The U.S. solar industry organization says that if passed, the trade deal will generally be positive for solar. SEIA's position is at odds with that of many environmental groups.
Japan and the United States will be the main drivers for PV inverter suppliers in 2015 and 2016, according to a new report by IHS. Price drops resulting from growing competition will result in global revenue growth in 2016 of...
China's National Energy Administration (NEA) has released 2014 solar figures. The report shows installed capacity approached 30 GW, while manufacturers are reporting greatly increased utilization rates.
RE-Invest: Speaking at India's first renewable energy conference, First Solar CEO Jim Hughes warned that India could have difficulty achieving its ambitious solar energy goals if it did not make more land available for plants and...
Romania added 363 MW of solar PV in 2014. While the figure is considerably smaller than in 2013, it still proves that Romania has emerged as a one of Europe's significant markets for photovoltaic investors.
The acquisition, which includes more than 300 MW of contracted solar projects, will result in the formation of Coronal Development Services.
Xyence, the leaseholder and a specialist in wood preservation technology, will use its knowhow for the plant's unique wooden mountings.
Results of joint study with NREL and Hawaiian Electric will see Hawaiian utility more than double grid's daytime minimum load to 250% thanks to role of inverters.
The 1.25 MW installation in the Punjab province connects to the grid and becomes the largest single utility-scale installation in the country.
Census reveals benefits the solar PV industry brings to the U.S. economy, earning praise from the SEIA for revealing encouraging trends.
Purpose of market overview is to help streamline the PV interconnection process in order to ultimately benefit utilities and solar consumers across the country.
Analysts at Frost & Sullivan have added their voices to the chorus confirming that falling oil prices will have little impact on solar investment. In its Annual Global Power and Energy Outlook, Frost & Sullivan forecasts...
Overhang of excess capacity harms Applied Materials' sales, but company expects rise in next quarter.
German inverter specialist downsizes as part of company's ongoing transformation, new chairman of supervisory board appointed.
The Norwegian solar operator increased its revenues, net profit and power production in the final quarter of 2014.
Proposals intended to increase its customers' access to renewable energy, and could add 110 MW of PV to South Carolina portfolio by 2021 if approved.
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