Senior energy experts in the country expect a bright future for Turkey's solar industry, driven largely by the unlicensed PV segment.
The U.S. equipment maker has secured three certifications which will enable modules produced using its Merlin copper mesh interconnection technology to be used in PV systems. GT plans to commercially roll out Merlin in 2015.
Increased revenue and an improved margin helped push the Chinese group back to profitability thanks in large part to improved global operations and successful cost reductions.
Deal sees Canadian Solar supply 44 MW of its high efficient modules to seven solar forms in North Carolina before the end of the year.
Trina to develop utility-scale solar park in the U.K., adding to the 23.8 MW PV capacity the company has already installed in the country.
As Boris Johnson throws his hat into the ring for a seat following next year's general election, the outspoken mayor has criticized the U.K. chancellor's stance on environmental policies.
Swiss PV equipment supplier Meyer Burger has announced a 43% YOY increase in sales for the first half of 2014. It has not saved the company from posting a CHF 55.2 million (US$60.8 million) loss.
NPD Solarbuzz figures find that 90% of U.K. capacity was installed in the past three years. FIT-driven, small-scale systems account for 42% of all installation capacity.
The state utility has revealed it will not oppose net metering rules for residential solar, and announces potential solar and wind PPAs of up to 100 MW.
The Houston, Texas-based solar service company will plow the funds into its solar service offering to homeowners across the U.S.
Global Renewable Energy Report 2014 finds that China now boasts the world's biggest solar market, accounting for investments of $23.56bn last year.
The Chinese solar producer has paid $25 million for a 30% share of Powin Energy, and could acquire a further 30% over the next two years.
The U.S. wholesale power generation company reported a $97 million loss in the second quarter despite enjoying increased revenue.
The EU is on track to fall short of its target of having smart meters in 80% of households by 2020. Member states have committed more than $60 billion to the smart meter roll out.
Nigeria's solar PV programme is expected to benefit from the latest funding approvals from a group of international lenders mere months after the country's energy sub-sector attracted a leading global solar PV developer.
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