CHEETAH’s aims to solve specific R&D issues in the EERA-PV Joint Program and to overcome fragmentation of European PV R&D in Europe and intensify the collaboration between R&D providers and industry to accelerate the industrialization of innovations. CHEETAH's ambition is to develop technology and foster innovative manufacturing capabilities and photovoltaic products so that Europe can develop its technological and industrial capacity in all parts of the value chain.
The primary purpose of the Toolkit is to provide guidance on how to design an appropriate policy and regulatory framework for promoting investment in mini-grids. Africa-EU Renewable Energy Cooperation Programme (RECP)
This roadmap presents the a new vision that takes into account the considerable progress of PV technologies, as well as changing trends in the overall energy mix. It presents a detailed assessment of the technology milestones, examines numerous economic and non-economic barriers that hamper deployment and identifies policy actions to overcome them and identifies actions and time frames to achieve the higher PV deployment needed for global emission reductions.
This presentation provides the PV global and EU statistics data, the benefits of net metering and the electricity price breakdown per kWh.
La vidéo présente l'électrification complète d'un village (110 km au nord-est de Lomé au Togo) alimenté par l'énergie solaire. Le projet a été financé par l'UEMOA dans le cadre du Programme régional pour le développement des énergies renouvelables et de l'efficacité énergétique (PRODERE) et est exécuté par la Société africaine des biocarburants et des énergies renouvelables (SABRE).
This video presents a project supported by the World Bank for installing 100 megawatts of rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in 800 primary and middle schools in Beijing.
L’un des plus grands défis du Burkina Faso pour les prochaines années est l’amélioration de l’efficacité énergétique, notamment l’utilisation systématique de matériaux écologiques dans la construction et le développement des énergies renouvelables, y compris l’énergie solaire. Le ministère de l'Environnement et du Développement durable a recouvert son toit de panneaux solaires produisant de 40 à 70% de la puissance du bâtiment.
This video provides the 392MW concetrated solar thermal power plant in California, which is the world's largest, and can provide enough power for 140,000 homes.
This video presents the world’s first 110 MW solar thermal power plant with advanced molten salt energy storage, which can operate day and night.
This presentation provides rooftop PV data in India, state initiatives for rooftop PV installations and provides the SECI's grid connected rooftop scheme.
This document describes recent experience and principles of good practice for the management of small livestock in solar farms established on agricultural land, derelict/marginal land and previously developed land.
This paper considers the design and performance of auction mechanisms used to deploy renewable energy in three emerging economies: Brazil, China, and India. The analysis focuses on the countries’ experience in various dimensions, including price reductions, bidding dynamics, coordination with transmission planning, risk allocation strategies, and the issue of domestic content.
This paper gives an overview of installed PV for all countries in the world, being predicated based on the examination of publically accessible data. Furthermore, an analysis of the development of cumulative PV capacities in recent years is given.
This document provides guidance to planners and the solar industry on how they can support biodiversity on solar farms.
The book's broad aim is to assess the welfare impact of solar home systems (SHS) on households and to evaluate the present institutional structure and financing mechanisms.
This handbook aims to demystify the process of developing solar photovoltaic projects in urban areas, providing detailed descriptions and guidance for all stages of development, including initial prefeasibility assessment, design, financing, procurement, and operations and maintenance.
The present study has adopted a graded evaluation approach to assess and evaluate all the possible renewable energy technologies and filter out the most feasible ones through a three step process involving (1) the assessment based on state wide renewable resource potential availability, (2) evaluation of suitability of infrastructural conditions and (3) Technology Management, Supply Chain & Cost Parameters.