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We aim to change the way we generate and use electricity: JinkoSolar’s Daniel Liu

Having started its business from the upstream side of the solar value chain, JinkoSolar now produces wafers and cells as well. We are committed to expanding the boundaries of our PV knowledge through research and development, and actively catalysing the commercialisation of cutting-edge solar technology. Our introduction of various solar technologies in the past financial year is evidence of our dedication to innovation.

Opinion & Perspective

What We’re Learning about Corporate Climate Ambition

Glasgow signaled unprecedented levels of climate action commitments from investors and businesses that can drive real economy transformation. Indeed, private sector actions could be the critical factor to keep 1.5°C alive in just the next few years. So, what have corporate actors committed to, and what do these commitments mean?

Mega Trends & Analysis

France would need almost double the solar PV capacity in just three years: IEA

France aims at a share of 23 per cent renewables in gross final energy consumption by 2020, but had 17.2 per cent in 2019 and 19.1 per cent in 2020. The gap with the 2023 targets under the PPE is massive: France would need to add 6.4 GW of wind capacity and almost double the solar PV capacity in just three years.

Policy Watch

German Coalition Agreement sets a clear focus on climate protection and digitalization: Clifford Chance

Clifford Chance has released “Snapshot of the German Coalition Agreement – Impact on Energy and Infrastructure in Germany”. On November 25, 2021, the coalition of Social-Democrats (SPD), Greens (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) and Liberals (FDP) presented its Draft Coalition Agreement to the public. The new coalition will especially focus on climate protection as well as on the modernisation and digitalisation of Germany.

Tech Talk

Resource adequacy recommendations for a clean energy grid in the US

The controversial topic of resource adequacy (RA) is undergoing fundamental reassessment to function properly with the future resource mix. From a legal standpoint, while FERC’s authority over resource adequacy in the ISO/RTO setting has been construed expansively, the Commission has declined to mandate capacity markets in circumstances where reliability and economic problems have not been demonstrated.

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Webinars & Videos

RENdez-vous Southeast Asia: RE-Imagining Renewable Energy Futures for Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia has huge, untapped potential to be a leader in renewable energy. Currently, however, economies in the region are heavily dependent on fossil fuels to meet their energy demand. This was the second of a 3-part series of RENdez-vous for Southeast Asia by REN21. Participants and thematic experts discussed and re-imagined what futures may look like for renewable energy in Southeast Asia.

Knowledge Centre

United States Clean Power Update Q2 2021

The report has been prepared by the American Clean Power. The U.S. clean energy industry installed 5,620 MW of clean power capacity in the second quarter of 2021—a record for second quarter installations. Additions in the first half of the year total 9,915 MW, supplanting 2020 as the most active first six months for installations.

Finance

Capital Markets Can Power Southeast Asia’s Sustainable Pandemic Recovery

Asia and the Pacific as a whole was already behind schedule in terms of meeting the goals by 2030, and the pandemic has set the region back further. One way in which governments can compensate for this is to mobilize private capital for sustainable investments. In Southeast Asia, countries have already made significant progress in this area. In September 2021, the cumulative value of ASEAN-labeled green, social, and sustainability bonds issued in Southeast Asia reached $16.4 billion.

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