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SunEdison pipeline grows to 4.5 GW in third quarter as sales, losses grow

SunEdison's San Andres project

At the end of the third quarter, SunEdison had 610 MW of its pipeline under construction compared to 475 MW at the end of the second quarter and 558 MW at the end of Q3 2013.


SolarWorld begins shipment of PV modules to Stardale project

SolarWorld HQ Hillsboro Oregon

SolarWorld has begun shipment of its photovoltaic modules to the 33 megawatt Stardale Solar PV Project, located in southeast Ontario, Canada.


Positive Energy completes 2 MW Greek PV project

Satellite image of Greece

Positive Energy has completed the construction of a two megawatt (MW) photovoltaic park in the Greek prefecture of Lakonia.


The search for ways against a fabless Europe

EU flags in a line outside a building

How can photovoltaic production be maintained in Europe in light of stiff Asian competition? There is no patent remedy. This became clear at the 5th SEMI Brussels Forum, which ended yesterday.


Suntech revises guidance after first quarter declines

Suntech - photovoltaic module manufacturer - Wuxi HQ in China

Having predicted a buoyant 2011 at the end of last year, Suntech has had to revise its full year revenue and consolidated gross margin guidance after experiencing both sequential financial and shipment declines. And, while...


SPG Solar completes solar installation for Californian dairy farm

Solar installation at Californian Lakeside Dairy.

SPG Solar has installed an 891 kilowatt (kW) solar energy system for California-based Lakeside Dairy. It is expected to generate over 1.7 megawatt hours of electricity annually.


PVN plans to install PV atop New York’s landfills

New York Mayor, Michael Bloomburg

PV Navigator (PVN) has announced its intentions to participate in New York's plan to install photovoltaic systems on the city’s abundant landfill space.


REC scales back PV production; announces lay-offs

REC is intending to halt production at its solar cell plant in Narvik, Norway (pictured)

The Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) has said it will scale back its photovoltaic production activities due to weak market demand. Around 500 employees are expected to be affected.


GT Solar raises 2012 fiscal guidance after successful year

Screenshot of GT Solar's website

GT Solar has notably increased its fiscal year 2011 revenues over the last 12 months, leading the company to raise its 2012 fiscal guidance. As with the majority of industry players, however, it did suffer sequential declines.


Australian solar installation inspection program launched amidst political row

An Australian flag.

A state-wide inspection campaign of solar panel installations has been launched in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) while a political row continues over the state government’s slashing of its feed-in tariff (FIT)...


Phoenix Solar inaugurates two German solar parks worth 18 MW

Two Phoenix Solar photovoltaic parks in Germany.

German photovoltaic integrator Phoenix Solar has inaugurated two solar parks on a former military airbase, which are expected to supply energy to more the 4,300 households.


Roth & Rau expands Asian PV presence

Roth & Rau photovoltaic HQ

Roth & Rau has acquired a China-based production facility. The aim is to expand the company’s photovoltaic presence in Asia. The financial terms were not disclosed.


Work to begin on 5 MW solar project at AWC

Arizona flag

Main Street Power Company Inc. will begin construction on a five megawatt solar project tomorrow, May 24 at the Arizona Western College (AWC).


China Sunergy positive despite sequential declines

China Sunergy photovoltaic HQ

Despite an industry slowdown in the shipment of photovoltaic modules, China Sunergy has met its first quarter shipment guidance. And, while sequential declines were experienced, the company posted year-on-year profits. Inventory...


New Jersey: Tioga Energy starts work on 44 solar projects

Union County court house, Elizabeth, New Jersey

Tioga Energy has begun development on 44 solar projects in New Jersey, worth 3.4 megawatts (MW). The systems are being installed at facilities owned by local government agencies in the state’s Union County.


German Green Party anticipates deeper solar subsidy cuts

The ministerial draft bill on the Renewable Energy Act (EEG) amendment is currently awaiting departmental approval at the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, as well as the German Federal Ministry of Finance. The...


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