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The German manufacturing giant has succeeded in winning approval for a restructuring plan and considerably narrowed its first-half loss. CEO Frank Asbeck offers an upbeat assessment.
The Taiwanese electronics group, which is reportedly eager to reduce its reliance on Apple, is expected to decide by year's end whether to expand its solar operations.
BNRG will build the utility-scale project on approximately 120 acres (48.6 hectares) of land in South East England. The plant will be equipped with some 82,000 solar panels, making it one of the largest in the country.
The Chinese manufacturer posted a Q2 profit of $8 million following the expansion of operations in emerging markets such as Japan, the U.S. and India.
As part of the Obama administration's clean energy goals, the U.S. Interior Department has established a new Renewable Energy Evaluation Area that could result in the development of more than 3.3 GW of solar capacity.
The Indian state of Gujarat is set to expand canal-top solar power generation with a new 10-kilometer long photovoltaic project.
Of the leading 40 solar companies, environmental and consumer advocacy group Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition found that Trina Solar, Yingli and SunPower bested industry rivals in areas such as worker safety and module toxicity.