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Kyocera sees sales, profit rise in first half of fiscal year

Kyocera PV site, Nedo

An absence of revenue from large-scale solar projects for the public and commercial sectors resulted in declining sales and profit for the Japanes congolomerate's Applied Ceramic Products division. Japan remains the group's main...


JinkoSolar to supply 19 MW of solar modules for PV project in Chile

Atacama Desert, Chile

Conergy has signed more than 160 MW of contracts in Chile this year, making it one of the leading suppliers in the country.


Conergy connects RWE's first UK solar farm

Conergy's 13.9 MW Nova Scotia Farm in Norfolk, England.

Conergy has erected and connected a 37 MW PV installation near British Prime Minister David Cameron's parliamentary constituency of West Oxforshire for a limited 24-year period.


Greek PV market remains idle, defined by paradox

Martifer Solar PV farm, Greece

While government cuts slashed the internal rate of return for Greek PV plants, they still remain significantly higher than in other European countries and offer foreign investors a potentially attractive investment as Greece's...


Israel testing industry with lowest FIT rates possible

Ketura solar PV plant, Israel

Israel's electricity market regulator PUA surprised everyone on Tuesday by suggesting a feed-in tariff for the Timna solar park lower than initially agreed. Israel has decided to develop its PV sector further and is attempting to...


SunPower posts 70% drop in third-quarter profit

SunPower's San Luis Obispo project

The California company's revenue between July and September was on par with its third-quarter result last year despite the hefty drop in profit. North America remains SunPower's biggest market.


Sunrun, Outback Power partner on energy storage pilot project

Sunrun residential rooftop PV system

As part of the program, Sunrun will combine and test OutBack Power's technology consisting of weather-resistant batteries and inverters with home solar systems in both indoor and outdoor environments.


Hanwha Q CELLS to build 800 MW module fab in Malaysia

Hanwha Q CELLS headquarters, Thalheim, Germany

Construction start in early 2015, ramp-up to be completed by early 2016.


Alevo sets up gigfab in US, expands storage operations in China

Alevo's Victory Industrial Park in Concord, North Carolina.

The Swiss energy storage startup is setting up a new gigawatt-scale battery production facility in a former cigarette factory in North Carolina and has signed a deal with China-ZK to sell its products and technology in China.


Ethiopia aims for 300 MW of solar energy

Dire Dawa, Ethiopia

Ethiopian Electric Power has tapped U.S. company Green Technology Africa to help develop 300 MW of solar power in the country, which is making an aggressive drive to expand electricity capacity from its current 55% coverage to...


GTM Research: Solar PV O&M market to reach 237 GW by 2018

A new report on the PV operations and maintenance market predicts a tripling in market size by 2018, with China and the United States driving growth.


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GT bankruptcy leads Meyer Burger to lay off 105 employees

In the latest fallout from GT Advanced Technologies' bankruptcy, Meyer Burger has announced staff reductions in the U.S. state of Colorado where it has been pursuing a joint project with the company.


SunEdison signs 5 GW solar MoU with India's Rajasthan government

Rajasthan

The U.S. solar company will develop a host of 500 MW mega-solar projects in the northwestern state of India as part of the government's clean energy plans.


Under the hood: Sunpreme's 500W module

U.S. startup Sunpreme caught the attention of a number of attendees at SPI last week in Las Vegas with its 500 W module. Chief engineer and COO Frank Pham speaks to pv magazine about its strategy and technology.


Utility scale solar tops 30 GW globally, finds Wiki-Solar

Canada utility scale solar plant.

Report reveals 2014 has added close to 10 GW of utility scale solar PV, marking the fifth-consecutive record-breaking year.


Solar power key for Saudi future, says energy chief

Saudi Arabian desert.

Executive director of Saudi Electricity Company says solar energy is a must, not a choice, at opening event of Solar Arabia Summit.


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