Properly recovered materials from recycled solar PV panels could boast a value of $15 billion by 2050, or enough of an influx of material to produce two billion new panels, suggests a new report.
The central inverters have successfully fed power to Israel's power distribution network, delivering approximately 26-28 MWh of clean energy a year.
The Baden-Württemberg Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) has announced the production of a world record efficiency 20.8% CIGS cell. Equipment supplier Manz has secured exclusive rights to the technology in its...
The new $185 million PV installation will be the first of its kind in the southern African nation, generating clean power at $0.12 per kWh.
The solar manufacturer has supplied its CIS solar panels for 18 separate installations across Japan, with Chiyoda Corporation performing EPC services.
The 13 MW PV plant is the first of its kind in the UAE, as the Emirate pledges to reach 1 GW of solar capacity by 2030.
The Chinese solar company will supply 1.78 MW of modules for the project, which is owned by one of the world's largest producers of crude oil.
Chinese manufacturer Canadian Solar will supply 445,000 modules and EPC services for the Grand Renewable Solar project. The deal will be worth $301 million to the company.
The country's Ministry of Energy to instigate PV push aimed at exploiting Qatar’s immense solar energy potential.
The city's first community-based solar project – created in collaboration with SolarShare and Bullfrog Power – has begun generation renewable solar energy.
Intense price pressure and a rapid decrease in solar inverter shipments has pushed domestic suppliers to the brink, according to analysts.
The combined capacity of 60 MW will be spread over several ground-mounted solar power plants in the U.S. state and Puerto Rico.
Suncore Photovoltaic Technology Company Limited, a Chinese-US joint venture that specialises in CPV has acquired Israel-based ZenithSolar, which filed for bankruptcy in June.
Swansea University, with the financial backing of the Welsh government, has launched the Ser Solar Initiative at Baglan Energy Park, which will be chaired by Professor James Durrant.
A draft proposal to introduce a change to the payment of the Viability Gap Funding (VGF) assistance announced earlier this month has now been approved.
The 100 MW Grand Renewable Solar Project in Ontario is being developed by Samsung Renewable Energy and is expected to be operational by 2015.
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