Latest PV market updates

Solyndra misled government to secure $535m loan guarantee, investigation finds

Solyndra HQ, Fremont, California.

Four-year probe finds that the bankrupt solar company misrepresented facts and omitted key information in securing federal loan guarantee under stimulus program.


LDK Solar to supply 67MW for Thai PV project

LDK Solar will be supplying 67 MW of PV modules to a PV project in Thailand under a module supply agreement it signed with EA Solar Phitsanulok.


Brazil qualifies over 11 GW of solar PV projects for upcoming auction

Brazilian authorities have pre-approved 341 solar PV projects for a reserve auction which will take place on August 28. However, even for the projects which are chosen significant barriers remain.


50% lesser transmission charges for solar in Rajasthan

The Rajasthan Solar Association has stated that the transmission charges for inter-state open access solar projects will be halved. This reduction order has been passed by the Rajasthan Electricity Regulatory Commission (RERC)...


Solar alliance urges UK government to support small-scale FIT

David Cameron.

100-strong alliance of small businesses, retailers and local government representatives sign letter urging British Prime Minister to protect feed-in tariff ahead of review later this year.


E.ON bets on US for bold solar push

Solar installation, U.S.

The German utility is eyeing expansion into the growing solar space of the U.S. as it pursues investment and development opportunities in PV.


"I am certainly not the solar industry gravedigger," says Asbeck

In a newspaper interview in Germany, SolarWorld's CEO and founder Frank Asbeck defended the crackdown on the Chinese competition with regards to dumping. Additionally, Asbeck criticized German politics which apparently ruined...


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