The acquisition of Wuxi Suntech's manufacturing facilities transformed Shunfeng into a tier 1 player overnight but the ambitious company was staring down the barrel three months ago.
The development bank has provided a grant of $420,000 to support technical development, due diligence and advisory systems in the country.
Analysis by the Centre for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) reveals 320,000 new electric vehicle registrations in 2014 as car battery suppliers hit $2.17 billion in revenue.
Firm to use money to help develop its Smart Off-Grid technology.
In 2015 single-axis tracker installations will exceed fixed-tilt installations in the Americas for the first time, according to the research group.
The leading Japanese battery provider is teaming up with domestic players Energetik and Solare Datensysteme to launch a new residential energy storage solution in Germany.
Italian developer has started work on three of the four solar projects awarded it under a 2013 tender. Work is proceeding despite the struggles of utility Eskom to accommodate new projects in its grid.
The solar eclipse was on everybody's lips as expectant eyes turned to Italy and Germany to see how the grids would cope, while elsewhere it was a tale of R&D breakthroughs, bold solar targets and even a dramatic fire.
Utility ComEd will introduce microgrids, EV chargers, community solar and voltage optimization but new billing policy could prove controversial.
Latest degression of the country's generous subsidy rate is larger than in previous years as Japan's METI brings to an end three-year period of premium rates.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy urges each of India's states to present clear policies for solar energy to the government.
A multi-year alliance agreement will see LG Chem roll out its commercial and microgrid storage systems in collaboration with Ideal Power's power conversion technology.
The Chinese PV developer will partner with Aqua Clean Energy on the co-development of floating PV projects in four U.S. states as well as Mexico.
Like the rest of Europe, Germany is bracing for its own version of Black Friday: Higher wholesale electricity prices, increased costs for reserve power and compensation in case of PV plant shutdowns are all in the cards.
Solar power loss expected to be minimal, but event offers unprecedented opportunity to assess the impact of small oscillations on national grids across affected areas in Europe.
The Swiss company, which recently completed its majority owned 70 MW Salvador solar park in Chile, posted a 60% increase in net losses last year as revenue fell 8%.
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