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SPI: 600 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors expected

The SPI logo.

Solar Power International (SPI) organizers SEPA and SEIA have released some key info about the forthcoming trade show. With the show set to cover some 200,000 square feet (61,000 square meters) a key piece of advice from the...


Dyesol takes research to Japan and creates "solar steel" in Wales

Some of the Tata Steel researchers with their newly developed product.

Australia-based dye sensitized photovoltaic developer Dyesol has been awarded a prestigious Japanese research grant and announced the creation of world’s largest dye sensitized steel based module, in partnership with Tata Steel...


Phoenix Solar undertakes 15.9 MW Thai PV project

Bangkok's central district

Phoenix Solar AG’s Singaporean subsidiary, Phoenix Solar Pte Ltd has signed a contract with Solarta Co Ltd for the construction of two photovoltaic power plants worth 15.9 megawatts (MW) in Thailand.


Report: Public Prosecutor's office investigating Conergy

A picture of a Conergy solar installation in Germany.

According to a report in the daily newspaper "Handelsblatt", the public prosecutor’s office in Hamburg has set its sights on eight former managers of the Hamburg photovoltaic company.


Samsung announces increased solar focus

Samsung solar photovoltaic modules with "Samsung takes on the solar challenge" slogan

Samsung has said that it plans to invest USD$5.5 billion in the development of solar technology and production by 2020.


One stop PV thin film coating moves one step closer

Photo of thin film photovoltaic roofing shingles.

German research institute deposits CIG cells simultaneously on micrometer thin polymer film, without compromising photovoltaic efficiency.


Solyndra completes 3 MW rooftop PV system in Belgium

Belgium 3MW solar photovoltaic project with Solyndra panels

Solyndra International AG has announced the completion of a three megawatt (MW) rooftop photovoltaic system in Belgium. It is said to be the company’s largest project to date.


Bosch realizes 5 MW UK solar park

Construction gets underway on Bosch's 5 MW solar photovoltaic park in UK

On the same day as it was announced that the country will significantly slash its solar incentives from August 1, Bosch Solar Energy AG reports that it has completed work on one of the UK’s biggest photovoltaic parks.


India: Details emerge as to T-Solar and Astonfield’s solar partnership

Two executives stand in front of solar panels.

A strategy to develop 200 megawatts (MW) of installed photovoltaic capacity in India in the next two to four years has become clear in an ongoing European-Indian solar partnership.


India looks set to dominate at Intersolar Europe

Intersolar 2010 crowd shot at registration desks in Munich

The 20th Intersolar Europe has opened its doors today in Munich. While the trade show floors are still quite empty, word on the street is that, spurred on by China’s progress, India is getting ready to significantly ramp up its...


Conergy boss struck by lightening

Lightening against a purple background

Conergy’s CFO, Sebastian Biedenkopf has had a lucky escape after being struck by lightening.


Australia: Government backtrack pleases solar groups

Solar protests in Sydney.

Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) state government has decided against cutting the solar rebate after weeks of campaigning by members of the country’s solar industry.


Phoenix to build 3 MW PV plant for EON

Phoenix Solar photovoltaic park for EON 1.5MW France

Phoenix Solar AG has announced that it will build a three megawatt (MW) photovoltaic power plant for E.ON Climate & Renewables.


1.5 MW Greek PV park under construction

Conergy solar photovoltaic park in Drama, Greece

Conergy is currently constructing a 1.5 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic park in Arta, 400 kilometers north west of Athens, Greece.


Italy: 9Ren grid connects 16 PV plants

9Ren solar photovoltaic plant in Italy

Spanish company 9Ren has connected 16 photovoltaic plants worth a total of 25 megawatts (MW) to Italy’s grid over the past two weeks.


GCL-Poly and Goldpoly to build 300 MW wafer plant

Quanzhou City, China

GCL-Poly (Suzhou) New Energy Limited and Goldpoly New Energy Holdings Limited will build a 300 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic wafer plant in Quanzhou, China.


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