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Edinburgh unveils ambitious community solar plans

Arthur's Seat and the Edinburgh skyline.

Council of the Scottish capital outlines aim to create the U.K.'s largest community-owned urban renewable energy project, aimed at reducing carbon emissions by 855 tonnes a year.


Fronius launches large-scale string inverter

Fronius inverter.

Austrian inverter specialist introduces its first string inverter developed specifically for the project market, available in 25.0 and 27.0 kVA power categories.


Solar fastest-growing U.S. power source since shale boom

Solar stroud installation, California.

Figures from the EIA reveal that solar will grow by more than 30% over the next year, posting growth patterns not seen in U.S. since the shale boom.


Amazon launches solar power store in India

India flag.

Online marketplace dedicated to enabling India customers to purchase a range of solar PV-related products, including solar panels and lights.


US: DoE announces $32m extra solar funding

Solar installation, U.S.

Money to be steered towards training of U.S. solar support workers, driving down cost of solar and increasing access to solar data.


Kyocera and partners to build 92 MW Japan solar plant

Kagoshima City.

Investment in large-scale PV project to total $284 million, site identified in southwestern prefecture of Kagoshima.


High liability to asset ratios and low inventory turnover signal "solvency concerns" for PV companies

Based on their liability to asset ratios, and low inventory turnovers, Yingli Green Energy and Canadian Solar, among others, are posing "potential solvency concerns," according to a leading solar research analyst. First Solar,...


Israeli solar company looks to Africa, US for opportunities

The Neo'ot Hovav solar project.

Energix CEO tells pv magazine he has ruled out operating in China, India or the UK and is looking to North America and Africa to expand his renewables business.


The pv magazine weekly news digest

Katie Price at a book signing.

Crippling debts and absentee chairmen hogged the headlines coming out of China this week but amid the madness, there was good news out of the US and the Middle East.


Off-grid weekly digest

Off-grid lighting products are on the rise in Pakistan, where the solar industry is beginning to finally gain a foothold.

The most comprehensive weekly off-grid PV report, curated by pv magazine's specialist editor, Pete Carvill.


Hanwha unveils solar-powered island plan

Hanwha SolarOne production facility.

The Korean group announces project that will see the small islet of Jukdo turned into a 100% solar-powered community, replacing the four diesel generators that currently provide power.


UK investors reportedly eye Indonesian solar

The Jakarta skyline.

The body responsible for driving overseas investment in Indonesia says UK companies are ready to plough $4bn into solar and offshore tidal projects but facts are thin on the ground.


United PV considering Yingli debt assistance

Yingli solar production.

Chinese state-owned solar operator tells Bloomberg that it may co-operate with other government-controlled companies to assuage Yingli's current debt burden.


India presses state to raise solar ambition

Maharashtra state.

Maharashtra state should aim for 25 GW of renewables by 2020, says 'Union minister'. Of the current 14.4 GW target in the state, 7 GW is expected to come from solar.


Southern Group buys 103 MW solar project in Georgia, US

Savannah, Georgia.

Utility's subsidiary, Southern Power, has acquired the 103 MW Butler solar facility from Community Energy Inc., adding to its 1.1 GW portfolio of clean energy projects.


Solar is the new world, coal execs told at Paris summit

Coal plant, Germany.

Coal and renewable energy executives at climate conference in Paris clash over future energy mix as value of storage brought to the fore.


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