The country’s Department of Energy (DoE) may start imposing limits on the amount of renewables such as solar and wind that can be installed in parts of the country where the grid is most congested, according to a local report.
Japanese thin film producer and system integrator Solar Frontier has signed an agreement to construct a 13 MW power plant in Japan's Tohoku region. The site will be adjacent to a UNESCO world heritage site.
French battery maker Saft has secured a 'multi million dollar' battery supply deal in Hawaii. The energy storage system will be used as part of the 12 MW solar park being built at Anahola.
The Thread Group has launched an open platform that permits appliances to 'talk' and be controlled by a mobile device. Home heating and lighting systems will be a big part of the internet of things.
The move follows Sharp's withdrawal last week from a purchase agreemenet with the joint venture as well as its exit from Enel Green Power & Sharp Solar Energy (ESSE).
The solar developer will supply more than 450,000 modules for the project, as well as providing engineering, procurement and construction services.
Employing the company's hybrid SolarMills, the 80 kW installation will generate more than 106,000 kilowatt hours a year for leading Kingston law firm Myers, Fletcher & Gordon.
The updated list of Chinese companies that meet the entrance requirements for the PV industry has now risen to 161 in total.
A week ago today, the 7th annual Intersolar North America trade show and conference closed its doors. Around 17,000 people attended the three-day event with key trends towards storage technology, tracking and BoS innovations...
The solar manufacturer will partner with Bajaj Finance to offer interest-free financing for solar installations costing less than $4,000.
The Energy Information Administration's generation projections through to 2040 expect solar power to account for nearly half of new renewable energy capacity.
A study by GlobalData Analyst predicts global installed distributed power capacity to reach 389 GW by 2019, with solar PV driving that growth.
As China's solar inverter market expanded to nearly $800 million in 2013, demand has been driven by domestic suppliers, according to IHS.
Officials in the Indian city are considering adopting the successful rent-a-roof solar scheme launched by current PM Narendra Modi in Gujarat in 2011.
The deputy chief minister laid the foundation stones for the project, which is moving forward despite the overall slowness in the Indian market.
Nawaz Sharif's government is considering three more feasibility studies after 24 letters of intent for solar schemes were issued. Sharif's rural electrification program is continuing apace.
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