The latest Deutsche Bank "Solar sector update" states the U.S. continues to drive global solar demand and the residential market retains its draw for investment.
Complex Chinese company issues a typically opaque stock market update. Supply deal to supply itself with its own panels has been torn up.
Funding for phase II of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park now finalized, with Dubai Water and Electricity Authority planning commercial operation date of April 2017.
Indian manufacturer Rolta Power and Chinese counterpart Zhenfa want two per cent of India's 100 GW, five-year market. The two companies have reportedly signed an MoU.
Power and steam from new plant will be used in manufacture of polysilicon. GCL Poly says today's opening will drive down price further.
Troubled manufacturer is accused of misleading potential investors. Chinese giant was unable to borrow from lenders, say claimants.
Canadian company Sunvault receives letter of intent. Edmonton company uses graphene-based supercapacitor technology developed at UCLA.
Chinese manufacturer reveals few details about 22.5 MW contract wins. Renesola also refused to reveal its Japanese solar ambitions.
Canadian company agrees $0.08 price for Madhya Pradesh plants. The deal puts pressure on Indian subsidy regime.
Taiwanese show booth's energy saving measures would reduce consumption by 75% for two-storey building in China. Shunfeng has promised similar city-wide solutions.
It's all about the batteries, stupid! Plus Yingli shift some stock, solar betrays its working class roots and watch Thailand go.
As the Chinese government tries to shore up ailing solar, and other, stock prices, Daqo has been handed a six-year boost by its local provincial bank.
German manufacturer achieves 21.7% efficiency. The new technology will be incorporated in a 300 W-plus module debuted 'in the fall.'
EV charging points to be installed at state department buildings. And DG generators can be bundled for retail on wholesale electricity market.
REC Silicon has reduced its production in the U.S. by half as a result of the ongoing solar trade dispute between the U.S. and China. It has also halted its expansion plans at the Washington site. A massive Q2 loss was further...
Trina Solar Limited will supply 51 MW of its dual glass solar modules for a 100 MW PV project in China’s Yunnan province. Shipments should be completed in Q3 2015.
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