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SunEdison wins 150 MW of PV projects in Karnataka, India

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

The U.S. solar company is expanding its footprint in India, where it has made a successful bid for 150 MW of projects in the state of Karnataka. The news follows SunEdison's recently announced plans to develop 5 GW of solar in...


Kyocera sees sales, profit rise in first half of fiscal year

Kyocera PV site, Nedo

An absence of revenue from large-scale solar projects for the public and commercial sectors resulted in declining sales and profit for the Japanes congolomerate's Applied Ceramic Products division. Japan remains the group's main...


SunPower posts 70% drop in third-quarter profit

SunPower's San Luis Obispo project

The California company's revenue between July and September was on par with its third-quarter result last year despite the hefty drop in profit. North America remains SunPower's biggest market.


Deutsche Bank: Momentum continues in US solar market

The bank's latest research note from the Solar Power International trade show predicts continuing U.S. market growth through 2015, as well as a potential deal on tariffs against Chinese solar products.


PV puts other renewables in the shade in Israel

A satellite image of Israel.

Israel's government has approved the transfer of 520 MW of quotas for solar PV, signalling the beginning of an exciting time for solar power in the Middle East.


The pv magazine weekly news digest: Oct 18-25

A sale sign.

With poly and solar energy price falls set to continue, it's good news all round this week... apart from in Austin, Texas... and unless you are Tony Abbott... or an LDK shareholder...


Snap-together mounting system 'halves installation time'

Solar panel installation.

Californian company secures $1m accelerator grant from US Department of Energy. Cash will speed the introduction of the SMASH PowerStation to market.


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