The Arizona solar company improved its annual earnings, although delayed projects and a write-off on its idle Vietnam fab dampened full-year and fourth-quarter results.
South Korea and Honduras are partnering on a wide range of areas, including renewable energy. The Asian powerhouse is providing nearly $50 million for solar projects in the country.
Phoenix Solar has begun its second project for Saudi Arabian energy group Saudi Aramco, a 1.8 MWp plant in Riyadh. The Gulf region has become a key market for the recently restructured German company.
Mecasolar achieved a record 400 MW in tracker sales in the first half of the year, and while Europe remains its biggest market, the company will soon generate most of its business in other territories.
Part of Europe's PV industry is increasing the pressure on the European Commission's punitive import duties against Chinese solar products. The CEO of German module manufacturer Solar-Fabrik is demanding the end of the...
Chile's scenic northern region continues to attract ambitious photovoltaic projects. First Solar is planning a 162 MW, $370 million plant in Copiapó, while SunEdison is looking to build a 92 MW, $241 million solar park in...
Renesola saw shipping levels during the second quarter surpass initial predictions. The revision means more optimistic full-year figures for the Chinese manufacturer.
PV installations in Greece dropped significantly between April and June compared to the first quarter of 2013, when the country saw a considerable uptake in new solar PV capacity. At the same time, the country's RES fund...
The country's new scheme will guarantee only a 'reasonable profitability' for renewable energy plants and that figure will be based on what the government says developers should have paid rather than their actual level of...
The U.K.'s renewable heat incentive will rebalance a regime previously skewed towards PV, says the country's trade body, adding that leveling the playing field will enable people to make the right choice and incentivize mixed...
The European Commission appears to be sharpening its focus on Germany's Renewable Energy Act due to possible violations of European Union competition regulations. Energy-intensive German companies that have profited from...
There was a subdued feeling to the halls on the final day of the trade show but plenty of energy from innovative start-ups and even time for PV types to rock out.
Spanish government announces its fifth cut to FIT payments but sugars the pill by guaranteeing renewables investors will be assured 'reasonable profitability' of 7.5% on schemes.
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