The Korean group announces project that will see the small islet of Jukdo turned into a 100% solar-powered community, replacing the four diesel generators that currently provide power.
Thin-film manufacturer PTiP and Germany's Singulus have taken their first step in realizing an ambitious vision of creating a prosperous CIGS production industry in South Africa.
U.S. noteholders have secured a pledge to have their obligations treated on an equal footing with non-U.S. creditors. Suntech can now continue with Cayman Islands liquidation proceedings.
The plant will be located at a former golf club in the Japanese prefecture, with completion scheduled for March 2015.
Ambitious GCL has warned shareholders it expects another loss for 2013. Plans for 1 GW of project development are a sign of the company's hopes 2014 will bring salvation.
Russia is embracing solar power despite reduced government forecasts for PV development. Federal regions and neigboring CIS countries are ramping up ambitious PV plans.
Six publicly-owned bodies in India have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop the world's biggest solar project. The first phase of the 4 GW Sambhur scheme will be complete within three years.
The three-dimensional solar cell developer has purchased California-based Solar United Networks Inc. (SUNworks).
The country's PV trade association is mobilizing the public for a series of demonstrations across the country this spring in a call to arms against the current government.
Financed by New Zealand's Sustainable Energy Services and NETcon, the Bamyan Renewable Energy Programme will supply energy to 2,500 households, businesses and government buildings.
The MacBook would use a PV unit to generate electricity, according to the company's patent application.
German renewable energy group juwi has found its dynamic duo in Stephan Hansen and Dirk Retzlaff, who will oversee business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Green Charge Networks' intelligent energy storage solutions complement solar PV, electric vehicle charging and energy efficiency strategies.
The Chinese solar giant says its close cooperation with state-owned enterprises ensures long-term development of its downstream business across China.
Solar employment grew 10 times faster than the national average employment growth rate of 1.9% last year, according to a report by The Solar Foundation.
The global solar power company has shipped 508 MW of PV modules to Japan, claiming a 7% share of the market and becoming the largest foreign solar brand.
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