The advanced energy storage system will optimize renewable energy generation at its water management facilities, providing "an added layer of protection" against power outages and make it easier to share renewable resources.
Ecosolar's project is being built by British company Solarcentury. IIC provided a loan of $11.9m for the project.
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The Italian renewable energy developer achieved revenues of $3.3bn in 2014 following strong performance in U.S. and Latin America.
Partnership with European municipal utility network Trianel GmbH allows Conergy to offer leased solar systems to six million homes in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
The Innovative Business Models and Financing Mechanisms for PV Deployment in Emerging Regions assesses the pros and cons of six different types of funding methods.
The new record for cadmium-telluride cell conversion efficiency certified at the Newport Corporation's Technology and Applications Center lab boosts First Solar's research roadmap.
Merger announced in December finalized today as Hanwha SolarOne completes 100% purchase of outstanding share capital of Hanwha Q Cells.
Proposal includes development of multiple large-scale PV plants across the state of Virginia, each to be operational by 2020.
The $173 million North Carolina installation will become the largest US solar park east of the Rockies once complete.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has determined a reasonable indication that the dumping and subsidizing of solar PV panels from China threatens to cause injury to the Canadian industry.
Chinese thin-film company announces details of ambitious global product innovation competition designed to take solar power into previously unexplored realms.
Preliminary financial assessment for fiscal year 2014 reveals impressive turnaround in fortunes for the Chinese clean energy company after difficult 2013.
Loan talks still at an early stage with figure of $500 million apparently discussed.
Tanzania-based company receives money from International Financing Corporation and Cordiant Capital.
Despite oil's price slump having no direct impact on solar, a second-order effect could lead to greater stimulus to the U.S. renewable sector, report finds.
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