A new report from IRENA has calculated that a 36% renewable energy share in the global energy mix by 2030 would boost GDP by up to US$1.3 trillion. Over 14 million new jobs would also be created, of which solar would account for...
Georgia's Senate votes 51-0 to open up third-party financing for on-site PV at homes and business, sending bill to governor.
LA Times report highlights problems leased solar rooftops can cause when selling a home. Buyers may fear they will fail credit checks to take over the lease.
The world's drivers are plugging in, Norway and Germany are plugging in, Hanergy is certainly not propping up and Australia is bolting together.
The acquisition of Wuxi Suntech's manufacturing facilities transformed Shunfeng into a tier 1 player overnight but the ambitious company was staring down the barrel three months ago.
City authorities closed two plants last week and will bring down the curtain on coal in 2016. The capital is replacing coal with natural gas-fired plants.
Innotech CEO: "We are convinced that leading cell companies will have huge interest in our optimization process."
Global growth took the solar market to 40 GW overall, but Europe supplied just 7 GW of that final figure, with the U.K. the only bright spot.
In a new report, the Egypt Solar Industry Association looks at the current state of the country's ambitious solar development plans, including an overview of government policy, the country's feed-in tariff program and...
Renewable energy generated 19.2% of the U.K.'s electricity in 2014, government figures show, surpassing nuclear generation for the first time ever.
The Laos-based renewable energy developer has secured impact investment to aid the expansion of its off-grid electrification program.
The German PV equipment manufacturer achieved its guidance for 2014 following a strong first half of the year and solid performance in Asian solar markets.
The bankruptcy of U.S. company GT Advanced Technologies left a serious dent in Meyer Burger's bottom line after the Swiss group was left sitting on a number of machine and diamond wire materials orders that it ultimately wrote...
German inverter manufacturer blames poor market and heavy price pressure for losses, guidance for 2015 forecast to be far brighter.
The Golden State is the first U.S. state to tap the sun for 5% of its power, finds government report, as solar hits 1% of nationwide generating capacity.
The Central American nation has not had to use fossil fuel power plants to produce electricity from January through March, due mainly to hydropower.
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