The U.S. chemical company claims SunEdison's cells and modules use a specific type of metallization paste that infringes its patented tellurium paste technology.
Meyer Burger Technology Ltd has signed a supply contract worth CHF 160 million (around USD$169 million; €123 million) with an unnamed, existing customer in Asia.
Petra Solar has opened what it says is the first Network Operations Center (NOC) in the world. The new command center will allow the company to remotely monitor and control its solar and Smart Grid assets.
Sulfurcell is hoping to achieve 14 percent efficiency for its thin film photovoltaics modules after securing €18.8 million in equity funding.
Two towns in Germany have joined forces to encourage photovoltaics (PV) recycling firms to set up shop in their area, after identifying a gap in the market.
U.S. thin film manufacturer, Abound Solar, has received MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) certification for its AB1-series of photovoltaic modules.
Tenesol, in cooperation with farming association Sicaseli, has completed a €34 million rooftop photovoltaics (PV) project in France.
A 30 megawatt (MW) photovoltaics (PV) facility, constructed by First Solar, has begun commercial operations in New Mexico, the U.S.
Hong Kong-based Mascotte Holdings Limited is to acquire a 50.1 percent stake of Taiwanese polycrystalline silicon manufacturer Sun Materials for USD$150 million (around HK$1.17 billion).
According to IMS Research, the global PV inverter market is expected grow at compound annual rates of nearly 25 percent. IMS also adds that seven million inverters are expected to be sold in 2014 compared to less than one million...
Ontario has moved ahead of New Jersey to take second place in North American solar photovoltaic (PV) rankings for 2010. The first place is still held by California, but the current rate of growth in Ontario could rival the sunny...
Kyocera is increasing its solar module production capacity with the start of its second plant in Kadan, Czech Republic and the completion of an expanded assembly plant in Tianjin, China. Kyocera aims to meet its target of one...
A 38 megawatts solar electricity license has been granted by the Greek regulatory agency to Nur-MOH SA for the construction of the reportedly largest concentrated solar power tower installation in Europe on the island of Crete.
Toshiba and Tokyo Electric Power will be teaming up with the Japanese government to construct one of the largest solar power stations in the world in Bulgaria according to reports.
Without any big pompous announcement, Uganda has announced a feed-in tariff scheme for its country's renewable energy.
Innotech has bought approximately a third of the shares of the Renewable Energy Corporation's (REC) solar module manufacturing at Glava, Sweden. The facility has a capacity of 150 megawatts per year.
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