The TÜV Rheinland's new upgraded test certification is recommended by the California Energy Commission and may become a requirement in the state. Q+ certification uses more stringent criteria than IEC 61215, the current industry...
As the global solar market players are about to gather at the SNEC tradeshow in Shanghai, pv magazine, as usual, gathers the industry's top news, latest trends and most accurate prognoses in its new May issue.
pv magazine has learned that the Middle East and Northern Africa region is going to acquire its first net metering system with a transfer ownership. Not surprisingly, this development is taking place in Jordan.
Country's commerce and industry minister Nirmala Sitharaman confirms that the government will press ahead with plans to file 16 cases against the U.S. for violating World Trade Organization treaties on clean energy.
Canadian SkyPower and Chinese BYD will submit a joined bid in the upcoming 750 MW solar+storage tender in India.
Solar industry legend Jigar Shah says the Department of Energy’s EIA is misinforming global decision makers, and that the failure in its estimates is “criminal”.
Italian energy company Eni is planning to build up to 200 MW of PV near its own facilities in Egypt and Pakistan, and turn abandoned industrial areas in Italy into 220 MW of clean energy projects.
Germany-based RENA has recently received two large orders for its manufacturing equipment for PERC solar cells.
Debt worries mount for Chinese solar manufacturer as it misses payments of RMB 1.76 billion due today; issues statement saying it is stepping up ways to generate cash flow.
The STA and PwC launch an online survey to analyze the U.K. solar industry after major changes in the policy framework.
The German inverter supplier maintained a steady lead at the top of the global PV inverter revenue chart, but China's Huawei and Sungrow, as well as Israeli firm SolarEdge, are closing in.
Germany's SolarWorld posts EUR 212.63 revenue for the first quarter of 2016, but losses widen year-over-year to EUR 20.8 million. U.S. demand fuels large shipment increase.
The German inverter specialist sees sales, revenue and cash volumes grow on the back of greater internationalization and a growing presence in commercial PV sectors globally.
The Jamaican Office of Utilities Regulation has selected Eight Rivers Energy Company as the preferred bidder to build, own and operate a 33.1 MW PV plant at Paradise Park, Westmoreland.
The Chinese solar giant saw its operating expenses increase to 54.3% due to severe impairment losses on property, plant and equipment; revenue and module shipments also down Y/Y.
S-Energy will supply over 74 MW of PV modules for two utility-scale projects that are being developed by juwi Inc. in Colorado.
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