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One size does not fit all

The most visible part of solar systems is the panels. It’s critical to use the right panel to suit your needs & budget.  One size does not fit all. 82 more words

Commercial Solar

Alex Magno on FIT and renewables

Reposting an article today by Alex Magno in Philippine Star.

A businessman-friend sent me a message the other day, railing about how the P18 billion raised through Feed-in Tariffs (FIT) charged electricity consumers could have been used to build a chain of recharging stations in the metropolitan area. 458 more words

Renewable energy in Hong Kong

By Desmond Lee

In April 2017, the Hong Kong SAR government announced that a Feed-in Tariff (FiT) will be introduced in 2018 as part of the new Scheme of Control Agreements (SCAs) with the city’s two utility companies. 396 more words

Sustainable Cundall

Size matters

As grid electricity prices continue to rise, the Victorian Government has also increased the solar export feed-in tariff.  At 11.3c per kilowatt hour, this more fairly compensates businesses for the excess solar energy they export to the grid. 66 more words

Commercial Solar

Solar Feed-in Tariff doubles from July 1

Victorian businesses installing solar PV systems from July 1, 2017 will benefit from a more-than-doubling of the feed-in tariff to 11.3 cents per kilowatt hour. 102 more words

Commercial Solar

More growth needs more Megawatts

Reposting an article in Manila Standard last Monday by a friend, Orly Oxales of Stratbase-ADRi.

More growth needs more megawatts
posted May 22, 2017 at 12:01 am by  Orlando Oxales… 679 more words

Ever increasing burden of FiT

I am reposting this article today in BusinessWorld by a friend, Paco Pangalangan of Stratbase-ADRi.

Just the other day, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) announced the approval yet again of an increase in Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) rates to be collected from consumers. 821 more words

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