“Large” – the word that dominates in the solar news this week. Large projects, storage systems and hopes. What would Sigmund say?
First phase of Cupertino's 6 MW multi-site project is complete.
Wide disparity between reliability expectations and performance.
China Sunergy Co. (CSUN) has opened a photovoltaic module manufacturing plant in the Trade Free Zone of Tuzla, in the outskirts of Istanbul, Turkey.
ABB is expanding operations in South Africa’s booming photovoltaic market with plans for a new inverter production line with a capacity of 500 MW a year.
Solar power advocates in the U.S. state of Georgia are pressuring the Georgia Power utility to expand its use of solar energy.
Los Angeles is moving forward with two major new projects that will offer California’s sprawling metropolis a combined 350 MW of solar power utilizing a combination of feed-in-tariff (FiT) and request for proposal (RFP) pricing...
Centrosolar sharholders have approved a debt-for-equity plan that will drastically reduce debt by swapping outstanding liabilities for 5.5 million new company shares as part of a restructuring plan.
The U.S. state of Minnesota has passed a bill that could significantly expand the region's solar sector and lead to more than 450 MW of solar power by the end of the decade.
In its efforts to boost solar power in the country, the Japanese government is set to offer low-interest loans to companies that install rooftop solar power systems.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is calling for multilateral trade negotiations between the U.S., the European Union and China in an effort to stave off an all-out trade war.
Centrosolar Group AG’s creditors have overwhelmingly agreed to swap outstanding debt from a €50 million bond for 5.5 million newly issued shares in the German PV company.
Boston based analysts Lux Research has announced that the solar sector is on the recovery path, set to reach a worth of US$155 billion in 2018. The industry is expected to ramp up rapidly to 61.7 GW market size in 2018 after...
Swiss power and automation technologies giant ABB announced on April 22 the acquisition of inverter manufacturer U.S. Power-One. But shareholders of the American company are claiming that the US$1 billion sale price is too low....
China to wait on EU solar panel anti-dumping decision before announcing results of its own probe into polysilicon imports.
Power generation solutions provider Siemens has released a study analyzing electrical power producing systems, especially renewable power plants, in Europe, and has identified the potential for optimization. Project siting has...
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