• Amazon is expanding its wind and solar projects in the U.S. and Europe

    Amazon is expanding its wind and solar projects in the U.S. and Europe

    Dec 06, 2021

    Polaris Solar Photovoltaic Network News: On Wednesday, local time, Amazon announced that it is adding 18 new utility-scale wind and solar projects to its renewable energy portfolio. The company said these locations will be in the United States, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom, and will add 2 gigawatts of additional energy capacity. So far, Amazon has announced 274 global renewable energy projects, 105 of which are wind and solar projects, and 169 are solar roofs for facilities and stores. The company also stated that last year, its promised projects will generate 4 GW, so this year, its promises represent a 40% increase. Commenting on the news, the CEO of the Clean Energy Buyers Association (CEBA) Miranda Ballentine said: “For the second year in a row, Amazon has set a new record because it is committed to fully using renewable energy by 2025, which is ahead of schedule. Five years. Large-scale clean energy investments like this are beneficial to all of us and should become the new normal in industries of all forms and sizes. They bring high-paying green jobs to local communities and support our communities to realize the American power system The goal of 90% carbon-free. It suggests the need of solar will be larger and larger to deal with rising electricity bill.

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  • January-September India solar cell module imports surge by 448%

    January-September India solar cell module imports surge by 448%

    Nov 26, 2021

    From January to September 2021, India's imports of solar cells and modules increased by 448% to US$1.97 billion. In the same period last year, India imported solar cells and modules worth US$359.9 million. From January to September, the country’s exports of solar cells and modules were US$110.25 million, an increase of 45% from US$76.13 million in the same period last year. In the third quarter of 2021, India’s solar imports were US$953 million, an increase of 580% compared to US$140 million in the same period last year. Compared with the US$762 million in the previous quarter, this represents an increase of approximately 25% from the previous quarter. In the third quarter of 2021, solar exports increased by 25% to US$21.2 million from US$16.9 million in the third quarter of 2020. However, this was a 65% decrease from the US$60.6 million in the second quarter. As the market recovered from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, import and export activities have increased. According to Mercom's second quarter of 2021 Indian solar market update, in the first half of 2021 (H1), India increased 4.57 GW of solar installed capacity, an increase of 251% over the same period last year, exceeding the total installed capacity in 2020 . India is always a important market of UISOLAR, we exported solar flat roof mounting, tile roof mounting, ground mounting, solar carport, solar farm etc. to our Indian customer. Feel free to contact us for any solar mounting products you may interested, we’ll be glad to service for you.

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  • Photovoltaic + agriculture complement each other, using solar panels to grow fruits

    Photovoltaic + agriculture complement each other, using solar panels to grow fruits

    Oct 14, 2021

    Agrivoltaic systems are photovoltaic (PV) technologies in which PV panels are mounted at a sufficient height from the ground to enable conventional cultivation practices underneath. Agrivoltaic systems not only preserve agricultural land, but also benefit crop production by improving water use efficiency and reducing water stress. The conditions of sunlight, temperature, humidity and wind that make cropland good for agriculture also maximize solar panel efficiency. UISOLAR has established many solar farm projects in Japan. (Following Source: WeChat public account "PV JAPAN BRIDGE" ID: PVJapanBridge) The agricultural production corporation Tomato Land Iwaki (located in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture) uses the cultivation technology of the Netherlands, an advanced agricultural country, to achieve high-quality and stable production of agricultural products in a glass greenhouse. The annual output is about 900 tons of tomatoes, 30 tons of raw figs, 20 tons of chili powder, 20 tons of strawberries, etc. In terms of sales, Tomato Land Iwaki focuses on market shipments and develops its own routes. At present, about half of them are turning to direct sales and online shopping. In addition to cutting-edge automation and cutting-edge technology used to increase production, Tomato Land Iwaki introduced agricultural-type solar power generation equipment in June 2012. Seven sets of Fujipream tracking support system silicon crystal solar panels totaling 18.375kW were installed, and 260 blueberry seedlings of 15 varieties were planted under the support. Agricultural solar power generation is to set up columns on the farmland, install photovoltaic power generation equipment in the upper space, and realize the sunlight sharing between agricultural production and power generation. In addition to the income from the sale of crops, farmers can also use the income from the sale of electricity and private power generation to further improve agricultural management. Fujipream, Toray Engineering, TMEIC, etc. provide technical support Tomato Land Iwaki introduced agricultural solar power to Iwaki City through Fujipream after the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011. Since the founder is a farmer, Fujipream has focused on balancing solar power generation and agricultural solar energy sharing (agricultural solar power generation business) from the beginning of its entry into solar panel manufacturing, and has been engaged in demonstration experiments. In addition to parking lots, Fujipream’s self-developed solar tracking type The panel of the support system also proposes agricultural applications. When donating solar power equipment, Fujipream will provide it to agricultural production companies in Iwaki City for free, and use it to power large-scale agricultural facilities and produce agricultural products where the equipment is installed. As a candidate for installation, the city proposed a central wholesale market composed of four groups, to conduct large-scale f...

