The two solar specialists to partner on the distribution of Silevo's 18.5% efficient c-Si solar modules.
Japanese companies Solar Frontier and Chopro are banding together to build a 29 MW facility adjoining the airport in Nagasaki.
Monthly stock report shows impressive uptick for the Arizona company, while SunPower continues to create a buzz.
Chinese manufacturer Solargiga has reported a slowing in its operating loss for 2013, suggesting that the company is bouncing back after a disastrous 2012.
Positive financial year underlined by expansion into French market and revenue increase of Eur 57 million ($78.5 million).
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The president of EU ProSun has reacted angrily to today’s report from The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, accusing the continent’s leaders of not doing enough to promote renewable energy.
The U.S. conglomerate will invest in the Setouchi-based solar power project, which will cost an estimated $777 million and become Japan’s largest once complete.
The rapid expansion of the solar market in China and Japan is off-setting the decline across Europe, according to analysts IHS.
The German solar PV company reported a consolidated loss of €10.7 million ($14.7 million) last year, down from €37.3 million in 2012.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Black Sea Trade Development Bank are to work together to finance EDP Renovaveis’s (EDPR) building of 50 MW of solar plants in Romania.
Strong start to 2014 follows encouraging 2013 in which the company significantly reduced its consolidated net loss from the previous year.
Figures from GTM Research suggest the market is evolving from niche sector to successful, growing segment of the solar industry.
The Senate of the U.S. state voted unanimously 46-0 to boost state tax credits for solar PV installations.
Chinese polysilicon and wafer supplier GCL-Poly has signed a credit facility agreement with the China Development Bank in order to further develop its domestic solar farm business.
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