Global Solar Power Market 2016 report suggests costs of solar to fall dramatically over next five years as Asian market share increases and North America reaches 20 million residential PV prosumers.
PV booklet produced by the U.K.'s BRE National Solar Centre and the Renewable Energy Association sets out pathways for greater uptake of commercial rooftop solar nationwide.
The 10 MW site, to be developed by Sharp, Shigemitsu Shoji, and a local Mongolian partner, will be the country’s first large-scale solar plant and will be partially financed by the Japanese government.
Nigus Greenergy and Volt Renewables have signed a memorandum of understanding for the development of 300 MW of solar PV plants in the African country to be developed and commissioned next year.
Australian infrastructure investor Lyon Group says it plans to build the world's biggest solar plus storage project in South Australia in the next two years, and sees a huge future for combined solar and battery storage plants.
Secretary of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy confirms new generation target of 40,000 MW of solar park capacity likely to be signed off by PM Modi as India seeks buffer to SunEdison-type dangers.
Indian imports of solar PV cells and modules from outside manufacturers multiplied by more than three times from 2014-2015 to 2015-2016, as the solar industry in the country experiences a radical growth, there are even plans for...
Three former bosses of large U.K. energy firms confirmed as private backers of new London-based battery technology provider Moixa Technology.
The German inverter supplier to cut 80 jobs at its Neckarsulm HQ as part of restructuring process, some roles to be transferred to the firm’s U.S. and South Korean operations.
The Californian Independent Solar Operator Corporation unveils data showing the state hit a new record of 8,030 MW of solar generation this week.
The SolarWorld-Hemlock case dominated the news this week, but Intersolar North America, EU investigation into alleged Chinese malpractice and India’s soaring PV ambitions also turned heads.
The Argentine government wants to promote renewable energy in rural areas of the country, and to do so it has launched a tender for about 6,500 off-grid solar systems. German companies are allowed to participate.
The off-grid microgrid has been installed at the Loisaba Conservancy by Aquion Energy and SolarAfrica and will be able to offset the conservancy’s diesel use by 95%, at a time when off-grid solar is making a charge in Africa.
The U.S. residential PV installer will work with the Pacific Gas and Electric Company in San Jose, California, to test the efficacy of coordinated solar smart inverters and storage for enhanced grid stability.
The EA has stated that a decision by a Hawke's Bay utility company to charge residential solar customers an additional fee is not in violation of any power regulations, potentially opening the door for more solar 'taxes' by other...
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