The electronics giant is revamping production for a new PV module design and expanding capacity. LG Electronics' total capacity is expected to reach 600 MW by the end of 2015.
U.S. commercial solar industry draws criticism for poor O&M record at the show as discussions center on need for systematic and standardized approach.
NRG Energy has bought Roof Diagnostics Solar (RDS) for an undisclosed amount.
The Swiss technology company yesterday announced that its Chinese partner Yingkou Jinchen will acquire 51% of its solar stake.
Californian utility PG&E sourced 22.5% of its power from renewable sources in 2013, while the average U.K. share hit a record 13.8%.
China Electric Equipment Group has agreed to buy Sunergy Shanghai from China Sunergy in a deal worth $37.7 million (RMB 231.2 million).
The German chemicals specialist has begun insolvency proceedings after failing to settle the debts of its subsidiary, SH+E.
Despite retaining its position as the world's leading inverter company with 5.4 GW sold, SMA suffered a sales horror-show last year in the wake of European PV contraction.
Sigmar Gabriel responds to criticism from within the ranks three states demand the industry remains exempt from EEG reallocation charge.
Survey by IHS reveals 99% of respondents believe reliability to be the most important module feature, beating out high quality and low price.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy may introduce a separate scheme for Public Sector Undertakings.
The Energy Storage trade fair in Düsseldorf begins with a rousing call from California for more energy storage solutions.
The Japanese company has purchased A123 Energy Solutions from China's Wanxiang Group for a reported $100 million.
Figures from the China Chamber of Commerce confirm China-European business revenues down by $3.7bn last year.
The company’s Power Supply Container generates and stores solar energy, and is ideal for for rural off-grid areas.
The Bloomberg New Energy Finance tiering system for PV module makers ranks producers based on bankability and assistance given to developers and EPCs.
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