According to Bloomberg New Energy Finance, used electric vehicle batteries will amount to 29 GWh by 2025, with around one-third of that total viable for second life use as low-cost, stationary storage.
China's Yingli Green Energy likely surpassed its guidance for PV module shipments in the second quarter, but expects to post a slightly lower gross margin than in the preceding three-month period.
The Russian solar group has been granted to right to build six solar power plants, each with a 15 MW capacity, in Russia's southern Astrakhan Region, according to a statement from the regional government.
The state authorities in South Australia have given the Irish developer the green light to move forward with the A$680M ($517.7m) project, which will be built in Port Augusta.
French energy minister Ségolène Royal has inaugurated a manufacturing plant that will produce the so-called "Wattway" paving, made of solar PV. One of its pilot projects will be a 1 kilometer solar road, built in the same region...
Researchers at Aalborg University are working on a new approach at capturing a broader spectrum of sunlight using new, high-temperature materials that can withstand 800 degrees Celsius and convert sunlight into electricity.
Analysts expect installations in China, U.K. and Japan to slow over the second half of the year, but U.S. project spillover and India's large pipeline will hold course despite global slowdown forecast for 2017.
The Chinese solar power firm has signed long-term power purchase agreements with Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission for three solar projects awarded in April's inaugural power auction.
University of West of England to install largest single rooftop PV array in UK higher education sector
The university in Bristol has announced plans for a 450 kW solar installation atop its Enterprise Zone and Robotics Laboratory. Once complete the array will be the largest on any university in Britain.
The project is located in the municipality of Usagre, in the southwest of Spain.
Russia’s largest integrated solar company, Hevel LLC, has begun construction on a 15 MW solar PV plant in Russia’s Saratov Region, as the company continues to expand both its project pipeline and its manufacturing capability.
The 11.94 MW solar farm has been developed by Lightsource Renewable Energy and is the first such installation to be completed under the CfD scheme.
The Spanish company was awarded the project by the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority for a 37.6 MW plant in Arizona, which will be the company’s second utility-scale solar plant in the United States.
The installation is the biggest PV plant in Nagasaki Prefecture, and one of the largest to utilize Solar Frontier's anti-reflective CIS solar panels.
Turkey’s largest city, with a population about 14 million people, could face an acute electricity shortage, confirms the Turkish energy minister. However, paradoxically, Turkey’s energy ministry has not made plans for a solar...
A new report from GTM Research forecasts that the energy storage market in Germany will have an annual value exceeding USD1 billion by 2021, as a collection of factors feed the market’s growth within the country.
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