US company SunPower achieved an efficiency of 24.1% for a module using silicon cells, which is just the latest in a number of efficiency records for solar technology, showing that the modules are moving in the right direction.
First Solar, Enel, and Neoen won tenders to develop large-scale solar PV plants in Zambia under the World Bank’s "Scaling Solar" program, with electricity to be sold for as little as 6.02 cents per KWh.
The German company, who has expanded its business outlook to emerging PV markets, is expanding its position within Turkey, by performing the EPC role on the large-scale projects.
Chinese module manufacturer increases revenue, module shipments and gross margin in first quarter of 2016 following concerted effort to supply higher cost markets.
The installation target, released late in the year, limits PV installations to 18.1 GW, however, there are various PV projects that are not included in the target, which could see total installations reach 20 GW and beyond.
As excitement builds around the potential PV market in Iran, German consultancy company Planet in Green agreed a 20 year power purchase agreement for a large-scale PV plant near to Tehran.
A new report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance on the future of energy not only points to solar as the technology that will have the most invested in it, but that costs will fall dramatically over the next 25 years, making it the...
The five parties, including the coalition government, have agreed on a policy framework for long term future of the country's power generation, which includes the ambitious target of being 100% renewable by 2040.
The huge plant – the largest of its kind in the world – was connected by ABB, after the Swiss company was awarded the project by Adani Group, who is currently making a number of moves in the thriving Indian PV market.
This is now the fifth solar donation that SolarWorld has made to a hospital in Haiti, with the aim of reducing the hospitals’ energy reliance on expensive and unreliable diesel generators.
It is the largest self-consumption system ever installed by the German-company, to add to the growing network of large-scale rooftop PV systems in Holland.
Deutsche Bank released some market analysis, addressing the concerns of North American solar investors, who fear a potential PV oversupply is on the horizon, changes to net metering policies, and rising Chinese competition.
With production starting at the Tom Burke PV power plant, the Italian company now has nearly 160 MW of installed capacity in South Africa, as Enel’s groundbreaking year continues.
The Indian solar developer plans to build three large-scale PV plants in the Indian states of Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Rajasthan, company confirms.
UK: despite record growth, 'sudden and severe' policy changes harming renewable sector, report finds
The Renewable Energy Association's report on the state of the British clean energy landscape warns that strong growth in recent years is threatened by repeated policy interventions by government.
With the U.K. set to go to the polls on June 23rd to vote on an In/Out referendum on the country's EU membership, pv magazine caught up with James Watson, a Brit and the CEO of SolarPower Europe, to canvass his opinion on the...
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