Analysis by IHS reveals how the three solar firms captured almost half of the operations and maintenance market last year, which grew to more than $300 million.
Archipelago nation to reopen bids for $55 million of renewable energy projects including 86 small solar arrays.
Global PV module revenues from leading suppliers reached a three-year high in Q4 2014, according to data published by market analysts IHS today. Total shipments reached US$5.9 billion, the highest since Q3 2011.
The 550 MW project, which uses First Solar's thin-film modules, was inaugurated yesterday during gathering of 150 federal, state and local officials.
The Taiwanese solar cell manufacturer may merge its operation or seek to relocate as the company aims to stay competitive in face of stinging US tariffs.
The US utility has snapped up a majority share of REC Solar's commercial business, confirms it will invest $225 million in commercial projects.
The US tracker company announces funding benchmark on back of growth that saw manufacturing capacity double.
The German equipment supplier confirms delivery of the $22.5 million order will take place in the current business year.
This month, ABB will roll out its PRO-33 string inverter globally, in what it says is an important indication of Power-One's successful integration into the global company.
The U.S. renewable energy developer will begin work on the installation towards the end of this year having been awarded the contract by Scatec Solar.
Report by energy research company Wood Mackenzie points to solar as the one technology with the capacity to transform energy markets in same way shale did.
First bids for the controversial new renewables subsidy scheme received. Successful applicants to be identified on Feb 20.
Obama lends a hand, Germany shows its hand, oil's price volatility gets out of hand, and it's all hands on deck as pv magazine's web servers go awol: welcome to our latest weekly news digest.
The new record for cadmium-telluride cell conversion efficiency certified at the Newport Corporation's Technology and Applications Center lab boosts First Solar's research roadmap.
Merger announced in December finalized today as Hanwha SolarOne completes 100% purchase of outstanding share capital of Hanwha Q Cells.
Proposal includes development of multiple large-scale PV plants across the state of Virginia, each to be operational by 2020.
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