The UK government kills solar, Hanergy falls out with itself and Yingli attracts a somewhat egregious class action lawsuit, but at least there was some good news out of India.
United PV strengthens fundraising powers of its board and GCL Poly rolls over convertible shares. Actions to shore up solar stocks continue.
Canadian developer will sign deal at trade summit in Nairobi on Sunday. The pipeline will cover the next five years and follows recent 6 GW commitments in Egypt and Nigeria.
New 6.4 kWh storage system approaches $1,000/kWh price point. And the RESU is available within weeks, unlike the sold-out Powerwall.
National renewables auction hugely oversubscribed. PV project bids outpace 18 GW of wind schemes.
Complex Chinese company issues a typically opaque stock market update. Supply deal to supply itself with its own panels has been torn up.
Indian manufacturer Rolta Power and Chinese counterpart Zhenfa want two per cent of India's 100 GW, five-year market. The two companies have reportedly signed an MoU.
Power and steam from new plant will be used in manufacture of polysilicon. GCL Poly says today's opening will drive down price further.
Definitive merger agreement with SunEdison yieldco vehicle TerraForm Power will see the company acquire Vivint Solar's 523 MW U.S. residential PV portfolio.
Troubled manufacturer is accused of misleading potential investors. Chinese giant was unable to borrow from lenders, say claimants.
Canadian company Sunvault receives letter of intent. Edmonton company uses graphene-based supercapacitor technology developed at UCLA.
Chinese manufacturer reveals few details about 22.5 MW contract wins. Renesola also refused to reveal its Japanese solar ambitions.
Canadian company agrees $0.08 price for Madhya Pradesh plants. The deal puts pressure on Indian subsidy regime.
Taiwanese show booth's energy saving measures would reduce consumption by 75% for two-storey building in China. Shunfeng has promised similar city-wide solutions.
It's all about the batteries, stupid! Plus Yingli shift some stock, solar betrays its working class roots and watch Thailand go.
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