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|I think some have their tinfoil hats on too tight.|
|How do asteroids and rogue planets always seem to know when the end of the year is approaching? I think we should be told...|
|NO! We are all now suffering from Apocalypse Saturation Syndrome (ASS).|
|3 days and no follow up,does no one care?|
|Wheyhey off we go
|What's four year between friends?
The Mexican peso seems to be falling dramatically, looks like fear of the prophecy!|
|It might be all over after all......
|I'm not sure if he's a whale or a lizard.|
|Trump - he`s definately one of them.|
|Was that your Trump card?|
|Closer than you think.|
|Are we there yet?|
|arket News | Thu Nov 3, 2016 | 1:00pm EDT
Total's Pouyanne says solar industry facing "a new winter"
By Bate Felix | PARIS
Nov 3 The global renewable solar industry is facing a new crisis due to over-capacity and low demand, Patrick Pouyanne, Chief Executive of French oil and gas giant Total said on Thursday.
Low prices seen in recent projects and a decline in government support in some countries could make investments in the solar power sector unprofitable, Pouyanne told an energy conference.
"The solar industry is facing a new winter," he said, adding that the industry had gone through a similar phase in 2011 and 2012. "Today, the segment is facing a double crisis, a crisis of over capacity and a crisis of low demand."
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Pouyanne said he believed long-term prospects looked good but stressed that the industry had to find new ways to make solar energy profitable.
"There were some very aggressive tenders with very low prices. Frankly, when you see prices under 30 cents per kilowatt hour, I don't understand. It does not cover the amortisation of any investment," he said.
He said it was too early for governments to cut subsidies to the sector, adding that China had decided to change its policy on feed-in tariffs by lowering it, while in the United States the impact of a renewal of tax incentives was not being felt yet.
Total has gradually increased the share of renewables in its portfolio since its 2011 acquisition of U.S. solar power company SunPower Corp for $1.3 billion.
It launched a new gas, renewables and power division in September to help drive its ambition to become a top renewables and electricity company within 20 years. (Editing by Ingrid Melander)|
|Last time i saw you,you were out of sight.
Far out, man!|
|Nibbyroo Andy - good name, how did he win it?|
|Last time i saw you,you were out of sight.|
|But you aint seen me, right ?|