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  • Net zero emission target may bring more than 630GW of solar energy opportunities per year

    Net zero emission target may bring more than 630GW of solar energy opportunities per year

    Sep 30, 2021

    Based on the industry situation, the analysis agency BNEF predicts three ways to lead to the future goal of net zero emissions. The "green" scenario described in its latest "New Energy Outlook" is bound to be far more attractive to the solar industry than other possibilities.   The report claims that by 2030, the world must add at least 455GW of solar power generation capacity each year to ensure that we continue to stay on track to achieve net zero emissions in the global economy by the middle of this century.   The American data company outlines three routes to achieve carbon neutrality based on mainstream power generation technology. The “green” scenario outlined in this research report predicts that in the next thirty years, we will need to build a new solar capacity of 632 GW each year to reach the global solar scale of 20 TW in 2050. This solar and wind energy-friendly green route will limit the global warming of this century to 1.75 degrees Celsius, and will require an increase of 257 GWh of battery energy storage capacity in the next 29 years, and then reach 7.7 TWh in the middle of this century.   In the green scenario, solar and wind energy will now account for about 1.3% of the world’s primary energy use, rising to 15% in this decade and 70% in the middle of this century.   UISOLAR, as a supplier with more than ten years of experience in manufacturing photovoltaic mounting brackets, will make efforts to achieve this goal.

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  • By 2026, the global photovoltaic mounting market is expected to exceed 16 billion U.S. dollars

    By 2026, the global photovoltaic mounting market is expected to exceed 16 billion U.S. dollars

    Sep 17, 2021

    Polaris Solar Photovoltaic Network News: According to the latest research of the market research company Global Market Insights, by 2026, the market size of solar photovoltaic mounting systems will grow from the current over US$9.9 billion to over US$16 billion. According to the report, due to the increasing demand for clean and sustainable energy and the increasing degree of urbanization, it is expected that the solar photovoltaic system market will gain tremendous growth momentum. Photovoltaic mounting systems are used to install photovoltaic modules on the ground, exterior walls, buildings, roofs and other building structures. The materials used in these systems usually depend on the climate. For example, when setting up factories in coastal areas, all structural components should be made of galvanized steel or aluminum because of its high corrosion resistance. From a regional perspective, favorable regulatory programs and renewable energy targets that can be supported by all European countries will promote industrial growth throughout Europe. It is expected that in the next few years, the European solar market will grow at an alarming rate, making solar power generation capacity the basis of the region’s clean energy transition. Photovoltaic technology is one of the most widely used clean energy power generation technologies in the world, and this technology is gradually becoming an important part of the European energy structure. In fact, in 2018, photovoltaic power generation reached about 127 TWh, accounting for 3.9% of the EU's total power generation. Looking ahead, the region is likely to continue to grow, which is mainly due to self-consumption and the increase in rooftop photovoltaic installations in the region, which will trigger faster economic growth and more employment opportunities, enabling the industry to build a huge growth momentum. Therefore, these factors will drive the demand for solar photovoltaic installation systems throughout Europe. In addition, the implementation of incentives and other regulatory measures is driving the promotion of distributed photovoltaic power generation systems across Africa, thereby stimulating the growth in demand for stents. In the Middle East, the abundant solar energy resources and the reduction of dependence on fossil fuels are promoting the growth of the solar photovoltaic market in the region. It is expected that during the forecast period, the solar photovoltaic stent system market in this region will also continue to grow as a result.

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  • Solar Power Energy Development in the future

    Solar Power Energy Development in the future

    Sep 09, 2021

    Polaris Solar Photovoltaic Network News: On September 8, the US Department of Energy released a research report on solar energy. The research report outlines how solar energy can help decarbonize the US grid and help achieve the government's goal of net zero emissions from the power sector by 2035. Research shows that by 2035, solar energy has the potential to supply 40% of the electricity in the United States and provide nearly 1.5 million jobs without causing electricity bills to rise. The report calls for a substantial increase in the installed capacity of photovoltaic power generation. According to the vision blueprint of the US Department of Energy, the country’s photovoltaic power generation needs to rise from 76GW in 2020 (about 3% of the national power supply) to 1600GW in 2035, and reach 3000GW in 2050. . Last month, the Ministry of the Interior announced that it would start a process to ensure easier access to vast federal land for solar and wind energy, and to address the greedy demand for land in the renewable energy industry. According to research firm Rystad Energy, the US's goal of achieving decarbonization of the power sector by 2035 requires that the solar energy industry alone requires a larger area than the Netherlands. More than 700 companies have written to Congress seeking long-term extension of tax incentives for solar investment, which will "alleviate project financing challenges." Last month, the latest report released by Ember, an independent think tank concerned with climate issues, stated that the EU's solar energy supply reached a record high in June and July, accounting for 10% of the region's total power generation. Judging from the 2020 report, China's wind and solar energy supply last year accounted for 9.8% of total electricity consumption. China is the only G20 country that has seen a significant increase in coal power generation in 2020.

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