China Sunergy, known widely as CSun, has published Q1 2015 results, showing continued and deepening losses. Earlier this month Csun reported that it is in breach of Nasdaq listing rules, with its market value of shares falling...
El Paso Electric Company (EPE) has signed a PPA for Element Power's 50 MW Macho Springs photovoltaic plant near Deming, New Mexico.
New York-based private equity investment firm Conduit Capital Partners LLC has revealed the details of its investment in two Peruvian solar plants worth 40 MW.
SolarWorld AG has suffered significant losses in the first three quarters of 2012, compared to the previous year. To improve the situation it will, among other measures, cut back on personnel. The company is very firmly laying...
According to a new survey, moderate not major growth is predicted for the United Arab Emirate’s solar industry. The results were presented at Solarpraxis’ Solar Industry Summit – Middle East 2012, held today in Dubai. Meanwhile,...
Lark Energy has received planning permission to build the U.K’s largest photovoltaic plant in Leicestershire. It is expected to be online before the end of next March.
Unhampered by a massive surge in the output of oil and natural gas, especially in the U.S., renewables will take their place in the sun by 2035, according to the findings of the World Energy Outlook 2012. Overall, solar power is...
Bosch subsidiary aleo solar AG must only pay back part of the loans granted to it by Bosch, thus somewhat relaxing the financial situation of aleo.
EDF Energies Nouvelles has commissioned a 115 MWp photovoltaic plant near Nancy in the Meurthe-et-Moselle department of eastern France.
Bosch Rexroth has confirmed it will let its Desertec Industrial Initiative (Dii) membership expire at the end of the year. Following Siemens’ exit, Bosch is the second company to withdraw from the initiative.
Indian solar installations stalled in Q3 2012, however around 1.1 GW of projects are due to be added in the next six months. Meanwhile, the market is eagerly awaiting the Phase II policy announcement, which is expected sometime...
Heavily impacted by its terminated wafer sales contract with MEMC, Conergy recorded a number of Q3 2012 losses. Despite this, its results are on an upward trajectory, compared to the same period last year. Overall, the company is...
France-based Fonrocheenergie SAS has signed an agreement with Kazakh ZhambylGidroEnergo to install a two GW photovoltaic project in Kazakhstan. Construction is scheduled to begin next year.
Having signed all the necessary governmental agreements, Mainstream Renewable Power can now begin work on its two photovoltaic plants worth 100 MW.
Gehrlicher Solar AG has almost completed work on a 8.75 MWp photovoltaic project located 220 km north east of Bucharest. It is scheduled for completion in mid-November.
The Bulgarian Committee on Economic Policy, Energy and Tourism has adopted amendments to Bulgaria’s Energy Act and Renewable Energy Sources Act, which aim to legitimize "fees for grid access" for renewable energy producers....
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