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Costa Rica powered 100% by renewables so far this year

The ICE's Cachi Hydroelctric Plant in Cartago, Costa Rica.

The Central American nation has not had to use fossil fuel power plants to produce electricity from January through March, due mainly to hydropower.


SunEdison buys 100 MWh of Imergy batteries for India microgrid project

Imergy battery system.

Solar developer purchases 1,000 storage systems as it steps up efforts to bring electricity to villagers in parts of rural India.


FT examines curious trading pattern of Hanergy shares

Hanergy Thin Film Power Group

The Chinese thin-film solar group remains in the spotlight: The Financial Times has analyzed the company's share trading over the past two years and made a startling discovery. Experts say an unusual stock-buying pattern may...


JinkoSolar to supply modules for 104 MW Utah Red Hills solar plant

Once complete, the 104 MW Red Hills solar farm will be the largest array in Utah.

The Chinese module manufacturer has been chosen by EPC Swinerton to supply its panels for the project, which will be one of the largest in the U.S.


Russian researchers develop lighter, more flexible solar cells

Tomsk State University in Russia

Solar activity is heating up in Russia, where scientists at Tomsk State University are developing a new type of flexible solar cell. At the same time, the first solar plant selected in the country's green capacity tender has...


Yingli module shipments rise 17% in 2014, hit 3.3 GW globally

Yingli production.

Profit soars by 53.4% as company ships more than 3.3 GW of PV modules globally. Fourth quarter performance ends year on high.


Israeli Knesset goes green

Israeli Knesset

The national legislature in Jerusalem will unveil what it says is the largest solar installation of any parliament building in the world this weekend.


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