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Huawei signs 150 MW inverter supply deal with Apollo Energy Group

Mount Fuji, Japan.

The Chinese ICT giant agrees to supply its inverters to the Japanese renewable energy company as it expands rollout of its smart PV solutions.


Russia: Hevel launches first full-cycle PV module factory

Hevel Solar solar park, Russia

The fab's thin-film solar module production technology is based on spraying nanolayers in the manufacturing process, which allows up to a 200-fold reduction in the use of silicon -- the main raw material in solar energy.


Jordan's universities install solar

PV installations at Hashemite University in Jordan.

pv magazine has learned the Hashemite University is soon going to announce the winner of its tender for a 5 MW solar PV park at its premises in the city of Zarqa in northeast Jordan. The solar installation represents an overall...


Proinso launches EPM program in Southeast Asia

Proinso 50 kw rooftop plant in India

The global PV integrator is strengthening its presence in South East Asia with a new engineering, procurement and management service program across the area.


US Virgin Islands: New 4.2 MW PV plant provides 5% of island's base load capacity

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

As part of its strategy to deploy more solar, WAPA has signed a 25-year solar power purchase agreement with Colorado-based Main Street Power for energy generated by the new solar installation.


Indian Railways plans 1 GW of solar projects

Indian Railway locomotive

Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu says his plan to purchase power by soliciting bids from generators and power exchanges will result in savings of $485 million.


BayWa r.e. realigns German PV wholesale business

BayWa r.e., Germany

Beginning in April, a new BayWa company will handle all of its PV-related products while group subsidiaries Creotecc GmbH and Solarmarkt Deutschland will cease trading.


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