Solar Energy News Roundup for January 30, 2018

Solar Energy News Roundup for January 30, 2018

Solar Tariffs Could Be Driving Up Solar Manufacturing in the United States

JinkoSolar announced that it had signed an agreement to supply 1.75 GW of high efficiency modules to a U.S counterparty yesterday. They announced that the company’s board of directors had authorized JinkoSolar to finalize planning for the construction of an advanced solar manufacturing facility in the United States of America.

Source: RENEWABLEENERGYWORLD

 

After Trump tariffs, Chinese solar company says it will build U.S. factory

President Trump wants Chinese solar panels firms to make more products in the United States of America. It leads to more development in the United States of America. China and the U.S are partners when it comes to trading resources of both powerful country.

Source: CNN

 

California regulators at ‘essential starting point’ to enable revenue stacking

The head of California’s Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) has said, steps taken in California to enable energy storage systems to provide multiple services and to ‘stack revenues’ are “an essential starting point” for the industry. To the system owners or operators, it would be an economic benefit.

Source: PVTECH