The PV heavyweights are back in the headlines this week with the news that China and the U.S. have agreed a climate deal, SolarCity has tightened its grip on residential solar, and Hanergy's woes continue.
A state agency has moved to procure 100% renewable energy for state buildings in the capitol, with plans to expand this to government buildings statewide.
India goes all-out for clean energy, the U.K. receives further scorn for its regressive solar stance, and Spain serves up a timely reminder of its prowess, despite recent cuts.
The British tycoon has addressed a UN gathering in New York, calling for money raised from a global carbon tax to be poured into a "big innovation pot" to develop greater solar and wind power.
The installation scheme is aimed at developers and residents of affordable housing projects and neighborhoods in California as SolarCity moves to widen access to affordable energy to more people.
Combination of solar PV, wind and bioenergy saw the U.K. renewables mix supply more power to the national grid in the second quarter of the year than coal for the first time ever; solar doubles to 8 GW in space of year.
The 2 MWh battery system has been connected to a 10 MW solar PV plant in Catania, making it Italy's inaugural large-scale solar+storage project.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) issues Expression of Interest call for phase three of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park; third project has capacity of 800 MW.
The vertically integrated solar firm will deliver 30 MW of panels to Qingdao New Energy Solutions Inc. this year, with the remaining 100 MW due before the end of 2016.
Renewable energy firm UGE teams with energy financer Blue Sky Energy Efficiency and real estate service firm JLL to devise financial package for Chinese businesses keen on installing rooftop solar.
XiAn Longi Silicon signs a memorandum of understanding for the creation of a solar cell and manufacturing facility in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh; 500 MW solar farm also in pipeline.
Climate advocate and former U.S. VP tells audience at Green Alliance/CBI event that he does not understand the U.K. government's decision to cut renewable energy subsidies.
National Democratic Alliance considers 40% renewable energy goal for 2030, target would require 250 GW of solar PV capacity by that date, and 100 GW of wind power.
Sunrun, the former mayor of Tempe and two former commissioners are asking three members of the Arizona Corporation Commission to bow out of a decision on solar fees.
World's largest provider of data center services signs five-year PPA with SunEdison for majority of energy from the company's 150 MW Imperial Valley solar farm, due for completion in 2016.
Shams PV inverter line commences production, boasting 1 GW capacity and the first to comply with Saudi Arabian local content regulations. Line owned by Advanced Electronics Company.
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