Dutch thin film equipment supplier Smit Ovens has filed for insolvency. A notice on the Smit Ovens site advises that the bankruptcy filing is for restructuring purposes.
Green groups say raising of renewable energy target is absurd as ministerial budget is slashed. Analysts say 10 GW market will be impossible without grid investment.
Enphase CEO and president Paul Nahi tells pv magazine that the company's recent activity in Australia's commercial rooftop sector is just the beginning of sustained expansion into the wider APAC region.
Swedish subsidiary is insolvent. Innotech, which made two acquisitions in the last six months, refused to say what effect the insolvency would have on its business.
Projects are under threat because of plunging value of rouble against the dollar, say developers. Call for state to renegotiate terms of tenders.
Organizations and utilities keen on developing a renewable energy footprint overwhelmingly opt for solar PV and smart storage facilities, finds Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Two years after the application was first submitted, planning permission now granted for solar farm following minister's change of heart.
Financial guidance reveals industry-leading 105% year-on-year increase in module shipments, driving net revenues to $1.8 billion for the year.
Chinese PV manufacturer Canadian Solar has indicated that it will work with the European Commission to demonstrate that it has acted in accordance with the minimum import price (MIP) for modules sent to the EU. Canadian...
pv magazine explores the growing trend of solar manufacturing in the U.S., examines what the U.K.'s electricity market reform means for solar, and assesses the impact of leasing-to-own models.
U.S. based solar equipment supplier GT Advanced Technologies looks to have raised $100 million in financing. The deal was revealed in revised bankruptcy documents filed in local courts.
Swiss PV association Swissolar has reported that a company from a German-speaking country is planning an asset deal for the core businesses of insolvent Sputnik Engineering AG, also known a Solarmax. Swiss insolvency authorities...
Solar Impulse pilots call on India to continue clean energy pledge as National Solar Mission issues bidding guidelines for 3 GW of solar.
The satellite pay-TV giant, which is currently in the crosshairs of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission for alleged deceptive advertising, will help sell solar leasing deals to its subscribers.
Swiss solar technology provider Meyer Burger will supply its DW288 diamond wire saws for PV wafer production to SunEdison. The deal is in the upper single-digit Swiss Franc range (1 Swiss Franc = US$1).
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