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Hanwha Q Cells to build 1.5 GW solar cell plant in South Korea

Cell production, Hanwha.

The Korean solar cell manufacturer has announced plans to construct the nation's first large-scale cell fab at a cost of $315.54 million. Facility will be located in Jincheon.


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Solar installation, Malaysia.

Second tier solar markets took center stage this week, with India, Australia, Malaysia and Brazil each turning heads with their PV development plans and announcements, as leading markets wobbled.


Suntech signs 63 MW supply deal to Thailand

Thai flag.

China’s Suntech has signed a deal to sign a 63 MW in projects in Thailand. Gunkul Engineering is developing the projects to be grid connected by the end of the year.


Solarcentury rolls out BIPV solution to UK market

Sunstation from Solarcentury.

Sunstation system designed to appeal to aesthetic sensibilities of British homeowners as U.K. residential rooftop market prepares for further growth.


US clean energy use hits 80 year high, says EIA

Solar PV rooftop installation, U.S.

Data from the Energy Information Administration reveals highest levels of renewable energy use in the U.S. since the Great Depression of the 1930s.


Younicos launches North American storage consulting service

Younicos battery.

Following successful consulting engagements in Europe, Younicos will offer suite of storage-related technical consulting services to North American customers.


SolarCity and BofA create $200m tax equity fund for smaller investors

SolarCity installation in progress.

Newly created funding pot aimed at regional banks and other smaller corporations interested in offering solar finance packages to residential customers.


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