Research from GlobalData suggests the market will experience rapid decline in investment as energy sectors respond to subsidy changes.
The Chinese solar manufacturer has partnered with local clean energy developer Push Energy on the development of four large-scale PV plants.
Leading players are in expansion mode as end markets continue to grow. The capacity additions indicate there will also be no supply shortage next year, says IHS' Stefan de Haan.
The country's rooftop sector is expected to grow even larger than the mega solar segment. First Solar is positioning itself for "the long-term picture."
The international solar industry will expand to 65.5 GW annual installed capacity by 2019, with average annual growth of 8%, according to a new report by Lux Research.
China's PV giant shipped close to 1 GW of solar modules in the second quarter, as booming U.S. market increases revenue by 16.8%.
The Japanese electronics company revealed as only solar firm to rank as performance leader in all six testing categories by PV Evolution Labs.
By deciding not to decide on whether or not to levy anti-dumping duties, India's Ministry of Finance has sided with solar project developers rather than the Ministry of Commerce.
pv magazine examines Latin America's growing solar industries in a broad-ranging look at the region in the upcoming September issue. With Intersolar South America kicking off on Tuesday, we offer here a timely excerpt.
The North Carolina company is looking for investors to buy projects of 20 MW and larger upon delivery with no upfront risk or financing.
The Norwegian group is set to apply for a listing on the Oslo Stock Exchange and launch an initial public offering in an effort to increase capital for further growth.
The agreement is the largest utility-scale order to date in the U.S. for the Norwegian solar company. REC has already doubled its U.S. order intake over the past 12 months.
The telecommunications giant is investing $40 million to expand its green energy capacity and increase its total solar capacity to 25 MW this year.
The Chinese company's Switzerland-based SPI subsidiary is now solvent and under the operational control of its board of directors.
The move is expected to result in 3 GW of solar by 2023, enough to power 400,000 homes, by using a megawatt block system to more efficiently deploy solar subsidies.
The power and automation technologies group provided TRIO solar inverters and its Plant Portfolio Manager monitoring system for the PV installation.
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