New Jersey's largest utility will commence the project as part of its Solar 4 All program.
The European Photovoltaic Industry Association says it supports free trade of all solar products, and urges quick conclusion of WTO solar trade dispute.
Solar households in Austin can sell, but not consume, the PV power they generate while having to buy electricity from the utility. The scheme also increases costs for homeowners, say critics.
The 858 kW installation uses Solarcentury's dual-mode technology and will sit atop a carport at the new Garden City Mall in Nairobi, Kenya.
Belgian PV and battery research group imec called for PV researchers to renew their focus on optimizing PV systems as the first full day of the EU PVSEC conference and trade show drew to a close on Tuesday in Amsterdam.
The Spanish group will use the proceeds to finance existing and future eligible green energy projects.
The credit line is part of an initiative to support midcap companies launched by the European Commission and the European Investment Bank, which describes Manz as "a technology leader well on a par with international competitors."
Government-driven incentives will see Japan add 5.1 GW of PV in the second half of the year, say analysts GlobalData.
The Chinese solar group has agreed to develop the agricultural PV park on 10,000 acres of land provided by the government of Hainan Xinghai County.
Despite a slow first half of the year, Mercom Capital has raised its forecast for global PV installations to 48 GW, as the second year of accelerating market growth.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) will join France and the EU in supporting a PV project in Burkina Faso, as one of the largest in the continent outside of South Africa to receive funding to date.
If John D. Rockefeller were alive today, "as an astute businessman looking out to the future, he would be moving out of fossil fuels and investing in clean, renewable energy," says Stephen Heintz, president of the Rockefeller...
The leading German inverter manufacturere continues to expand its O&M operations in North America as it seeks to take a leading position as a one-stop shop for multi-megawatt PV power plants.
The Swedish furniture retailer is to sell solar panels in eight more countries following a successful pilot scheme in the UK.
As part of the SunEdison Eradication of Darkness (SEED) initiative, the company will provide solar power to nearly 8,000 people and provide grants for farmers to buy solar water pumps.
The company's utility-scale project pipeline in the country currently stands at 405 MW.
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