IKEA starts selling home PV systems; First Solar reports solid year-to-year growth in Q1; Solar Impulse returns to the skies. Good news is not boring in the solar world.
TerniEnergia announced that it has completed the first of its two “giant” PV projects in South Africa.
Kyocera cites weak domestic sales in its fiscal year 2016 results, which may be part of a larger market decline.
The American solar manufacturer and project builder delivered healthy revenues and margins, building on recent technology improvements and good conditions in its chief markets.
Masdar has recently completed a number of PV-diesel on-grid projects in Egypt and installed 7,000 off-grid PV systems across the country.
This will be the slowest growth in the last five years, despite a boom in the U.S. market.
EnergyTrend expects prices to continue rising through the first half of May, citing rising wafer demand and stricter enforcement of import duties.
The deal includes the sale of two solar PV projects under development and contracts for the supply of 350 GWh annually. Colbún and SunEdison have also signed an agreement for the supply of 200 GWh annually from one PV project.
The new product range, with enhanced features, has been launched at the same time as a Crowdcube crowdfunding campaign offering the opportunity to invest in the company as the storage market is expected to grow exponential.
The Chinese company achieved an impressive 23.5% efficiency for its large-area Interdigitated Back Contact mono-crystalline silicon solar cell, to go with the company’s other efficiency records.
RES Distributed will build projects at 15 customer sites for one of the largest rural electric cooperatives in the United States.
Deputy crown prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman announced the “Saudi Arabia Vision 2030” paper today, which targets 9.5 GW of renewable energy, but doesn’t specify a timeframe or which renewables will be...
Reports have surfaced that Italian companies Genesis and Dynkun have signed a memorandum of understanding with officials from Iran’s northwestern Qazvin province, for 100 PV plants of 10 MW each.
It is good news for the Chinese inverter manufacturer, which has shown that its popularity is growing in many different markets worldwide, now supplying the largest volume of PV inverters globally.
GTM Research analysis of a Tesla filing shows that the company expects to sell a larger volume of batteries to Tesla than was represented by the entire behind-the-meter market last year.
Permission has been granted to U.K. solar park developer Hadstone Energy for a 46 MW site, which will be the largest in Northern Ireland.
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