New analysis predicts that total solar industry revenues are set to reach $137.02 billion by 2020, doubling 2013 revenues of $59.84. Greenhouse gas reduction, energy self-sufficiency and security are drivers of the industry's...
The deal by a French installer to provide solar PV systems equipped with microinverter systems for a major French home builder may be the beginning of broader adoption of the technology in Europe.
The new Renewable Energy Act requires renewable electricity producers to sell on the market. The law also calls for a pilot tender program for ground-mounted solar installations.
The polysilicon manufacturer says that special income from retained advanced payments and damages will swell the company's EBITDA figures for 2014.
Boosted by the acquistion of Suntech, the Chinese group is looking to expand operations in the U.S. and Asia and has slated $74 million for investment in 100 MW of projects in Japan.
Study by the WWF finds Germany and U.K. are among biggest coal consumers in EU, with four German coal plants among the region's five dirtiest.
The solar developer will supply more than 450,000 modules for the project, as well as providing engineering, procurement and construction services.
American high efficiency mono and polycrystalline cell and module manufacturer Suniva has announced that it will begin construction of a new 200 MW manufacturing facility, in the state of Michigan. Suniva will begin construction...
EPIA CEO James Watson says deeds, not rhetoric, will determine Jean-Claude Juncker's impact on the development of renewable energy in the European Union.
Legally binding target to cut carbon emissions by 80% will be upheld during the period 2023 to 2027, says U.K. Energy Secretary Ed Davey.
The Indian government has issued guidelines for the installation of up to 1.5 GW of solar power plants -- the largest tender issued so far -- as part of the second phase of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM).
Employing the company's hybrid SolarMills, the 80 kW installation will generate more than 106,000 kilowatt hours a year for leading Kingston law firm Myers, Fletcher & Gordon.
The country's Energy Market Authority has announced that the 600 MWp 'hard cap' on solar energy will be replaced by a dynamic pathway that will allow more solar to be fed to the grid.
The latest report from the Center for Renewable Energy has found a huge jump in project starts over the last month. These numbers are similar to GTM Research's estimates.
Satisfactory resolution of the company's annual general meeting 2014 culminates in the announcement of a 50 MW solar module delivery order.
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