The British PV developer will design and install the hybrid solar system for the London Distillers building in Athi River, Kenya, breaking further ground in a country where Solarcentury’s presence is growing.
Some industry representatives have raised more than a big question mark as to what the future holds for the production of thin film modules. A quick spot check shows, however, that things are developing and progressing swiftly...
The Chinese PV group says it is accelerating the development of its downstream business globally in order to further improve profitability and optimize the company's financial structure.
The German PV company has established an ambitious beachhead in Japan with a number of large-scale projects while realizing another major PV installation in India.
The bill would set up a $1 million program aimed at creating more than 1,250 new solar and hot water projects across the state.
The tech giant snaps up New Mexico-based Titan Aerospace, a startup that is developing unmanned, solar-powered jets designed to fly nonstop for years at a time.
Further duties on modules assembled in China and on Taiwanese solar components would increase U.S. pricing as firms pass added costs onto customers or outsource production to higher-cost regions, according to GTM Research.
While still posting losses, the Norwegian company appears to have reversed its declines. Despite a challenging market, the company warily predicts that things will get better.
UN analysis finds total shift away from fossil fuels will have minimal impact on economic growth while averting feared 2C temperature increase by 2050.
The future of the ambitious, multi-billion dollar-project to generate renewable energy in the MENA region in order to supply Europe appears to be in doubt following the exit of major German partners.
Trina Solar and Yingli have both revised their predictions for Q1 2014. The newer figures show heavier decreases than forecast.
Members of the public in the New South Wales town of Tathra have been invited to purchase solar panels on a 50 kW array, which will be arranged to spell out the word "Imagine."
The Solarex confab in Istanbul came to a close on Saturday with an optimistic outlook for the Turkish PV market. Numerous companies reported increased activity and qualified interest.
The Solarex confab in Istanbul, which runs through Saturday, is enjoying bustling attendance, with a slew of international companies showcasing products and services. German equipment manufacturers in particular have reported...
The Chinese company is expanding its activities in Turkey, which it sees as a "major hub for the booming Turkish, developing Middle East and established European markets."
Poland, which generates some 90 percent of its electricity from coal plants, is seeking to increase renewable energy to at least 15 percent by 2020 in order to meet EU targets.
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