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Solarbuzz: The unpredictability of Chinese solar demand is a headache

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Despite China's reputation as the promised land for the solar industry, the latest report from NPD Solarbuzz says wild fluctuations in demand in the country could mean suppliers which rely on markets outside the People's Republic...


Japan: 4 MW of new projects connected

A Sky Solar photovoltaic installation.

With solar manufacturer Renewable Energy Corporation's (REC) recently released annual figures highlighting the Norwegian company's heavy reliance on a shrinking European market, the panel maker has taken a step in the right...


Pakistan and CK Solar Korea to develop 300 MW park

The flag of Pakistan.

The government of the Balochistan province in Pakistan and CK Solar Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a 300 MW PV solar park near Quetta, Balochistan's largest city.


Standard Bank announces $2 billion renewable energy fund for South Africa

A South African solar project.

Ten PV projects in South Africa will benefit from a US$2 billion funding support agreement between Standard Bank Group and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC).


US: Gehrlicher Solar EPC for 3.8 MW Massachusetts array

Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick inspects a solar rooftop in the U.S. state.

Construction began last month on a 3.8 MW solar array for the town of Bellingham, Massachusetts, in the U.S.


S.A.G. Solarstrom completes UK project on time

S.A.G. Solarstrom managed to complete three ground-mounted projects in the U.K. on time by the end of March before the changes to the Renewables Obligation Certificate assessment were implemented. The projects have a total of 44...


REC’s annual report makes grim reading

REC's Singapore production facility.

"No one is making money in the solar industry at the moment," admits Renewable Energy Corporation (REC) CEO and president Ole Enger in the foreword to the Norwegian solar company's annual report for 2012.


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