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Invenergy's storage project shortlisted for Innovation Award

Chicago-based Invenergy's Grand Ridge energy storage project has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2015 Innovation Award. The lithium storage project has been operational since May this year.

Approvals for Greek PV systems stopped, drastic cuts introduced

Greece solar photovoltaic installation

The Greek government has said it is seeking to restore liquidity to the electricity market through the introduction of new measures. A part of this change will see photovoltaic funding drastically cut and approvals for PV systems...

Japan: Orix to install 200 MW of solar

Japan flag

According to reports, Japan-based Orix Corp. will invest a total of 54 billion yen, or US$680 million in the installation of 200 MW of solar projects.

Isofotón signs PPA for 50 MW PV plant in Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic 18k W solar photovoltaic system Commision Nacional de Energia Santo Domingo

Following the signing of a PPA between Spain-based Isofotón and the Dominican Republic government, work can finally proceed on the company's 50 MW photovoltaic plant.

Grid Alternatives secures $2 million for Colorado expansion

Grid Alternatives solar photovoltaic installation rooftop

U.S.-based non-profit solar company, Grid Alternatives has secured US$2 million from Wells Fargo for its expansion into Colorado.

BIPV to add 4.6 GW of new capacity by 2017

Pythagoras Solar Willis Building BIPV

Between 2011 and 2017, the building integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) market is forecast to add 4.6 GW of new capacity, thus making it one of the fastest growing solar industry segments.

PV to lead rapid increase in decentralized power generation over next 5 years

Rooftop solar photovoltaics

Quickly becoming the new industry buzzword, distributed power generation, led by photovoltaics, is set to "rapidly" expand over the next five years to reach an annual installation rate of 63.5 GW by 2017.

China: Utility-dominant PV landscape changing

Active PV projects in China by market sub-segment graph

According to the latest research, the Chinese photovoltaics industry is shifting to a more decentralized model, following a "sharp" increase in non-residential building-mount applications, and a rise in non-utility commercial...

Hanwha SolarOne unveils 1 GW North American PV pipeline

Hanwha SolarOne photovoltaic solar facotry

Korea’s Hanwha SolarOne Co. Ltd is continuing with its downstream expansion strategy. Amid rumors the Hanwha Group is gearing up to take over Germany-based Q.Cells, the company has launched Hanwha SolarEnergy America (HSEA) in...

US to fast track 1.5 GW of solar projects

President Barack Obama, White House

Under President Obama’s "We can’t wait initiative", the federal permit and review processes are to be accelerated for seven solar and wind projects. Of these, five comprise solar projects worth a total of 1,550 MW.

Solar ITCs deliver positive IRRs to US government

SolarCity solar photovoltaic installation.

A new analysis of the U.S. Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC) claims that both residential and commercial photovoltaic projects supported by the ITC can deliver a nominal 10 percent internal rate of return (IRR) to the...

MOU signed to develop renewable energy on withdrawn US public lands

Ken Salazar

The U.S. Department of the Interior and Department of Defense (DoD) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to develop renewable energy, including solar, on public lands withdrawn for defense-related purposes.

Greece sets new monthly PV record in June

Greece 1.1 MW solar photovoltaic park

Ninety seven MW worth of photovoltaics were installed in Greece in June, thus setting a new monthly record for 2012. To date, the country has installed 724 MW.

China: GCL-Poly to develop 973 MW of PV

GCL-Poly polysilicon production facilities, China

GCL-Poly Investment Limited has signed a letter of intent with China Merchants New Energy Limited and China Technology Development Group Corporation to develop 973 MW of photovoltaics in China between 2013 and 2015.

ReneSola signs 8 MW Australian supply deal

ReneSola modules.

Chinese manufacturer ReneSola announced today that it has signed an eight MW supply agreement with one of Australia’s largest solar specialist companies, True Value Solar.

Tokelau: World’s first 100 percent PV territory

Workers for the South Pacific working on ground mounts for a PV system.

The South Pacific territory of Tokelau is set to become the first territory to have its electricity provided entirely by photovoltaics. The archipelago is a dependent territory of New Zealand.

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