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China coal tariffs could impact Australia solar industry

Mount Tom Price iron ore mine.

The solar industry has been worried that Australia may impose tariffs on cheap solar module imports from China. The surprise imposition of tariffs on Australian coal imports has raised the stakes dramatically.


Solar power driving North Carolina's clean economy, study finds

Warehouse Farm, Chapel Hill solar installation.

Report by Pew Charitable Trust shows new solar capacity installed in 2013 amounted to 335 MW; the third-highest across the U.S.


BPVA launches UK schools solar rooftop initiative

Greg Barker and BPVA chairman Reza Shaybani.

The Powering Knowledge program has been jointly launched by Rated Solar Installer and the British Photovoltaic Association to help save schools more than $800m on energy bills.


NextEnergy Solar share issue eyes $340m of UK PV projects

Ground-mount U.K. solar farm.

The fund has set a 250 million share placement program that will enable it to develop up to 186 MW of solar capacity in the U.K.


REC Solar and SolarCity increase module supply deal to 220 MW

SolarCity rooftop installation.

The supply agreement builds upon an earlier deal struck in June between the two companies, and extends right the way through 2015.


SPI Solar raises $43.8m via private placements

Solar panels.

The vertically integrated PV developer intends to use funds raised from the stock sale to expand its global solar activities.


Grid restrictions could slow Japan's solar revolution

Tokyo skyline.

Speed of PV's expansion placing strain on grid's capacity to absorb solar-powered electricity, prompting five utilities to restrict grid access of new solar farms.


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