Landmark represents widening of Japanese company's international footprint, more than 20 million Solar Frontier CIS modules now installed around the world.
Power purchase agreement with Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limitied will provide 180 MW of large-scale solar PV power for the city of New Delhi.
The member of the World Bank Group has signed an MoU with Industrial Development Corporation Zambia to develop the country's first utility-scale solar PV projects.
Data from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission shows new renewable capacity added so far this year is 900 times that of coal, figures do not account for distributed solar PV.
U.K.'s leading solar voices say decision to scrap subsidies for small-scale solar is a blow to investor confidence, STA calls for bridging strategy to help solar reach grid parity.
A newly released Deutsche Bank markets research report has adjusted its solar power forecast prognosis for India to 34 GW by 2020, an increase of about 240% from its previous estimation of 14 GW. India has a pivotal part to play...
The Department for Energy and Climate Change confirms Renewable Obligation scheme for sub-5 MW solar farms to be scrapped from April 1, 2016. Pre-accreditation from FIT to be removed for installations larger than 50 kW.
Chinese solar company chosen as EPC developer for solar power plant to be located in Datong City, to form part of China's National Advanced PV Technology Demonstration Center.
Following last month's slashing of subsidies for onshore wind, industry insiders fear solar PV could be next in line as the Conservative government eyes a big reset of green subsidies.
The global investor to acquire 80% of Gestamp Solar from parent company Gestamp Renewables.
$2.2 billion acquisition of Vivint Solar raises stakes for U.S. residential solar sector, with industry analysts and players confident the move will prove widely beneficial.
Development planned for Telangana region and marks Hanwha Q Cells' first investment in large-scale solar projects in India's growing market.
Complex Chinese company issues a typically opaque stock market update. Supply deal to supply itself with its own panels has been torn up.
Indian manufacturer Rolta Power and Chinese counterpart Zhenfa want two per cent of India's 100 GW, five-year market. The two companies have reportedly signed an MoU.
Power and steam from new plant will be used in manufacture of polysilicon. GCL Poly says today's opening will drive down price further.
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