Second tier solar markets took center stage this week, with India, Australia, Malaysia and Brazil each turning heads with their PV development plans and announcements, as leading markets wobbled.
China’s Suntech has signed a deal to sign a 63 MW in projects in Thailand. Gunkul Engineering is developing the projects to be grid connected by the end of the year.
Sunstation system designed to appeal to aesthetic sensibilities of British homeowners as U.K. residential rooftop market prepares for further growth.
Data from the Energy Information Administration reveals highest levels of renewable energy use in the U.S. since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Following successful consulting engagements in Europe, Younicos will offer suite of storage-related technical consulting services to North American customers.
Newly created funding pot aimed at regional banks and other smaller corporations interested in offering solar finance packages to residential customers.
Renewable energy developer signs agreements with five municipal entities for the plants, which will add a combined total of 14 MW of PV to Long Island.
Australian-made technology that will allow householders to remotely monitor and control their electricity usage, and utilities to coordinate demand management programs, is being trialed in the city of Perth and regional...
The Chinese vertically integrated solar developer enjoys huge rise in downstream revenue, shipments up 35.8% year-over-year although gross margin contracts slightly.
Spanish lender partners with two of Canada's largest pension funds to launch London-headquartered Cubico Sustainable Investment, a joint fund for renewable energy projects.
The Spanish renewable developer has been given the green light to proceed with the Atacama 2 project, which is a combined PV/CSP development in the Atacama desert.
The 5 MW facility in Reedy Creek, Florida, will be arranged in the shape of a Disney-inspired design, the utility has confirmed.
Venture between Renova and OAO Rusnano to develop Russia's solar footprint being driven by oil billionaire Viktor Vekselberg.
Report by Australian think-tank the Grattan Institute attacking the country's "expensive" solar subsidies dismissed as blinkered by pro-solar advocates.
Council of the Scottish capital outlines aim to create the U.K.'s largest community-owned urban renewable energy project, aimed at reducing carbon emissions by 855 tonnes a year.
Figures from the EIA reveal that solar will grow by more than 30% over the next year, posting growth patterns not seen in U.S. since the shale boom.
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