Data from the Department of Energy and Climate Change reveals some 125,000 homes added solar to their rooftops last year, triggering latest FIT reduction.
In his annual State of the Union speech delivered to Congress and the nation Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama highlighted the rapid expansion of solar power in the United States since he moved into the White House.
On the same day that former U.S. Vice President Al Gore expressed optimism that an agreement on greenhouse gas emissions would be reached in Paris later this year, Jake Werksman, the European Union's lead negotiator in these...
Organisers of the Milan trade show say there are signs of a recovery in Italian PV. Inverter maker Fronius and Chinese giant Jinko Solar are making all the right noises.
The president of the module business, which has become the world's biggest, has been promoted to the Trina Solar board. The Chinese giant also added a new independent director.
Falling oil prices have the potential to harm the uptake of solar-diesel hybrid systems, according to research from German consultancy firm THEnergy.
World Energy Council report cites oil price plunge and falling cost of renewables as most critical issue facing energy policymakers in 2015.
The ultra-low LCOE agreed for the latest phase of Dubai's 1 GW project is not typical but may point to an expectation of further falls in panel prices up to 2018.
Three engineers from the power and automation company will work alongside the Solar Impulse team as it embarks on its solar-powered circumnavigation of the globe.
SolarAid's parent company has teamed up with East African Solar to form Solarcentury in East Africa, a venture to design and build installations in the area.
Winning tender announced for second phase of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. The Dubai scheme will have a 1 GW capacity by 2030.
ZNShine sells off majority stake in project in Xinjiang in return for EPC contract for next phase of 50 MW scheme.
Foreign manufacturers could move in as domestic manufacturers struggle to meet rising demand driven by EVs. Samsung, LG and Foxconn are already making significant investments.
A German district court has opened insolvency proceedings for Photon Laboratory GmbH. A creditor filed a claim against the PV testing lab as early as June.
Industrial prototypes of above 20% efficient HIT modules produced in Russia. News comes as Chinese company plans cell and module manufacture on Russian soil.
The first few weeks of 2015 have seen India's solar industry grab the headlines, but can the momentum be sustained throughout the year and beyond?
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