China's National Energy Administration has announced that it will boost its 2015 solar target to 17.8 GW. The NEA has cited the need to, "stabilize and expand the solar application market," as the reason for the move.
By 2018, the world will boast at least nine countries with more than 5 GW PV capacity installed, led by China with more than 100 GW.
The German company will provide complete EPC services for the 6.25 MW solar farm, which is replacing old diesel generators. The project is one of a number of projects in the company's pipeline.
DECC's first round of spending in the Allocation Framework for Contracts for Difference is unlikely to benefit the solar sector, argues the STA and REA.
The Chinese PV company expects the solar farm in Dorset, England, to be fully operational and connected to the national energy grid by end of this year.
Etrion is one of the first foreign independent power producers to secure Japanese domestic financing for utility-scale solar plants. Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank provided is funding the projects.
Leaders in the former Ukranian region of Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in March, are looking to nationalize projects owned by Activ Solar due to outstanding debt to Russian banks.
Bridge to India and Tata Power Solar's joint report suggests that the best-case scenario for India's solar sector could boost PV capacity by more than 140 GW.
The Clean Energy Fund II, overseen by Glennmont Partners, successfully closed after raising EUR 50m more than its target.
The Norwegian solar company will jointly invest in solar power projects to be developed in all countries where Norfund has a mandate for action.
U.S. utility scale developer has offloaded 12 ground-mount, development-stage solar projects via a round of PPAs with local power agencies.
Figures from the Japan Photovoltaic Energy Association show local shipments rose to almost 1.9 GW for first quarter of the financial year.
Former chairman, founder and director hands in resignation ahead of commencement of restructuring proceedings for the troubled Chinese solar company.
The Chinese solar group, which is to rebrand as Shunfeng International Clean Energy, will acquire the German company for $85 million.
A quick look back at the biggest solar news stories that have grabbed our attention over these past seven days.
Company CEO Frank Asbeck confirms August and July to be best months ever for German company’s shipment volumes.
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