China is seeking to increase solar PV capacity for solar installations that employ modules with high-energy-conversion solar cells.
The German solar tech group has said it will publish a product warning in the coming days regarding junction boxes on some of its modules, which may be defect and possibly lead to fire.
The U.K. developer and EPC provider has ordered some 33,000 Trina modules for a 9.9 MW PV farm in the Central American country, marking the first collaboration between the companies as Solarcentury expands into a new market.
The project is the largest PV plant ET Solar has so far built in the Middle East. The Chinese company, which will also handle O&M services for the installation, has become the biggest EPC contractor in Israel for utility-scale...
An end to the political deadlock that has brought the large-scale renewable sector to a virtual standstill in Australia looks likely to be coming to an end. The Labor opposition has announced a willingness to support a reduction...
A new study estimates $1.9 billion in annual savings by 2030 for the United Arab Emirates if the country can achieve a 10% renewable energy mix.
The deal increases Flextronics' manufacturing capacity to more than 1.7 GW. SunEdison will use the modules for residential, utility and commercial projects in the United States.
Three U.S. companies have combined efforts to deliver a microgrid capable of integrating nine different distributed generation (DG) sources to optimize renewable generation and storage utilization and deliver reliable power. S&C...
The two solar PV projects that secured a strike price of 50 pounds per MWh under the first Contracts for Difference tender for 2015/16 will not go ahead, administrators have revealed.
The collaboration between Japan's Gifu University and Germany's ZSW is expected to create better conditions for the "efficient transfer of research results into the marketplace."
Cupertino Electric fits last of more than one million solar modules at the Nevada PV plant, which has been developed by Sempra U.S. Gas & Power and Consolidated Edison Development.
A United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) initiative is helping to bring solar power to electricity starved schools, hospitals and water facilities in Palestine's Gaza Strip.
The residential solar installer will act as recruiting partner on the Solar Ready Vets program, which aims to train 75,000 former U.S. military personnel in the solar industry by 2020.
Tracker specialists finalize commissioning for the Javiera Solar project in Chile using state-of-the-art single axis PV trackers to take advantage of the region's excellent solar insolation.
Leading solar researcher Professor Martin Green says that the solar industry has entered a new phase of manufacturing, in which the focus is firmly on efficiency gains. The University of New South Wales (UNSW) researcher believes...
Over the Easter break U.S. President Barack Obama unveiled a plan to train 75,000 solar workers by 2020. The Solar Ready Vets program was launched at 10 military bases on Friday.
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