It’s been a week of broken records and big investments for the global solar industry. The Indian market still looks unstoppable, while Tesla continue to make big moves in the U.S. industry, despite not yet knowing if and when...
The two firms have signed a non-binding letter of intent to collaborate on the production of solar modules and cells at Tesla's Buffalo facility. Deal rests on completion of Tesla's SolarCity acquisition.
The German solar monitoring group hopes to tap into China's fast-growing PV market.
The Ludwigshafen-based engineering, procurement and construction firm is expanding its operations from the declining U.K. across the pond to the bustling U.S. market.
Massachusetts’s first utility scale storage project got underway this week in the town of Sterling. The battery is being supplied to the Sterling Municipal Light Department (SMLD) by NEC Energy Solutions.
Citing alleged violations of the minimum import price agreement with Chinese PV manufacturers, the European Commission has moved to remove Huashun China and Seraphim China from the undertaking. Another three producers have...
California based developers Sungevity have announced a partnership with Canada’s largest solar energy reseller, Solar Brokers Canada. The two will team up to market Sungevity’s products to residential customers in the USA.
The moment of truth is coming for the consolidation of Elon Musk’s clean energy empire.
California based developer Sunworks this week announced the appointment of Charles E. Cunningham as managing director. The appointment is a strategic move to develop Sunworks federal solar business.
Germany's Federal Network Agency, which oversees the country's solar auctions and renewable energy incentive regulation, announced on Wednesday the first mutually opened auction for ground-mounted PV installations with Denmark.
Arizona based Fluidic Energy this week unveiled plans to bring its long duration Zinc air battery to the US residential market.
In its latest Global PV Tracker report, GTM Research says China and India will experience the most significant growth in the coming years.
The European Commission's trade measures have been ruinous for European manufacturers, led to the loss of thousands of jobs and stymied growth in the sector, members of SolarPower Europe argue in a letter to Brussels.
Alterra Power and Inovateus have secured a US$8.9 million construction loan from 1st Source Bank for the Kokomo solar project. The project is approximately 7 MW and located in Kokomo, Indiana.
The Toronto-based company is launching a joint venture with Manaf Freighters that will use its unique airships to provide critical cargo, such as food, clothing, medical supplies and basic necessities, to remote areas.
The Durch firm has booked 22 ALD system orders since its inception in 2010.
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