Department of Energy pledges $25 million in funding as part of the extended Enabling Extreme Real-Time Grid Integration of Solar Energy program, part of the Grid Modernization Initative.
The Solar Energy Corporation of India plans to increase its downstream portfolio with series of large-scale solar projects across the country; has approached World Bank to provide 50% funding.
Duke Energy has acquired six PV projects with the total capacity of 30 MW in Eastern North Carolina.
CMX Renewable Energy Inc. has applied for a license to build a 150 MW PV plant, costing an estimated USD150 million, in Vietnam’s Ninh Thuan province, just as the solar market is being stirred within the country.
Greg Butterfield steps down as chief executive officer at Vivint Solar, with David Bywater appointed interim CEO as the company looks for a permanent replacement.
Bolivia’s Central Bank will provide a US$95 million loan for the Uyuni PV project, the largest solar project to date in the nation.
Citing “irregular and incomplete applications”, Ontario’s grid operator has halted the program until a new version of the MicroFIT is rolled out in July.
The company’s latest report also finds that auctions are increasingly popular as a form of procuring utility-scale solar.
Demand from the U.S. market fuelled first quarter shipment increase to 341 MW according to preliminary financials published today; currency effects drag down profits.
India's largest utility Tata Power is in the final stages of negotiations to purchase the entire 1.15 GW clean energy portfolio of Welspun Group, according to local media reports.
IKEA starts selling home PV systems; First Solar reports solid year-to-year growth in Q1; Solar Impulse returns to the skies. Good news is not boring in the solar world.
Wacker will continue to export duty-free polysilicon to China under a special arrangement with the nation’s government.
CENACE published the call today. Clean Energy Certificates are expected to be auctioned, as well as the possibility of procuring firm power.
Latest edition of the Department of Energy and Climate Change's public attitudes tracker finds record-high levels of support for solar and renewables in general, while fracking falls out of favor.
Chinese solar producer expects to post losses of more than $900m for 2015 as company reiterates doubts about its ability to continue as a going concern.
Finland’s energy company Helen finances the investment and operation of the country’s largest PV plant by leasing the array’s panels.
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