Gamesa has installed a prototype of its 2 MW off-grid system, combining solar, wind, diesel-fueled power generation and energy storage batteries, in La Muela municipality, Spain.
The project is the latest in a slew of projects boosting business for the Ontario-based company.
Solar accounted for more than 50% of new capacity installed between January and March. The number of new grid-connected plants reached 47 in the period, down from 66 a year ago.
The solar facility is located in Kern County and was commissioned by local utility Southern Company via its subsidiary Southern Power, and Turner Renewable Energy.
The Chinese company says it expects some 50% of the projects selected in the recent rounds of public tenders to use locally made modules powered by cells supplied by Yingli.
Church bodies increasingly look towards renewable energy to understand the world and promote environmental justice.
The predicted Q1 falls from Yingli and Trina Solar are to be expected, says IHS, as solar companies continue to fall on the market.
The company is seeking to get $200 million in funding as it seeks to take advantage of the generous tax system proffered by the state.
Although antidumping fines on Chinese module suppliers will almost certainly create U.S. panel price hikes, the prospect of a shortage is unlikely, say the analysts.
The fourth solar farm from the German renewable energy developer is located in the Welsh village of Whitland.
The energy company will collaborate with Danica Pension to deliver 6 MW of rooftop PV capacity in Denmark.
The fund is set to begin with eight projects, with a further 200 MW planned. The news comes following a disappointing week for funds specialising in renewable energy.
Report commissioned by Germany's Agora Energiewende reveals that new solar and wind plants are able to generate cheaper low-carbon power than the most modern nuclear reactors.
A forthcoming Solar Summit hosted by the White House will outline government support for solar initiatives, including a $15 million PV pathway fund.
The troubled German solar company announced today the results of yesterday's extraordinary AGM meeting, revealing it will trade as AS Abwicklung und Solar-Service AG from April 30.
The electronics giant is revamping production for a new PV module design and expanding capacity. LG Electronics' total capacity is expected to reach 600 MW by the end of 2015.
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