Entergy Louisiana reports that it has exceeded a cap on net metered solar, and will halt the program. This will sharply impact the 10th-largest residential market in the United States.
Two Chinese PV projects, totaling 30 MW and 20 MW respectively, have received Hanwha SolarOne modules.
The Swiss manufacturer installs 127 of its central inverters in five large-scale solar projects in the London area.
Police are reportedly investigating the energy giant's activities in the country's PV solar sector. CEZ's 2010 acquisition of a large-scale PV plant also attracted attention from authorities, according to media reports.
After years of slow progress, concentrated PV solar is gaining momentum and installations will grow at double-digit percentages annually through 2020, according to a new IHS report.
The organization that spearheaded opposition to the EU's anti-dumping case against Chinese PV manufacturers is joining the SETI Alliance following resolution of the trade dispute.
Greentech Media's solar conference in San Diego, California, examines the latest financial, technological and political devleopments in the fast-growing U.S. market.
Costing close to $40 million, the project acquired from Good Energy will become one of the U.K.'s largest PV plants once complete.
The third quarter of 2013 saw the U.S. install 930 MW of PV capacity, according to a joint report by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM Research.
German law firm Rödl & Partner has pointed out importers will be liable to pay duties on any Chinese-made mislabelled solar products. The warning follows last week's definitive EU verdict.
Chinese module maker Trina welcomes the EU anti dumping and anti subsidy decision. Trina is one of the signatories to the deal thrashed out by Karel de Gucht.
A newswire story reporting the development quotes an Heraeus VP talking of Singapore's 'lean management' benefits. The report claims Heraeus' Hanau unit will focus on technical service and operations.
The Chinese manufacturer says the 8.7 MW project in Durango is just the first phase of an eventual 200 MW 'mega-project'. The Durango project is expected to open in the first quarter of 2014.
French electricity utility EDF's renewables arm has signed a JV with Indian solar company Acme. The Acme Solar JV is aiming to develop an initial portfolio of 200 MW in the country.
The three-year, $1.5 million research project brings together scientists from Loughborough University, Imperial College London and Aerial mapping company Bluesky to assess the U.K.'s PV potential.
The German developer has had its BB+ credit rating suspended. The move comes after Friday's loss of a major project development contract.
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