The PV heavyweights are back in the headlines this week with the news that China and the U.S. have agreed a climate deal, SolarCity has tightened its grip on residential solar, and Hanergy's woes continue.
Climate advocate and former U.S. VP tells audience at Green Alliance/CBI event that he does not understand the U.K. government's decision to cut renewable energy subsidies.
National Democratic Alliance considers 40% renewable energy goal for 2030, target would require 250 GW of solar PV capacity by that date, and 100 GW of wind power.
World's largest provider of data center services signs five-year PPA with SunEdison for majority of energy from the company's 150 MW Imperial Valley solar farm, due for completion in 2016.
Shams PV inverter line commences production, boasting 1 GW capacity and the first to comply with Saudi Arabian local content regulations. Line owned by Advanced Electronics Company.
Scottish government distances itself from DECC uncertainties as it announces it will retain grandfathering guarantee under RO; changes to FIT will set back solar's path to grid parity, says REA.
Deal struck at Solar Power International marks the largest single project agreement for SolarWorld in the U.S.; Panasonic to construct, own and operate solar facility.
Despite a rebound in capital spending across the solar industry, the Massachusetts-based PV equipment maker has retained investment bank Mirus Capital Advisors to “assess strategic alternatives”.
Baoding Tianwei Baobian Group Co., parent company of the solar firm, defaulted in April on a bond payment, becoming first state-owned Chinese firm to do so; bankruptcy filing issued this week as debts mount.
There have been only five public solar ABS deals to date totaling $560.5 million -- four of which were issued by SolarCity.
Strategic partnership sees Hong Kong-based solar developer Sky Solar team with U.S. private equity firm Hudson to invest in solar projects in Latin America and Japan.
The fund supports small to medium-scale renewable energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa and provides both financial assistance and technical experience essential for smaller renewable schemes being implemented for the first time.
The Hague-based high-tech company Eternal Sun, a specialist in solar testing equipment, designed and upgraded the Energy Research Centre's new testing lab.
The company says that despite "significant progress" towards a resolution of the solar panel trade dispute between the U.S. and China, without a solution also for polysilicon, "there will be no resolution of the trade war."
The U.S.-led international development projects support private sector development in energy and inclusive access to finance. The projects "show the transformative impact that the U.S. private sector can have in the developing...
NRG cites the need for its clean energy business to be “nimble, lower cost, and cash sensitive”, and will limit it to US$125 million in funding. NRG's GreenCo will be a separate business by the beginning of 2016.
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