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Taiwan PV feed-in tariff enables investment to be recouped in 10-15 years

Feb 12, 15:10

Taiwan's 20-year feed-in tariffs for PV system installation projects are estimated to result in investment payback periods of 10-15 years, according to industry sources.

Makers complain about Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariff quota, say sources

Feb 5, 17:03

Taiwan-based companies engaged in renewable energy are complaining about the low quota for projects that can receive government subsidies this year, according to industry sources.

Taiwan-based solar cell makers receiving urgent orders from Japan

Feb 2, 11:34

After Japan kicked off new feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) system installations in November 2009, Japan-based suppliers have revised their projected total installation...

Taiwan solar cell makers expect full utilization in February and March

Jan 28, 14:28

Major Taiwan-based solar cell makers expect their capacities to remain fully occupied in February and March due to surging demand from Europe, according to industry sources.

PV module price cuts hinge on poly-Si costs

Jan 27, 15:38

Germany's reductions in feed-in tariffs for PV system projects effective from April and July 2010 are expected to force module suppliers to cut prices. The extent of price cuts will...

Demand for grade B solar cells picking up, say Taiwan makers

Jan 22, 16:56

Taiwan-based makers have revealed that they have obtained many orders for grade B solar cells in addition to normal grade products as demand heats up ahead of anticipated cuts in...

Germany to cut PV feed-in tariff; likely to spur demand in February and March

Jan 21, 14:27

Germany's Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has set tentative reductions in feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) system installation...

Europe PV clients outsource more in anticipation of feed-in tariff cuts, say Taiwan makers

Jan 20, 11:10

Anticipating that the governments in Germany and other European countries will soon reduce feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) projects, Europe-based suppliers of PV modules...

Europe cuts PV subsidies as Asia solar players dominate, say Taiwan makers

Jan 15, 12:13

The increasing dominance of Asia-based, in particular China- and Taiwan-based, solar call makers in Europe may be prompting European governments to cut-back their feed-in subsidies...

Taiwan market: Renewable energy feed-in tariff subsidization to be available for application soon

Jan 14, 11:34

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy, and the subsidization is expected to be available for application by renewable energy...

Taiwan government decides to adopt 20-year fixed renewable energy feed-in tariffs

Dec 31, 11:10

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 30 determined that the final feed-in tariffs for renewable energy announced on December 18 will remain fixed for qualified...

Taiwan market: PV sector concerned about possible cuts in feed-in tariff

Dec 29, 14:58

While Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has set feed-in tariff rates for renewable energy, players in the local photovoltaic (PV) industry are concerned about the possibility...

Taiwan sets feed-in rates; may attract installation of 500MWp PV systems in 2010

Dec 21, 16:27

The renewable energy feed-in tariff rates determined by Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 18 are expected to stimulate installation of photovoltaic (PV) power-generating...

Taiwan government sets renewable energy feed-in tariffs

Dec 21, 15:41

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) on December 18 announced final feed-in tariffs for renewable energy which will come into effect until the end of 2010. Renewable energy...

Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariffs to be set by end of December, says minister

Dec 7, 12:25

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) plans to decide on feed-in tariffs for on-grid renewable energy generation by the end of December 2009, according to minister Shih Yen-shiang...

China market: PV feed-in rates hinge on results of COP 15, say China-based makers

Dec 7, 11:40

As the China government has promised to reduce the country's carbon footprint by 40-45% from the levels in 2005 by 2020, it is expected to boost development of renewable energy mainly...

Japan-based maker to buy a Taiwan-based a-Si thin-film PV maker

Oct 16, 15:09

A major Japan-based producer of PV products has visited several a-Si thin-film PV module makers in Taiwan looking to potentially acquire one of them, according to industry sources...

Taiwan government does not rule out hiking PV feed-in tariffs

Oct 5, 14:24

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) will not rule out the possibility of raising feed-in tariffs for PV generated power, according to vice minister Hwang Jung-chiou speaking...

Taiwan PV association asking for higher feed-in tariffs

Oct 1, 11:17

The Taiwan Photovoltaic Industry Association (TPVIA) has proposed higher feed-in tariffs for grid-connected PV power generation than the rates tentatively set by a government energy...

Japan likely to become largest PV market, say Taiwan makers

Sep 30, 15:00

While Germany and Italy may reduce feed-in tariffs for grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) power generation, Japan will bring into force its rates in January 2010, and thus Japan stands...

Taiwan renewable energy feed-in tariffs not final: Q&A with Huey-ching Yeh, director general of the Bureau of Energy

Sep 25, 17:22

At a September 24 public hearing held by the Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) to discuss its recently announced tentative feed-in tariff rates...

BE director general Huey-ching Yeh

Taiwan PV feed-in tariff rates too low to attract investment, say PV makers

Sep 25, 15:30

The tentative feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) power generation proposed by the Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs are too low to offer incentives...

Taiwan government sets tentative PV feed-in tariffs

Sep 21, 15:15

The Bureau of Energy (BE) under Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) has released proposed feed-in tariff rates for photovoltaic (PV) and other types of renewable energy.

Half of all solar panels made this year won't be installed in 2009, says iSuppli

Aug 11, 09:13

The solar industry in 2009 has been undermined by collapse in demand due to the decision by Spain, which accounted for 50% of worldwide installations in 2008, to change its feed-in-tariff...

Taiwan government plans to kick off roof PV installation program in 2010

Aug 6, 15:21

Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), following the enactment of the Renewable Energy Development Statute in June 2009, plans to implement an on-roof PV system installation...

Global PV market to resume growth in 2011, says NextGen Research

Aug 3, 15:59

Photovoltaic (PV) demand will increase at a CAGR of nearly 24% from 2008 to 2013, with markedly stronger growth starting in 2011 after the global economy rebounds from the ongoing...

Jiangsu to bring PV feed-in rates to China

Jul 3, 12:18

The government of Jiangsu Province, eastern China, plans to establish a feed-in photovoltaic (PV) power-generating network with a total installation capacity of 400MWp (megawatt-peak)...

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