The president of the Coalition for Affordable Solar Energy (CASE) challenges SolarWorld to explain Qatar Solar Technologies' 29% stake in the company.
The Chinese solar company will supply its high efficiency modules to the 2 MW solar rooftop project in Amman, the nation's capital.
Spanish solar company Grupo Clavijo will provide trackers for the project, which is due to be connected in May this year.
A non-recourse debt financing arrangement will fund SunEdison's entry into the U.K. with four new utility-scale solar PV projects.
Following a White House call for WTO investigations into India's domestic content requirements, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has instructed officials to block all attempts to examine trade practices.
Expectation for double-digit growth this year is high, according to those exhibitors at the show that pv magazine spoke with.
Conergy has opened a new branch office in Tokyo and secured an 830 kW PV project as it seeks to expand operations in the Japanese growth market.
The deal with its Shaanxi partner allows the Norwegian-U.S. group to establish a major beachhead in the world's biggest solar market without having to use current assets or raise additional funds.
The Chinese solar power company will supply modules to seven projects in the U.K., each being developed by Grid Essence U.K. Ltd.
The Arizona solar company improved its annual earnings, although delayed projects and a write-off on its idle Vietnam fab dampened full-year and fourth-quarter results.
The new European powerhouse merges leading inverter and automated drive technologies while looking to expand global operations in a bold move that signals confidence in the solar sector.
Changing market dynamics and shrinking state incentive programs led to larger players grabbing a bigger share of the EPC pie last year while medium-sized integrators struggled with the increasing burden of cost.
Improving market conditions and cost reductions have boosted the newly independent REC Solar's bottom line.
The Spanish engineering group is widening its footprint in the U.S. market, where it's also constructing a 265 MW project for AES Solar.
The Ontario-based module manufacturer, which has impressed solar developers with its equipment, is following up a major North Carolina project with a large installation in Japan.
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