Nextracker and PES Engineers have announced their partnership deal entailing a 400 MW multi-year supply agreement for the Indian market.
On the back of the new feed-in tariffs in Japan, which came into effect Sunday, July 1, Germany’s Deutsche Bank says that while it expects to see an increase in installed photovoltaic capacity, and thus falling costs,...
According to reports, the Bulgarian energy regulator has cut subsidies for photovoltaics by around 50 percent amid fears of escalating electricity prices.
On July 1 Australia’s new tax on carbon emissions came into effect, in the face of major opposition from conservative parties and public opposition. At the same time the new conservative Liberal-National Government in the state...
Through a strategic alliance, formed in 2010, Turner Renewable Energy and Southern Company have acquired a 20 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic power plant in Nevada. The plant was built by SunEdison and will be completed during the...
Emerson has been selected to supply its inverters to two of China-based GCL-Poly’s photovoltaic projects, located in California, the U.S.
Having overcome two major hurdles, the first modules have finally been installed at the 230 MW Antelope Valley Solar Ranch One (AVSR1) plant, located in Los Angeles County. The whole project is scheduled for completion in 2013.
The Bundestag has accepted the new EEG (renewable energy law), just hours after Germany’s mediation committee reached a compromise on photovoltaic subsidies. Only the Left abstained, as all other parties voted in favor of it.
Germany’s federal and state governments have agreed to a phasing out of funding and cuts in the country’s photovoltaic feed-in tariffs. It is expected that the Bundestag and Bundesrat will discuss and make a decision on the...
While recent price reductions in crystalline-silicon (c-Si) photovoltaics has seen pressure mount on alternative technologies, a new Lux Research report forecasts rapid growth in high-concentrating photovoltaics (HCPV). As such,...
According to reports, an agreement on Germany’s photovoltaic subsidies could be reached before the summer break. A decision was said to have been made at a meeting between new Environment Minister, Altmaier, and opposition and...
MPX and E.ON have begun working on the expansion of their one MW Brazilian photovoltaic plant. Construction is scheduled to begin in the second half of the year.
Cupertino Electric, Inc’s Energy Alternatives Division has completed a 20 MW photovoltaic project under the Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s (PG&E) 500 MW Solar PV Program.
The vast 230-megawatt (MW) Antelope Valley Solar Ranch One project, supplied and installed by First Solar, is back on track, after an agreement was reached between the company and LA County, on the installation of its modules....
SunPower has supplied modules and a tracker system to a Campbell Soup Company site in Ohio. The ground-mounted system, called the SunPower Oasis, will supply 15 percent of the Campbell facility’s power.
According to media reports, Toshiba Corp. is planning to install 100 MW worth of solar in Japan’s in Minami Soma.
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