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Middle Eastern off-grid PV garnering unwanted attention

South Hebron hills, West Bank

Photovoltaic installations, many funded by European companies, are being torn down in the West Bank's Masafer Yatta. pv magazine’s Middle Eastern correspondent, Ruth Michaelson discusses the situation.

Mixed messages for UK PV: Innovation and criticism

A plane next to a solar array.

In what is a microcosm of the environment facing photovoltaics in many parts of the world, in the UK innovative installations have been going up, while a new report has been produced critical of the country’s renewable energy...

Panasonic starts work on Malaysian PV facility

Malaysia's Kulim

Panasonic Energy Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. has begun construction on its 300 megawatt (MW) Malaysian photovoltaic production facility.

Suncore starts CPV production in China

Huainan, China

Suncore Photovoltaics has commenced production of its concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) modules in China following the completion of Phase-I construction at its facility in Huainan.

Australia: Remote Aboriginal community saves with solar

A community building with a solar array.

In an environment where very hot, humid conditions are common in the wet-season months, remote Aboriginal communities have begun turning to photovoltaic installations to reduce power bills. Power-hungry air conditioners are used...

Italian government scraps retroactive PV measures

Solar photovoltaic plant in Italy

Italy’s government has backtracked on a retroactive measure it was looking to impose on photovoltaic installations located on agricultural land.

ESA to install 22 PV systems in Tennessee and North Carolina

Tenneessee road sign

ESA Renewables LLC (ESA), a turnkey solar solutions provider, will install 22 200 kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic arrays in the U.S. states of Tennessee and North Carolina.

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