U.S. utility scale developer has offloaded 12 ground-mount, development-stage solar projects via a round of PPAs with local power agencies.
After announcing last August that it attended to sell it’s solar business, equipment supplier Komax Group announced this week that Komax Solar has been sold in a management buyout of the company. Komax Solar, a stringer supplier,...
The car giant's Deeside plant in North Wales has been fitted with 13,000 solar panels that will power 10% of the plant’s electricity needs each year.
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.
The JinkoSolar subsidiary will engineer, procure and construct solar PV projects in China's Hengfeng County, Jiangxi Province.
Bangkok-based clean power developer Energy Absolute Pcl plans to invest 46 billion baht in Thailand’s green energy sector over the next three years.
Cell developed with light harvesting transparent solar concentrators delivers just 1% efficiency, researchers aiming for 5% in near future.
The renewable energy developer brought five solar PV projects online across the south of England in quick succession, swelling its solar portfolio.
South Africa, Ethiopia and Kenya lead renewable energy surge, with more clean power to be added this year than entire 2000-13 period.
The U.S. market is becoming increasingly important for the Norwegian solar group as it continues to broaden distribution of its products worldwide.
S4 Solar do Brasil, which is making its debut at Intersolar South America this month, is constructing a 100 MW module plant in Brazil to focus on the domestic market.
The Chinse solar giant has become more competitive in getting its products to customers, says Ben Hill, the company's president Europe. Trina's global strategy, including operations in the U.K., the U.S. and Japan, remain key to...
The organized opposition to the federal government's moves to abolish or reduce Australia's Renewable Energy Target (RET) has begun. More than 500 people attended a rally in Brisbane to protest against changes to the RET.
Demand for power is rising due to the increasing growth of telecommunications in remote off-grid regions, particularly in developing countries, and driving installations of hybrid power systems.
The state government is expected to unveil a wide-ranging new renewable energy policy next month that would set major targets in the southeastern Indian state.
Policy changes could result in a new definition of eligible DPV projects in China and open up incentives for projects of up to 20 MW. It's one of a number of key revisions that may accelerate DPV installations, says IHS.
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