The global investment firm renames Gestamp Solar as X-Elio and pledges to steer half a billion dollars into the acquired company to aid expansion efforts across various solar markets.
Oil-rich nation aiming for 10% renewables by 2030 is mulling a plan to peg the subsidies it provides for clean energy to the U.S. dollar in an effort to tempt foreign investors.
On January 29, SMA published its outlook for 2016, both in terms of financial goals and upcoming product innovations. Industry expert and Smart Solar Consulting CEO, Götz Fischbeck has crunched the numbers and examined how the...
The Indian Government has proposed a compromise to end the dispute with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over its domestic content requirement (DCR) for solar modules. A final ruling from the WTO was expected on Friday, however...
2015 saw declining solar PV activity in Germany once again, with under 1.5 GW installed throughout the year. In December, the Federal Network Agency registered just under 145 MW of new capacity. Meanwhile, four ground-mounted...
The European Commission has officially confirmed Trina Solar’s exit from the Minimum Import Price (MIP), announced in December. This now brings to seven, the total number of Chinese companies that have withdrawn from the...
Company will use diamond wire cutting technology at the new fab.
The Chinese solar company has received a financing package of $70 million to support its expansion plans in Vietnam, the company has confirmed.
The PV manufacturer has seen a sharp increase in sales of its self-branded solar cells and modules. The company's business in China accounted for 52% of its total revenue.
The German inverter maker is banking on booming business from the digitization of the energy sector and predicts up to a fourfold increase in operating profit in 2016. The company is presenting the upbeat outlook to analysts and...
Equipment manufacturer says leading Asian manufacturer of monocrystalline solar wafers places order for diamond wire cutting technology; second order for Meyer Burger's PERC technology received from cell manufacturer in Asia.
The Chinese module manufacturer has supplied Toyo Engineering Corporation with 57.1 MW of modules for installation at the new Furukawa Mega Solar Project in Osaki City.
Addition of storage to the solar landscape seen as key to overcoming intermittency limitations and supporting continued price reductions of PV, report finds. DG market could reach 25 GW by 2026.
The company's PV modules are slated for use in the solar joint venture established China by Zhonghuan, Apple and SunPower.
The Indian conglomerate and European research organization have teamed up to examine opportunities for solar energy in the country's airports, which have an estimated solar potential of more than 500 MW.
The PV module technologies provider will participate in the U.S. government program, which evaluates innovative sustainable building technologies.
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