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Canadian Solar to build 47 MW PV plant in Japan

Canadian Solar will equip the solar project with its PV modules

Canadian Solar Inc. has signed an agreement with Mashiki Town and Kumamoto Prefecture to build a 47 MW solar PV plant. It is scheduled for completion in 2017.


GCL contracts Power China Beijing for 50 MW PV project

The solar PV project will be installed in China’s Jiangxi Province

Yugan GCL has signed Power China Beijing up for EPC services for a 50 MW solar PV project in China’s Jiangxi Province. The contract is worth US$69.6 million.


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Fraunhofer solar cell research.

The race for solar panel efficiency heats up, SunEdison goes for a more streamlined model, Europe wants to nip the MIP in the bud, and Germany lends a helping hand to India.


Solar Decathlon kicks off amidst NREL layoffs

The U.S. Energy Department's Solar Decathlon kicks off Oct. 8, 2015

As international university teams compete on innovative solar home designs, the U.S. Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, which has been instrumental in organizing the popular challenge, is facing increasing...


China increases solar installation target for 2015

20 MW Golmud PV plant

The country's National Energy Administration is requiring new projects to be completed by the end of 2015 and connected to the grid by the end of June next year, a move that has led to increased installations for the year.


IRENA calls for energy roadmaps to integrate renewables

"Power sector transformation should focus on a transition of the system as a whole, and not treat the integration of renewable power generation as a separate issue."

IRENA has released a new report outlining measures for the development of national roadmaps to assist in the transition to renewables in a country’s power grid. Policy makers will need play a central role in successfully...


Australia drops anti-dumping case against Chinese solar firms

Solar installation, Australia.

Australian Anti-Dumping Commission recommended the investigation be terminated in April having found only negligible injury or hindrance caused to the Australian PV industry.


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