Ted Spooner, a visiting fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) speaks to pv magazine about PV safety issues, following a recent spate of systems being disconnected from the Australian grid.
The 5th SNEC PV got off to a successful start in Shanghai, China yesterday. Following speculation earlier this year that the spot price for polysilicon is set to increase, attention at the trade show turned to the Chinese...
Eighty five percent of PV cells will be produced in Asia by the end of the year, according to IMS Research. Last year, it estimates that nearly 80 percent of PV modules were produced there.
Germany-based Solarwatt has announced its entry into the UK. Seemingly undeterred by the country’s recent feed-in tariff fallout, the company believes the market is set to grow "enormously".
According to SolarWorld head, Frank Asbeck, the German company intends to place a greater focus on foreign markets. He adds that it will continue to be able to compete with Asian PV companies.
Samsung Fine Chemicals (SFC) and MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. are to establish a polysilicon facility in Korea under a new joint venture (JV).
The Indian Government has revised its benchmark costs for PV systems, effective from April 1, 2011.
Under a new amendment, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) will no longer issue microFIT or FIT capacity allocation exempt (CAE) contracts for smaller PV projects, until it has been confirmed that there is available grid space.
Following the UK's announcement that it will bring its FIT review forward by one year, representatives from EPIA gathered in London to urge the Government to "act very carefully".
New research reveals polysilicon, wafer, cell and module prices will continue to decline, with smaller companies expected to suffer the biggest price drop. However, the PV polysilicon market is forecast to grow nearly 20 percent...
Schott AG has raised its sales revenues by 26 percent to €2.85 billion in fiscal 2009/2010. Having performed particularly well, the company’s solar subsidiary is looking to strengthen its global activities.
Following an increase in Ontario’s domestic content rule, there are many new opportunities for photovoltaic (PV) equipment manufacturers. However, installers are dissatisfied with module brands.
Ashden award winner d.light and UK-based Christian Aid have joined forces to deliver a micro finance program designed to bring solar lighting to 4,400 rural households in India this year.
When Obama spoke of a 2035 clean energy goal during his State of the Union address, a big question on everyone’s mind was how he could achieve that. The answer, in part, is a new initiative called SunShot, which his energy chief...
Under a new agreement, EuPD Research will provide the British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) with strategic advice for furthering the UK solar industry. It will also update the BPVA on global PV market developments.
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