The U.S. subsidiary of the Japanese CIS solar specialist has seen construction begin on two large-scale U.S. solar projects in California's Imperial County.
Growth of the U.K.'s commercial rooftop solar sector is hindered by a lack of governmental appetite for the segment, argues Jeremy Leggett.
Franco Traverso's recently launched company will begin manufacturing new high-efficiency bifacial solar cells by the end of 2014, reaching an annual capacity of 80 MW next year.
The Australian Federal Parliament voted to scrap the country's carbon price last week, causing concerns as to the future of PV in the country. However, the Australian Solar Council says that the move won't halt the growth of...
The Land Art Generator Initiative seeks to promote collective action in support of reneawble energy. The Energy Duck would generate electricity 24 hours a day and serve as an educational visitor center.
Gross proceeds of at least US$500 million are expected from TerraForm Power's IPO. The company has an initial portfolio of 808 MW of solar PV projects in three continents.
Hanwha Q CELLS Japan reassures customers that its products, applications and solutions are not subject to the lawsuit filed against the company by Kyocera.
The polysilicon producer reported strong revenues of $126.8 million in the second quarter of 2014, boosting profit after a loss-making Q1.
The updated list of Chinese companies that meet the entrance requirements for the PV industry has now risen to 161 in total.
Hot on the heels of its World Cup success, Germany claims another accolade as it is crowned most energy efficient major economy. U.S. lags behind in 13th place.
Government plans to create six energy-related businesses, one of which will focus exclusively on kickstarting the country's solar rental market.
Deal sees the Japanese technical giant acquire the fifth-largest inverter supplier in the U.S., becoming the only company to feature in the top 10 of the world's two biggest inverter markets.
The Chinese industrial giant is investing $90 million in its first factory in Brazil. The facility will manufacture electric buses and batteries as well as solar panels and energy storage systems.
The solar manufacturer will partner with Bajaj Finance to offer interest-free financing for solar installations costing less than $4,000.
The company can analyze sites and find ways to build solar parks on land where landowners may not realize it's possible, says Greenpower Capital Senior Vice President Jeff Talbert.
The financing agreement is seen as key to helping San Carlos Solar Energy deliver a larger portfolio of projects to meet the Philippines' growing needs for daytime power and to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels.
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