A new study by the Technical University of Munich indicates Asian developers are leading the way when it comes to energy storage systems and far outpacing U.S. and European rivals.
French President Francois Hollande supports plans to build a giant PV module plant with an initial annual production capacity of 1 GW and which could expand up to 5 GW.
The Arizona solar giant is breaking ground in Pecos County, where locals are eager to embrace solar despite a rich legacy in oil and gas.
With the Europe's "industrial renaissance" looming above all, critics say the EC's 2030 climate and energy goals will do little for the green tech sector or the world's climate.
For Germany's big renewable energy players, clarity is of the utmost importance. For Belectric, the introduction of a tender system for ground-mounted PV plants can’t come soon enough.
"Romania offers the ideal topographical and political conditions for the installation of solar parks, which makes it a perfect investment target," says Power-One's Alessandra Romoli.
South Africa continues to attract global solar players. With joint module factory, JA Solar and Powerway hope to expand operations throughout the Southern African region.
After a lossmaking 2013, SMA is finally seeing light at the end of the tunnel. The world inverter market leader expects to close the year with an operating profit and a sales increase of up to 45%.
The Chinese company boasted the biggest market share in China and Germany and came in second in the United States, close behind First Solar.
The Tohoku Plant has been agreed with both the Miyagi prefectural government and the Ohiramura local government of Japan.
A draft plan to revamp Germany's renewable energy subsidy program calls for self-consumption fees, FIT cuts, the introduction of a PV tender system and limits on new capacity expansion.
Installed solar power at U.S. military bases now totals 125.5 MW -- 33% of the military's total renewable energy capacity.
The Chinese government has backed a 1.8 MW installation at Pakistan's Parliament House building in Islamabad to help the country ease its energy woes.
German solar service company Adler Solar says importers can benefit from its nearby testing center. The new Bremen warehouse can be used by clients before products are officially imported to the EU.
China has imposed permanent duties on U.S. and South Korean polysilicon. The decision comes within hours of the U.S. Department of Commerce's announcement about duties on Chinese solar products.
Kenyan government identifies nine viable sites for its proposed $1.2 billion investment in solar energy.
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