, 2023,
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PV Demand Analysis of the Belt and Road Initiative: Ethiopia

Ethiopia develops renewable energy under the GTP II, which was sets a target of installing 17.208 MW.
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Vietnam may cut FIT for large-scale PV up to 20%

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has recently proposed a draft proposal to cut the FIT by 20% for large-scale PV.
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News Summary : Tunisia announces winning projects of 500 MW solar tender

The Tunisian Ministry of Mines and Energy has announced winners of its 500 MW solar tender issued last May.
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Brazil scraps solar tax

The Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has reached an agreement with the Federal Senate of Brazil.
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IFC signs MoU with SREDA to facilitate solar tender

IFC, the sister organization of the World Bank, has signed a MoU
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Demand analysis of emerging PV markets: El Salvador of South and Central America

El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America. It has a total land area of 21,040 square kilometers.
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China’s AD and CVD on polysilicon imports from U.S., South Korea remain the same in 2020

China will continue to impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties on the solar-grade polysilicon imports.
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