Hyperion signed a 1.65GW module contract for US market

Hyperion signed a 1.65GW module contract for US market

In late December 2022, Hyperion Solar signed a long-term supply contract for 1.65GW of modules with a leading US utility developer. It is a milestone for the rapid expansion of the Hyperion brand in the US market. Hyperion is headquartered in California with established production facilities in the Rayong and Pathum Thani provinces of Thailand. […]

EU plans to fast-track solar permitting via emergency regulation

The European Commission today proposed a temporary emergency regulation to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy in the face of the energy crisis and the knock-on effects of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Scheduled to last for one year, the proposal will remove administrative red tape around permitting and deployment, allowing renewable energy sources to be […]

Runergy’s Hyperion solar modules available in U.S. market via Inxeption

Runergy is a solar PV name you may not be familiar with, but it is a PV cell supplier for big brands such as JA Solar, GCL, TaleSun, Canadian Solar and others in the global top 10. According to PV InfoLink statistics, in 2020, 2021, and first half of 2022, the company’s solar cell sales […]

300+ US clean energy companies join SEIA’s criticism of FEMA proposals

More than 315 clean energy companies in the US have called on the country’s International Code Council (ICC) to reject a proposal from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) that would see solar projects categorised as high risk structures. The proposed FEMA change to the 2024 International Building Code (S76-22) would require solar, storage and […]

US seeks input on IRA’s clean energy tax incentives

The US Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) have requested stakeholder input on the climate and clean energy tax incentives included in the country’s Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). Six notices have been issued, requesting input on topics such as investment tax credits for PV plants and manufacturing tax credits, among others. […]

US solar module shipments jumped to record 28.8GW last year, EIA says

US shipments of PV modules reached a new high last year amid continued demand for new solar capacity. That is according to the country’s Energy Information Administration (EIA), which revealed that 2021 module shipments increased 32% year-on-year to a record generating capacity of 28.8GW. Shipments include imports, exports and domestically produced and shipped panels, the […]

US could exceed 50GW of solar manufacturing capacity by 2030

The US could exceed 50GW of solar manufacturing capacity by the end of this decade with the right application of incentives included in the country’s newly passed Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). That is according to a new whitepaper from trade body Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), which outlines how the US PV industry can capitalise […]