The fab is the third commercial-scale crystalline silicon PV cell factory in the United States, and will use n-type mono wafers for high-efficiency PV. The plant will supply OCI's 400 MW portfolio of solar projects in Texas.
While South Africa and Israel have until now driven PV demand in the region, an increasing number of Middle Eastern and African countries are entering the solar market, according to NPD Solarbuzz.
The 29th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference began today in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Scandinavian-German PV module maker says the acquisition will strengthen its cash position and provide reliable operating revenues from the two PV plants Italy.
The takeover of joint venture and acquisition of addition projects has given SPI a pipeline of 17.5 MW in Hawaii.
The financing target sees the residential solar installer step up its efforts to gain a greater share of the US leasing market.
A U.K. smart grid project investigates whether solar PV owners could benefit from using their generated energy instead of exporting it back to the grid.
Scientists at Stuttgart's Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research have regained the gong for CIGS efficiency, improving upon the previous record of 21%.
The US solar company's production milestone follows announcement of a new 350 MW manufacturing facility.
Booming business in Asian is driving sales in the sector, which is also seeing increased momentum from the U.S. and emerging markets, the German Engineering Federation reports.
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Stephen Zhifang Cai has resigned for personal reasons, CSUN announced today. The Nanjing manufacturer's share price has tanked since November.
Analyst calculates investing in renewables yields far more usable energy to the consumer than oil, dollar for dollar. Traditional combustion engines see a 75-80% energy loss compared to 25-30% in EVs.
The Norwegian developer will set the share price for its pending IPO next week. The company predicted a price range of $4.42-5.68 per share.
The Chinese giant plans to shut down three US subisidiaries. On Tuesday a court in Hong Kong will rule on the company's restructuring plans.
Key markets like the U.S., the U.K. and Australia are driving demand for module-level power electronics, according to IHS. The market has already grown to more than $300 million.
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