Beginning in April, a new BayWa company will handle all of its PV-related products while group subsidiaries Creotecc GmbH and Solarmarkt Deutschland will cease trading.
Strategy sign of wider reflection of the U.K. solar market's diversification as it looks to maintain growth in a post-ROC landscape.
The German inverter supplier has 840 MW of operational management contracts in North America alone, plans to further expand services in key markets.
Retaining projects rather than selling them resulted in continued operating losses for the leading U.S. solar company while lower selling prices led to a fall in revenue in its semiconductor materials business.
The Israeli-headquartered power optimizer specialist filed an S-1 form with the SEC yesterday. Company's recent growth underpinned by strong U.S. consumer base.
The non-profit healthcare provider makes pledge to purchase 70 MW of PV from NRG Renew, signs PPAs with NextEra Energy to lower its greenhouse gas emissions nationwide by 30%.
Commitments by the IFC, USAID, OPIC, Sunfunder, SNV and Off Grid Electric are expected to put Tanzania at the forefront of the U.S. Power Africa program.
The expansion of solar and wind power across the European Union brings cheer, doubts raised over biofuels and biomass.
San Diego Gas & Electric will use the monies awarded by the California Energy Commission to expand the Borrego Springs microgrid to enable it to operate entirely on renewable energy.
The utility has issued a request for proposals for new solar energy capacity in the state as it looks to add to its growing PV portfolio.
The U.S. microinverter company generated $105.2 million in revenue in the final quarter of last year, with shipments increasing by 67%.
Freedom of information request reveals government's own environmental department has no evidence that solar farms have a serious impact on agricultural output.
The solar carport will be the largest privately held, non-utility owned solar energy array in the state.
The German engineering and construction giant is dissolving its semiconductor and photovoltaic plant construction division in Germany but will continue operations in other regions. Some 215 employees are affected by the move.
The European independent renewable energy developer will partner with private equity firm Actis to develop the platform, which will target the construction of up to 900 MW of RE projects.
Deal sees the Ontario-headquartered solar company snap up six utility scale PV projects as the firm seeks larger portfolio in the U.K.'s growing market.
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