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Younicos to add 150 jobs in Germany, US

Younicos has announced it will double its workforce by 2017, adding new jobs in both Germany and the U.S., in response to the expected "exponential" growth in the energy storage market. Overall, the battery specialist has a 4 GW...


Trina Solar refutes reports of Malaysian fab rejection

Trina Solar production.

Reports in the Malaysian and U.K. press that Trina Solar has had an application for a Malaysian solar facility in the country rejected have been refuted today by the company, which claims it has made no such application.


JinkoSolar launches O2O e-commerce platform

JinkoSolar wants to help the distributed PV market

JinkoSolar has launched its O2O e-commerce platform, Jinkoyun, to help solar customers build small-sized PV systems in China. The plan is to roll the concept out to other main solar markets by 2020, thus serving the global...


India: Adani Group signs 648 MW solar MoU in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu landscape.

The India-headquartered conglomerate signs memorandum of understanding to create five solar PV power plants in Tamil Nadu's Ramanathapuram district for around $715 million.


Hareon Solar signs 72 MW PV project deal in India

Andhra Pradesh.

The Chinese solar company embarks on first solar project in India, entering into agreement with ReNew Power to develop a 72 MW solar farm in Andhra Pradesh.


France storage project highlights cost journey facing batteries in Europe

The energy storage installation at the Nice Grid pilot project comprises two Saft Intensium Max lithium-ion batteries.

Nice Grid pilot storage project by EDF's power grid unit ERDF reveals that the economic model of storage technology is not yet viable across most of Europe's main grids.


Canada issues ruling on anti-dumping case, final duties set

Solar PV plant in Canada.

Following an investigation into Chinese companies importing solar PV products into Canada, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has ruled that dumping and subsidizing has taken place and, while this has not caused...


From the Mag: A selection of stories from the July issue

Younicos' 1 MW NAS battery system.

pv magazine's July edition includes a thorough examination of the utility-scale solar sector in the U.S., tracks the globalization of the tracker industry and explores the storage markets and policies that are driving the battery...


pv magazine weekly news digest

Shipping containers.

In a 100% renewable US we'll all be running our houses with solar power and relaxing in front of the box to watch Formula E. But we won't be using AE inverters...


Spain's solar tax 'almost complete'

Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy.

Minister says twin tax on self-consumption is almost ready. With elections looming, the Spanish government is in a race against time to enact the legislation.


Chinese wind company looks at solar

Wind turbines.

Xinjiang Goldwind examines co-location opportunities in Australia. Move comes after revised RET removes uncertainty for clean power developers.


UK: solar could provide record 15% of power during heatwave

Rooftop solar installation, U.K.

The U.K.'s solar sector is set for its best day yet on Friday as sunny weather across the country provides ideal conditions for PV to generate 15% of the country’s power.


Goin' underground - Delhi Metro to go solar?

Delhi Metro.

Underground system wants to buy solar power for $0.11/kWh. Plans will take shape by tomorrow.


Solar Impulse breaks non-stop solo flight record, inches closer to Hawaii

Si2 in flight.

The solar-powered aircraft is close to completing the most arduous leg of its round-the-world flight as pilot Andre Borschberg breaks solo flight record as he steers the craft closer to Hawaii.


Global installed PV capacity to reach 200 GW soon, says German solar association

A cumulative solar PV capacity of 200 GW will soon be reached, says BSW-Solar, indicating up to 22 GW have been added in 1H 2015. Like other recent estimates, the German solar association predicts 50 GW of new capacity additions...


Japanese golf course to become 23 MW solar array

The disused golf course in Kyoto Prefecture is to be the location of Kyocera's 23 MW solar farm.

Japanese electronics company Kyocera enters joint venture to construct solar plant on abandoned golf course in Japan's Kyoto Prefecture.


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