U.S. Senators have introduced a Storage Technology for Renewable and Green Energy Act for 2013. This Act, also known as the STORAGE Act, will promote the deployment of energy storage technologies in the U.S. All storage...
Germany’s SMA Solar Technology AG is planning to set up new inverter production facilities in South Africa in an effort to not only meet increasing PV demand but also local content requirements in the fast growing market.
The U.S. state of New Jersey looks set to invest $447 million on PV projects, including a plan to transform unused landfills and abandoned industrial sites into 42 MW of solar farms.
The U.S. Army is on the lookout for a PV company to build and maintain a 20 MW solar power plant at an Arizona military base as part of a 30-year energy supply deal.
India largest coal miner, Coal India Limited, is reported to be preparing to develop a 2 MW solar project in Odisha as part of a stated aim to diversify into renewable energy.
Thai solar project developer Natural Energy Development Co. has announced the completion of its 84 MW photovoltaic plant in Lopburi, Thailand.
Up to 200,000 photovoltaic units on homes across Australia could be improperly installed and some even posing a danger, according to the country’s Clean Energy Regulator.
Norwegian project developer has signed deal for a further two photovoltaic schemes and will complete its Kalkbult project ahead of schedule.
Affordable Solar and Sunnova Energy Corp. are offering residents of New Mexico a new solar panel leasing program that promises fixed, long-term rates and lower prices than current electricity costs.
Chinese panel giant Suntech has sparked fears it will start a fire sale of its huge inventory by agreeing to sell 30 MW of its products to a rival manufacturer for just US$0.49/Watt.
Chinese manufacturer Yingli – which improved its first quarter module shipment forecast this week – will supply 10 MW of its YGE 60 Cell Series panels to project at Gemas, Negri Sembilan.
The University of Cyprus has announced plans for a second, 10 to 13 MW, solar park and revealed it will lead a €1.3 million research program into the adoption of net metering across the EU.
Renewables company Lightsource Renewable Energy acquires 6.3 MW Solarcentury PV park.
First phase of Cupertino's 6 MW multi-site project is complete.
Photovoltaic project developers Gehrlicher Solar and Martifer Solar have both signaled their continued expansion into Latin America today, with increased activity in Mexico. Gehrlicher has announced that it is opening an office...
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