The Chinese inverter specialist supplied its SG3000HV-MV inverters for the solar plant in Datong, Shangxi province. Installation becomes China’s largest 1500 volt array.
The race for solar panel efficiency heats up, SunEdison goes for a more streamlined model, Europe wants to nip the MIP in the bud, and Germany lends a helping hand to India.
As international university teams compete on innovative solar home designs, the U.S. Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory, which has been instrumental in organizing the popular challenge, is facing increasing...
The conference will seek to match renewable energy project developers with global investors and examine innovative solar financing programs and off-grid solutions.
The country's National Energy Administration is requiring new projects to be completed by the end of 2015 and connected to the grid by the end of June next year, a move that has led to increased installations for the year.
Leaders in the Indian state have reiterated their commitment to solar photovoltaic power as they inaugurate the region's largest green energy project.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance reports a 1% year-over-year fall in global solar investment to $43.9 billion, but notes distortion by currency effects.
Solar panel insulation company Mark Group calls in administrators as 939 staff made redundant following decision by SunEdison to offload the subsidiary as it exits U.K. market; company directly blames FIT cuts.
German equipment manufacturer's optical disc segment failing to meet expected demand, forcing an overall revision downwards of revenue for the year despite sales in solar segment expected to double.
IRENA has released a new report outlining measures for the development of national roadmaps to assist in the transition to renewables in a country’s power grid. Policy makers will need play a central role in successfully...
Pangaea Ventures invests in the Oregon-based developer's All-Iron Redox Flow Battery as part of a wider $4.5 million round of fundraising the company has secured to aid production ramp up.
The Oslo-based PV manufacturer company says that REC solar panels are tough and reliable enough to withstand the heat and sandstorms that exist in Dubai.
Citing “market dislocation”, SunEdison has announced short-term changes to its operating plan. This includes a plan to hold more projects in warehouses instead of moving them into the company's two yieldcos.
Australian Anti-Dumping Commission recommended the investigation be terminated in April having found only negligible injury or hindrance caused to the Australian PV industry.
The solar and wind operator will invest proceeds, which could reach $134 million if an over-allotment option is exercised, in further growth.
Canadian solar developer announces another large-scale solar agreement, this time with Panama President Juan Carlos Varela, to develop 500 MW of solar power over the next five years.
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