UK: despite record growth, 'sudden and severe' policy changes harming renewable sector, report finds
The Renewable Energy Association's report on the state of the British clean energy landscape warns that strong growth in recent years is threatened by repeated policy interventions by government.
The Scottish islands are to host a 2 MW lithium-ion battery storage trial after a lengthy previous test in Nagasaki, Japan.
Analysts from IHS see the second quarter of 2013 as a turning point. Leading Chinese PV manufacturers have posted very positive quarterly figures and markedly improved prospects. The recovery is not expected to be short lived.
The German manufacturing giant has succeeded in winning approval for a restructuring plan and considerably narrowed its first-half loss. CEO Frank Asbeck offers an upbeat assessment.
The Taiwanese electronics group, which is reportedly eager to reduce its reliance on Apple, is expected to decide by year's end whether to expand its solar operations.
Solar photovoltaic equipment manufacturer Meyer Burger Technology Ltd. has released a rather bleak 2013 first half report on its company sales. However expressing optimism, the company stated that it expects market dynamics to...
The market share of thin film photovoltaic panels is expected to decline each year to 2017 according to the latest NPD Solarbuzz PV Equipment Quarterly report. First Solar and Solar Frontier will continue to hold the bulk share...
The Chinese manufacturer posted a Q2 profit of $8 million following the expansion of operations in emerging markets such as Japan, the U.S. and India.
As part of the Obama administration's clean energy goals, the U.S. Interior Department has established a new Renewable Energy Evaluation Area that could result in the development of more than 3.3 GW of solar capacity.
The Indian state of Gujarat is set to expand canal-top solar power generation with a new 10-kilometer long photovoltaic project.
Renewable energy investment company Greenwood Energy is set to invest in Massachusetts after signing a deal to acquire two developments from Borrego Solar Systems.
Scientists at Switzerland's Empa have increased efficiency levels of flexible cadmium telluride solar cells by successfully doping them with copper.
Of the leading 40 solar companies, environmental and consumer advocacy group Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition found that Trina Solar, Yingli and SunPower bested industry rivals in areas such as worker safety and module toxicity.
The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has announced the companies that will introduce large-scale storage batteries into electricity grid substations.
Photovoltaic module producer Trina Solar has announced that it will be supplying 250 MW of modules to the Copper Mountain Solar 3 project in Boulder City, Nevada.
The Munich-based project developer may have folded, but its management is looking to transfer the group's core assets to a Swiss subsidiary with a new focus on emerging markets around the globe.
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