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Ontario Suspends Large Renewable Energy Procurement

In a sudden reversal of its energy procurement policy, Ontario announced today that it will immediately suspend the second round of its Large Renewable Procurement (LRP II) process and the Energy-from-Waste Standard Offer Program, halting procurement of over 1,000 megawatts (MW) of solar, wind, hydroelectric, bioenergy and energy from waste projects. 395 more words

Environmental

Solar PV Is it still worth it?

Since the Feed in Tarriff (FIT) was substantially reduced earlier in the year there has been a question raised about whether it is still worth buying solar PV. 199 more words

Sri Lanka Wind & Solar Plants to Supply 70% Electricity by 2030

Sri Lankan Cabinet of Ministers has approved a ‘Battle for Solar Energy’ program which aims to boost the sustainable power generation in the country.

The ‘Battle for Solar Energy’ program aims to encourage small consumers to install solar panels on their rooftops, and consumers will be paid for any excess energy exported to the grid… 118 more words

Markets

Feed-in-Tariff (Upfront Tariff)

Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) is designed to accelerate the investments in Renewable Energy. Historically it is started by Germany to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy resources in the country.  186 more words

Renewable

TransCo and the big beneficiaries of feed in tariff

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last July 20, 2016.

The Philippines’ expensive electricity prices in Asia — second only to Japan — was highlighted once again in a paper by The Lantau Group (TLG) during the Asia Clean Energy Forum (ACEF) 2016 at the ADB last June. 811 more words

PetroSolar gets ERC OK for FIT eligibility

PetroSolar Corp. has clinched regulatory approval for a guaranteed payment for its 50-megawatt (MW) solar power plant, adding to a list of assured revenue streams for the company. 31 more words

Energy

Wind power firms corner billions of FIT money

* This is my article in BusinessWorld last Wednesday.

From an introductory price hike of 4.06 centavos/kWh of Feed In Tariff Allowance (FiT-All) in 2014, this subsidy scheme of guaranteed price for 20 years became 12.40 centavos/kWh in 2016. 901 more words