The U.S. solar manufacturer will develop subsidy-free renewable electricity in the Indian state of Karnataka over the next five years.
The Chinese company’s financial report for the first quarter shows strong revenue increase on last year but an 8% decrease compared to Q4 2013.
The two solar companies are to jointly build a manufacturing facility for the production of crystalline solar cells in Jiangsu Province.
The German PV system specialist is working with local partners to fully develop the plant, scheduled for completion in mid-July.
Researchers at the Sandia National Laboratories say the project will help increase the United States' share of solar energy in the electricity market from its current share of less than .05% to at least 14% by 2030.
The SUNLINK-5 is a small UAV (unmanned airborne vehicle) that has been designed for low to medium altitudes and day-long missions thanks to its solar-powered capability.
The Chinese solar cell manufacturer hopes to raise funds in order to construct more solar power stations.
The Abu Dhabi owner of thin-film manufacturer Masdar PV has announced the closure of its production plant in Germany. The Thuringian Development Bank is reviewing a possible refund of subsidy funding.
Financial support for the Chinese solar manufacturer has been led by the China Development Bank Corp. in a move that highlights the government's intention to support the solar sector.
Laos based Sunlabob will work with Myanmar's Relitec to develop the country's solar market. Less than 30% of Myanmar's 60-million population are thought to have access to electricity.
While the Turkish government is on track to build its first nuclear power plant and a massive new coal-fired facility, the World Bank sees great "renewable potential" in the country.
India special report: The Indian Ministry of Commerce rejected a call for the state aid provided by the U.S. Export-Import Bank to American exporters to be used in the calculation of a fair price for U.S. solar goods.
India special report: Ministry of Commerce officials classed the original three anti dumping complainants as the only Indian solar companies not to have benefited from importing dumped goods from the U.S., China, Taiwan and...
India special report: The Chinese-Canadian company attempted to argue its panels should be excluded from the anti-dumping investigation because of differences between them and Indian-made products.
Finance Minister Hani Kadri Demian: "We are seriously working on adopting any project enabling Egypt to use renewable energy and achieve extreme savings in fuels."
India special report: One of the cornerstone arguments of opponents to the imposition of anti-dumping duties on Chinese, Taiwanese, U.S. and Malaysian products in India was that thin film should be excluded from the investigation.
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