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Aleo Solar to be sold, dissolved and renamed

Aleo Solar factory.

The troubled German solar company announced today the results of yesterday's extraordinary AGM meeting, revealing it will trade as AS Abwicklung und Solar-Service AG from April 30.


LG Electronics expands production capacity

LG Electronics plant, Gumi, South Korea

The electronics giant is revamping production for a new PV module design and expanding capacity. LG Electronics' total capacity is expected to reach 600 MW by the end of 2015.


JinkoSolar connects 39 MW to China grid

Solar PV plant from JinkoSolar.

The Chinese solar company has completed two PV projects in the province of Jiangsu, China.


Tenaska switches to PV for 150 MW California project

Tenaska 130 MW Southern California project

Originally planned as a largely CPV-based solar farm, the Tenaska Imperial Solar Energy Center West project will now use PV technolgy. Soitec Solar, which was set to provide its CPV technology for the project, said the decision...


Green economy could add $45 billion to Kenya GDP, says UN

Kenyan children inspecting a solar module.

Greater food security, a cleaner environment and higher productivity of natural resources among the benefits of switch to greener economy, says report.


SolarWorld signs supply agreement with US solar company PetersenDean

SolarWorld HQ, Oregon

PetersenDean, one of the United States' largest privately held roofing and solar companies, will install SolarWorld solar panels as part of its Solar4America campaign.


Differentiating thin film

Looking towards the sun

Some industry representatives have raised more than a big question mark as to what the future holds for the production of thin film modules. A quick spot check shows, however, that things are developing and progressing swiftly...


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