Latest PV market updates
The Ontario-based module manufacturer continues to expand its operations in Latin America with two projects in the Central American nation of Honduras.
Financial considerations are driving solar installations in Australia, according to a new survey by Ernst & Young, which found that 70% of people who had already installed PV systems did so for financial reasons.
Trina Solar's Honey module has set a new P-type mono record, achieving a peak power of 335.2 W with a 60 cell module. It beats its earlier record achieved earlier this year.
GTM Research's latest report predicts that 130,000 metric tons of annual polysilicon capacity will come online in 2015 and 2016, which could create an oversupply situation again in 2016.
The Swiss solar power producer and Hitachi Hi-Tech have begun construction on two PV projects in the country. The two companies plan to begin construction on 100 MW of projects next year and 300 MW by 2017.
The state-run electric utility has announced plans to invest close to $1 billion in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, which is aiming to install more than 2 GW of solar power in the next few years.
An affiliate of D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments and Bright Plain Renewable Energy acquired the project from initial developer American Capital Energy. Signal Energy will handle EPC and O&M services for the installation.
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