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From: "Ella Loren" <email@example.com>
Date: Oct 12, 2017 3:25 PM
Subject: RE: Solar Leads October Special Promotion
We're now more than halfway through 2017 and our Solar leads is still in it's lowest price. This offer is limited only for order's placed for October 1-31.
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***Minimum order amounts do still apply. Pricing may vary if you are in CA, NY, MA, NJ.
*** If you place your 1st order within these dates the price will be locked in and grandfathered for all future orders.
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Abu Dhabi group bids record-low PV price in Saudi Arabia
Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) and EDF Energies Nouvelles (EDF EN) have jointly filed a record-low PV bid equivalent to $1.79/MWh for the 300 MW Sakaka Project in Saudi Arabia, the Kingdom's Renewable Energy Project Development Office (REPDO) said October 3.
Eight consortiums made it through to the bidding stage, submitting bids between $1.79/MWh and $3.4/MWh, REPDO said.
The Masdar consortium's bid is far lower than the record price of $24.2/MWh for the 1.2 GW Sweihan project in Abu Dhabi, bid by a consortium including Japanese investment company Marubeni, China's Jinko Solar and the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA).
Prior to the Sweihan bid, a Masdar-led consortium held the record for the lowest PV price with its $29.9/MWh bid for the 800 MW DEWA III project in Dubai. In March, EDF EN announced it had joined the DEWA III consortium.
Interior Secretary Zinke’s claim that the U. S. has struggled to produce ‘low-cost, abundant and reliable energy’
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Solar power is the fastest growing source of global energy // Engadget
Solar power was the fastest-growing source of global energy last year, overtaking growth from all other forms, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). The spurt is largely attributed to lower prices and changing government policies encouraging a shift away from traditional power sources, such as coal. China, for example, has played an important role in renewable energy's prominence, accounting for almost half of all new solar panels installed worldwide.
Many experts are heralding a "new era" in solar photovoltaics (PV), anticipating that solar PV capacity growth will be higher than any other renewable technology up until 2022. In fact, the IEA has admitted it had underestimated how fast green energy was growing, noting that many countries are set for a solar boom in the coming years. India's renewable energy capacity is expected to double by 2022, overtaking the EU.
However, the IEA has said that despite these encouraging figures, there are uncertainties ahead. Donald Trump's pledge to revive coal has put the country's position as the second fastest-growing renewables market in jeopardy, especially if the US International Trade Commission were to impose tariffs on imports of Chinese solar panels. However the forecast for now, according to the IEA, remains bright.
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