A post-slump solar recovery could arrive in Europe as early as 2018 should policy support sufficiently smooth the path for dormant solar pipelines on the continent, says IHS Markit.
The grid-connected solar PV project is a first for parent group China Communication Construction and marks the company's increased focus on renewable energy.
Although completed in May, the array had to undergo maintenance following an earthquake in April. The Japanese company is set to expand its solar portfolio from 190 MW to more than 300 MW.
The German organization designed the new program for distributed commercial PV systems in the country.
Energy giant AGL and the Australian Renewable Energy Agency are launching a 5 MW battery storage "virtual power plant" in South Australia with the aim of boosting grid stability, reducing power price volatility and supporting...
The equipment maker’s most recent quarter ending June 30 represents a slow-down from the previous quarter, but nine-month figures still show growth from a year ago.
Chorus is advising its shareholders to accept the takeover offer from Capital Stage, which Capital Stage, which currently operates 600 MW of solar and wind assets in Europe.
The legislation aims to encourage investment in renewable energy. Supporters say the bill will help Israeli households generate clean energy and reduce their costs of living while increasing solar power generation in the...
The Spanish solar PV technical advisory group is expanding operations in Latin America, citing strong growth in the region. The company, part of Italy's Falck Renewables Group, has 10 offices worldwide.
The Rancho Seco Solar Project, located on the site of a decommissioned nuclear power plant, marks the latest deal between D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments and First Solar.
The German solar company expects a return to profitability this year following a strong performance in the first half of 2016.
Q2 financials reveal thin-film equipment backlog of almost $50 million that the company hopes will be signed off before year end. Overall net loss for the quarter reaches $3.5 million.
Analysts expect installations in China, U.K. and Japan to slow over the second half of the year, but U.S. project spillover and India's large pipeline will hold course despite global slowdown forecast for 2017.
Japanese inverter supplier has begun construction on its fifth overseas manufacturing facility as it targets growth in emerging markets of LatAm, MENA and Australia.
The 11.94 MW solar farm has been developed by Lightsource Renewable Energy and is the first such installation to be completed under the CfD scheme.
The installation is the biggest PV plant in Nagasaki Prefecture, and one of the largest to utilize Solar Frontier's anti-reflective CIS solar panels.
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