In an effort to boost renewabl energy self-generation and consumption, the EU initiative calls for the deployment of an advanced metering infrastructure that would make smart homes and networks a reality. In addition, SolarPower...
The German inverter supplier maintained a steady lead at the top of the global PV inverter revenue chart, but China's Huawei and Sungrow, as well as Israeli firm SolarEdge, are closing in.
The German inverter specialist sees sales, revenue and cash volumes grow on the back of greater internationalization and a growing presence in commercial PV sectors globally.
The Chinese solar giant saw its operating expenses increase to 54.3% due to severe impairment losses on property, plant and equipment; revenue and module shipments also down Y/Y.
S-Energy will supply over 74 MW of PV modules for two utility-scale projects that are being developed by juwi Inc. in Colorado.
TerraForm Power and TerraForm Global, the yieldcos of bankrupt renewable energy company SunEdison, have struck a pact to extend the deadline for filing their annual report.
The utility follows in the footsteps of its French counterpart Total by moving into the battery storage space with its 80% acquisition of California's Green Charge Networks.
The U.S. utility acquired the project from Infigen Energy and expect to complete and connect the solar farm in Quay County before the end of 2016.
The Chinese polysilicon and wafer maker has stayed profitable despite record low prices, and expects further improvements as polysilicon supply tightens.
French oil giant Total is purchasing all of Saft's shares, as it aims to enter the energy storage market and boost its development in the renewable sector.
Sweden’s Midsummer has announced a repeat order from “an undisclosed multinational corporation” based in Asia for its flexible substrate CIGS deposition production tool, called the DUO. The deal, in the “multi-million” dollar...
In a speech to the World Energy Innovation Forum, the clean energy industrialist called for public education to counter the enormous power of the fossil fuel industries.
Million-installations-strong and under-three-cents-cheap: this week, solar sets new world records in size and price.
Silver demand for PV applications rose 23% in 2015.
U.S.-headquartered PV and semiconductor production equipment supplier Amtech has registered increased bookings in Q2 2016, although it has incurred a $1.5 million loss the for the quarter. Solar bookings in Q2 came in at $28...
The California-based PV maker is running factories at full capacity and rolling out new products, but still reported a significant loss on a per-share basis.
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