German coalition for no trade barriers grows, EC rules against EU ProSun’s calls for MIP benchmark change
Germany’s SAFE has gained a new supporter advocating for the removal of minimum import prices (MIPs) this December. In related news, the EC has rejected EU ProSun’s call for the replacement of the benchmark used for the MIP...
The 1.25 MW installation in the Punjab province connects to the grid and becomes the largest single utility-scale installation in the country.
Census reveals benefits the solar PV industry brings to the U.S. economy, earning praise from the SEIA for revealing encouraging trends.
Purpose of market overview is to help streamline the PV interconnection process in order to ultimately benefit utilities and solar consumers across the country.
Analysts at Frost & Sullivan have added their voices to the chorus confirming that falling oil prices will have little impact on solar investment. In its Annual Global Power and Energy Outlook, Frost & Sullivan forecasts...
Overhang of excess capacity harms Applied Materials' sales, but company expects rise in next quarter.
German inverter specialist downsizes as part of company's ongoing transformation, new chairman of supervisory board appointed.
The Norwegian solar operator increased its revenues, net profit and power production in the final quarter of 2014.
Proposals intended to increase its customers' access to renewable energy, and could add 110 MW of PV to South Carolina portfolio by 2021 if approved.
Deal sees the microinverter manufacturer add 400 MW of O&M assets, taking its own portfolio beyond 450 MW.
The US renewable energy company signs agreement with PermaCity to develop solar systems atop leased rooftops, scheme designed to create income for property owners.
Jordan leads Arab world in utility-scale solar PV installations with many large solar farms expected to go online in 2015. Residential and commercial rooftop sectors are also kick-starting the thriving solar sector.
Archipelago nation to reopen bids for $55 million of renewable energy projects including 86 small solar arrays.
The 550 MW project, which uses First Solar's thin-film modules, was inaugurated yesterday during gathering of 150 federal, state and local officials.
The Taiwanese solar cell manufacturer may merge its operation or seek to relocate as the company aims to stay competitive in face of stinging US tariffs.
Opportunity labeled Solar Powering America by Recognizing Communities designed to establish technical assistance program for local governments to drive greater PV deployment.
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