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MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc., along with its subsidiary SunEdison, has completed the acquisition of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures.
PV Legal's guidelines for the reduction of bureaucratic barriers and administrative costs in terms of photovoltaic deployment have been released at the 26th EU PVSEC conference, currently underway in Hamburg, Germany.
Presenting its findings at the 26th EU PVSEC, Avancis says it has reached a thin film photovoltaic module efficiency of 15.8 percent.
First Solar has signed a 100 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic module supply agreement with Reliance Power.
In a bid to put the unsavory affair behind it, Solar Millennium’s executive board has called for a "quick" legal clarification of the battle surrounding it and former CEO, Utz Classen.
Following Roth & Rau’s announcement yesterday that it achieved 20 percent wafer efficiency, it has now been publicized that it, along with Day4 Energy Inc., has produced a 19.3 percent efficient photovoltaic module.
Between July and August of this year, Espe Sunparc Srl installed and connected 10 solar farms worth 10 megawatts (MW) to the Italian grid.
SolarWorld is to close photovoltaic module manufacturing plants down in the U.S. and Germany. The company said the move will strengthen its competitiveness.
From July 1 until August 31, TerniEnergia connected 28 photovoltaic plants worth 57.3 megawatts peak (MWp) to the Italian grid. As such, all the projects will receive direct access to the fourth Conto Energia tariffs.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has made over USD$145 million available to 69 solar projects across the country. The goal is to position the U.S. as an industry leader.
Although the photovoltaic module market has suffered setbacks this year, Asian manufacturers are keeping the competition on its toes. According to new research, the top three suppliers in the second quarter of the year (Q2) are...
S.A.G. Solarstrom AG has connected its 48 megawatt peak (MWp) North Italian photovoltaic project to the grid yesterday, thus meeting Italy’s August 31 feed-in tariff (FIT) deadline.
NRG Solar’s 20 megawatt (MW) New Mexico photovoltaic project has commenced operations.
Australia’s Victorian State Government today announced a new 'transitional feed-in tariff' (TFiT) for rooftop solar panels, joining most of the other Australian states in drastically reducing the amount paid to customers.
Siemens Energy has received orders, from multiple customers, for the turnkey construction of 15 photovoltaic plants worth 25 megawatts (MW) in Italy and the overseas department of France, Martinique and Guadeloupe.
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