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Yingli posts drop in third-quarter revenue, narrows net loss

Yingli PV module production

The Chinese PV group continued to see strong demand for modules from China and Japan as well as from emerging markets, which increased by some 17% quarter over quarter.


UK government refuses to intervene in solar farm plans

Secretary of state for communities and local government Eric Pickles.

Secretary of state Eric Pickles refused to be drawn into the planning application for a 15-16 MW farm in Cumbria but is very much an interventionist when it comes to applications in the Tory heartlands in the south east of...


pv magazine weekly news roundup: Nov 14-21

Thin-fil, solar module.

Impressive efficiency breakthroughs, big-ticket collaborations and encouraging PV development in India... welcome to the past seven days.


Policy uncertainty paralyzes large-scale Down Under

Sydney Harbour.

While rooftop solar is powering ahead, large-scale projects are at a standstill in Australia. Less than 200 MW of large-scale renewable projects were approved this year.


Minister delights Indian expo with 100 GW eight-year aim

The flag of India.

Jaw-dropping figure, mentioned 24 hours before Intersolar India opened, divided opinion between those who see it as a pipe dream and Narendra Modi's enthusiastic solar supporters.


Indian solar market to more than double to 1.8 GW in 2015

Mercom Capital's strong 2015 outlook follows on a dismal 2014, with only 800 MW forecast by year's end. This optimistic forecast is influenced by a variety of factors, including moves by the Modi administration.


Serbia inaugurates 2 MW solar farm while rejecting PV

Belgrade, Serbia

While the country's solar PV tariff is very good, a separate renewable energy production law allocated an extremely low quota for PV plants, including 6 MW for ground-mounted installations and 4 MW for rooftop, by 2020.


LG Chem partners with Siemens on battery storage systems

Siemen and LG Chem sign MOU on battery storage collaboration, November 19, 2014

Just days after Daimler announced that it would halt production of its in-house battery cells and instead use LG Chem cells for its electric and hybrid vehicle batteries as well as for stationary storage solutions, the South...


JinkoSolar posts third-quarter increases in sales, profit as it reviews sale of downstream biz

JinkoSolar rooftop solar

The company currently has 15 projects totaling 488.5 MW under construction. It is also planning to gradually increase its percentage of distributed generation project construction in 2015. For the full year, JinkoSolar expects...


Russian solar industry on verge of serious crisis

Enerparc installatino in Dagestan, Russia

The Russian industry of solar energy is on the verge of serious crisis, due to economic crisis and devaluation of national currency – ruble, caused by sanctions, imposed on Russia.


EIA: South orientation yields 11% more energy

Rooftop installation

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released a study Wednesday showing that a south-oriented fixed-tilt PV system will yield 11% more annual energy than a flat fixed system. In contrast, the study showed that a...


Daimler: Deutsche ACCUmotive to offer stationary PV storage

Daimler Deutsche ACCUmotive stationary storage

The German auto giant plans to offer batteries for industrial and stationary storage in addition to the batteries it uses for its electric and hybrid vehicles.


US Ex-Im Bank signs $1 billion agreement to support clean energy exports to India

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Ex-Im Bank Chairman Hochberg Signs $1 Billion Memorandum of Understanding to Support U.S. Clean Energy Exports to India Announces the MOU at the India-US Technology Summit in Noida


Bolivia, France to collaborate on solar, nuclear energy

Cobija, Pando, Bolivia

The countries have signed four letters of intent aimed at cooperating on renewable and nuclear energy and lithium production.


Home-grown UK solar to be cheaper than gas

Great Glenham PV farm, UK

Britain's solar power will be cheaper than gas by 2018, according to new industry analysis by the Solar Trade Association.


Trina signs 10 MW EPC agreement with Shamsuna Power in Jordan

Aqaba, Jordan

Qi Lin, president of Trina's PV Systems Business Unit, says the Shamsuna project offers "valuable first-hand experience in operating a solar system in a desert environment."


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