SunEnergy1 has begun installing JinkoSolar panels at the Duke Energy Renewables solar project in North Carolina, which will feed solar power to three Washington, D.C., universities.
The German solar supplier will try again to persuade creditors to back a partial debt-for-equity swap, on April 14. The Munich company plans to continue with just its American subsidiary in future.
The Shanghai-headquartered solar company posted its first profit in 10 quarters as Chinese demand fuelled shipments.
The nation's previous overreliance on residential installations has been corrected as the commercial and utility segments have grown more rapidly during the country's 18-month solar boom.
U.S. solar player First Solar has announced completion of a 1.3 MW solar project in Japan. The Arizone company has full ownership of the Kitakyushu-shi scheme.
Indian solar lamp supplier Loop Solar says the country's off-grid solar lighting market will explode over the next five years. The company says the market will grow despite, rather than because of, a federal incentive scheme.
Under the unprecedented agreement between Austin Energy and SunEdison, the utility will buy solar power for less than $0.05 per kilowatt hour.
As investors contemplate the eventual expiration of the federal investment tax credit, the state of Iowa has raised the credits available for residential and business installations. Minnesota has prepared America's first...
The prime candidate to follow Chaori Solar into a Chinese default insists it will meet its obligations over a 2018 note. But brokerage has voiced concerns about Tianwei's ability to roll over its bank loans.
Investors hit by a profit warning last month are given fresh cause for concern. Shunfeng has now pledged to reveal details of the acquisition on Friday.
The African Renewable Energy Fund closed its first round of capital raising with $100 million in the bank. The fund hopes to double the amount available for 5-50 MW schemes within 12 months.
Trading in panel maker Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electrical's shares has been suspended after the company reported back-to-back annual losses. A domino effect could be about to kick in in the Chinese solar sector.
The analysts anticipate advanced PV technologies to find their way into the mainstream this year as solar capital expenditure bounces back.
The Department of Commerce pushes back the decision date, citing the complexity of the issues.
Solid demand from Japan and China saw the solar company end 2013 on a high, forecasting further growth for 2014.
The solar tracking company has agreed a supply deal with French renewable energy company Fonroche Energie for its Le Betout PV plant.
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