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5 SPI takeaways

The Las Vegas Convention Center.

North America's biggest trade show, Solar Power International, was big, brassy and the mood was generally high. pv magazine attended with a team of six and here are five key takeaways.


pv magazine: Week in review

SunEdison sunset

Energy storage garnered the spotlight at SPI in Las Vegas while in the U.S., renewables continued to account for new capacity. In the Middle East, Saudis are looking increasingly at solar as the key to their future while Israel...


SunPower partners on 3 GW of projects in China

Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, China

The California-based company is expanding its reach in China with a second joint venture. It's partnering with TZS, Sichuan Development, Leshan Electric Power and Tianjin Tsinlien; Plans to Utilize Leading LCPV Technology


SunEdison wins 150 MW of PV projects in Karnataka, India

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

The U.S. solar company is expanding its footprint in India, where it has made a successful bid for 150 MW of projects in the state of Karnataka. The news follows SunEdison's recently announced plans to develop 5 GW of solar in...


115 MW of utility-scale solar plants planned for western New South Wales

Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia

French renewable energy developer Neoen is planning a series of large-scale solar PV plants around key towns in western New South Wales, Australia, that would amount to a total 115 MW and would be one of the biggest commercial...


Inside the Enphase storage play

The Enphase AC battery.

Last week microinverter supplier Enphase Energy unveiled its AC storage product at the SPI trade show in Las Vegas. The announcement attracted considerable hype and pv magazine spoke to Ameet Konkar, Enphase's senior director of...


Kyocera sees sales, profit rise in first half of fiscal year

Kyocera PV site, Nedo

An absence of revenue from large-scale solar projects for the public and commercial sectors resulted in declining sales and profit for the Japanes congolomerate's Applied Ceramic Products division. Japan remains the group's main...


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