Latest PV market updates
Centrotherm customer Qatar Solar Technologies (QSTec) is the foreign investor behind Solarpark Blautal, which has secured an 80% stake in German PV production equipment supplier centrotherm. Solarpark Blautal, in which...
2016 begins with an egalitarian slant as solar markets of all shapes, sizes and regions garner attention, much of it extremely positive.
Tokyo-based M. Setek, a unit of OEM manufacturer AU Optronics, has reveaeled that it is to cease production of polysilicon for the solar industry, focusing instead on the production of ingots.
British solar developer completes 23 new ground-mounted solar farms in the U.K. in December, including 14 sites connected under the FIT, and nine connected under the ROC scheme.
Analysis reveals 17% fall in installed cost of large-scale solar in the U.S. in the third quarter of last year compared to 2014; continued cost decrease will spur demand for 2016.
Residential solar company follows SolarCity in pulling out of Nevada after the U.S. state imposed fees on rooftop solar PV systems for customers.
Report finds total corporate funding for the sector slightly below 2014, as were venture capital investments, which amounted to $1.1 billion for 2015.
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