Following the devaluation of the Brazilian real against the U.S. dollar, six companies that won PPAs in 2014 may now be able to cancel the solar development contracts. Small penalties likely to apply.
Plans have been submitted for a 4.9 MW plant near Devizes in the English county of Wiltshire.
U.S. commercial solar industry draws criticism for poor O&M record at the show as discussions center on need for systematic and standardized approach.
The National Solar Energy Federation of India has complained about the quality of domestic-made technology in a letter to the government.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy may introduce a separate scheme for Public Sector Undertakings.
The company’s Power Supply Container generates and stores solar energy, and is ideal for for rural off-grid areas.
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power agrees 25-year PPA for the project, which will be located north of Las Vegas.
The German-headquartered company will finance all 31 MW of PV across 120 locations of local retail giants, Tiendas Soriana.
The Parliament building has announced a tender for a 400 kW rooftop installation that will make it the greenest government HQ in the world.
The array at Brazil's Arena Pernambuco stadium will deliver clean solar energy to one of the forthcoming soccer World Cup's most important venues.
The local government of Wuxi turned to Hanwha SolarOne for a 100 MW, 'long-term' solar rooftop scheme, despite the 4 GW of Wuxi Suntech cell and module capacity on its own doorstep.
The 24 MW solar plant in the Californian Desert is the largest to date to be brought online under the state's Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM) program.
The German solar industry service provider is expanding its services in its domestic market by joining forces with BEC Engineering.
The nation's previous overreliance on residential installations has been corrected as the commercial and utility segments have grown more rapidly during the country's 18-month solar boom.
U.S. solar player First Solar has announced completion of a 1.3 MW solar project in Japan. The Arizone company has full ownership of the Kitakyushu-shi scheme.
The African Renewable Energy Fund closed its first round of capital raising with $100 million in the bank. The fund hopes to double the amount available for 5-50 MW schemes within 12 months.
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