After three weeks of intense voting, pv magazine and Hanwha Q CELLS is happy to declare Maxx-Solar Energy as the winner for its inventive project: delivering innovative financing solutions for solar PV in Africa.
The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry discussed this week plans to resolve grid restrictions and effective ways to alter the renewable incentive program to make it more affordable, with auctions thought to be a preferred...
In addition to extending the exemption the 20 MW ceiling has been removed, allowing utility-scale projects to receive benefits.
German clean energy developer completes development of the country's largest solar PV plant: a 16 MW array near to the capital, Budapest.
Country hits 38 GW of cumulative capacity after installing 9.9 GW by September 30, according to data published this week by the National Energy Administration; 2015 target recently increased to 23.1 GW.
Report by independent energy company Good Energy, backed by University of Sheffield, finds the impact of subsidies on U.K. bill payers has been lessened by renewable energy, which has served to lower wholesale electricity costs.
The Royal Bank of Scotland and Investec Bank have closed the syndication of a GBP 400 million acquisition facility used to purchase a portfolio of 522 MW of solar PV projects located in the south east and west of the U.K.
The CIGS production facility is being built for CNBM, the building materials company that owns Avancis, and partners for a total investment of $1.62 billion.
Japanese thin-film producer Solar Frontier is hoping to cut panel production costs at its fab in Miyagi prefecture to $0.40/W as it eyes increased competitiveness in the face of sustained Chinese price pressure.
The German tracking and mounting company signs supply agreement with Jordanian government for the delivery of 101 MW of its safeTrack Horizon tracking systems.
Chile's CIFES also reports that 741 MW-AC of solar PV is now on line, which grew by 144 MW in September.
The Chinese inverter maker has signed another supply deal with the Superblock utility group, bringing its total 2015 shipments to Thailand to 130.5 MW.
The Italian group remains active in South Africa, where it has developed more than 30 renewable energy projects. The company is strengthening ties with the country's government, which is eager to expand the use of clean energy.
The New Jersey-based research university won big for designing, building and operating the most cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive solar powered house. Other winners included UC Davis and Mass/Central America.
The new partnership, which will include a portfolio of 210 MW of operating solar PV capacity, aims to take advantage of the consolidation currently under way in the Italian PV market.
A week after its IPO, the leading solar and wind park operator has teamed with two German pension funds to expand its clean energy portfolio and intensify its asset management business.
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