Chinese company GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited has reached its silicon wafer production capacity target of 3.5 gigawatts (GWs), a month ahead of schedule.
Canada-based Eclipsall Energy Corporation is to establish a crystalline photovoltaics (PV) panel manufacturing plant in the Greater Toronto Area. It is expected to be operational by the middle of next year.
DuPont subsidiary, DuPont Apollo Limited, and China Everbright International Limited have completed a 1.3 megawatt (MW) rooftop photovoltaic (PV) installation in China.
Commercial operations have begun on Recurrent Energy’s five megawatt (MW) solar power system in San Francisco, the U.S. The company has also announced the opening of its first international office in Toronto, Canada.
LDK Solar Co., Ltd. has entered into a multi-year wafer and polysilicon supply contract with Shanxi Lu'an Photovoltaic Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Lu'an Group.
Italian company MX Solar has begun manufacturing crystalline solar modules through its new integrated 3S Modultec automated production line.
Etrion Corporation has closed project financing for the construction of four photovoltaics (PV) power plants in Italy with a total capacity of 15 megawatts (MWs).
NextEra Energy Resources, LLC will purchase four photovoltaics (PV) projects totaling 40 megawatts (MWs) in Ontario, Canada from First Solar, Inc.
The French Government has announced that no new photovoltaics (PV) projects larger than three kilowatts will be approved for the next three months.
Suntech Power is determined to use some of the best tricks known to manufacturers in its bid to boost growth while elbowing competitors out of the way.
MEMC Singapore has entered a partnership with Flextronics in order to produce photovoltaics (PV) panels at Flextronics’ Ontario facility. Over 100 jobs are expected to be created.
It is merely four weeks before 2010 draws to a close, and hopes for a renewal of a popular federal grant program in the United States are sinking fast.
Chinese cell- and module producer Sunowe is to start producing its own ingots. The company has announced it will invest approximately €220 million in the venture.
Since the introduction of its small power program in 2006, Thailand has signed contracts to develop 4,300 megawatts (MWs) of renewable generation. Nearly half of the contracts - 1,800 MWs - are for solar energy.
The increase in photovoltaics (PV) installations in Germany turned out to be greater than expected by both analysts and the industry this year. If growth continues at the present level, then the German Solar Industry Association...
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