The acquisition by the U.S. utility holding company follows on earlier moves to enter the rooftop PV market.
The Abu Dhabi owner of thin-film manufacturer Masdar PV has announced the closure of its production plant in Germany. The Thuringian Development Bank is reviewing a possible refund of subsidy funding.
Laos based Sunlabob will work with Myanmar's Relitec to develop the country's solar market. Less than 30% of Myanmar's 60-million population are thought to have access to electricity.
While the Turkish government is on track to build its first nuclear power plant and a massive new coal-fired facility, the World Bank sees great "renewable potential" in the country.
India special report: The Indian Ministry of Commerce rejected a call for the state aid provided by the U.S. Export-Import Bank to American exporters to be used in the calculation of a fair price for U.S. solar goods.
India special report: Ministry of Commerce officials classed the original three anti dumping complainants as the only Indian solar companies not to have benefited from importing dumped goods from the U.S., China, Taiwan and...
India special report: The Chinese-Canadian company attempted to argue its panels should be excluded from the anti-dumping investigation because of differences between them and Indian-made products.
Finance Minister Hani Kadri Demian: "We are seriously working on adopting any project enabling Egypt to use renewable energy and achieve extreme savings in fuels."
India special report: One of the cornerstone arguments of opponents to the imposition of anti-dumping duties on Chinese, Taiwanese, U.S. and Malaysian products in India was that thin film should be excluded from the investigation.
The 50 MW plant, the largest PV installation yet in New Mexico, is the third project First Solar has sold to Southern Power and Turner Renewable Energy.
Five Chinese producers offered an EU-style minimum price commitment to try to ward off AD duties in India. The Indian authorities said such an arrangement would be 'impractical to monitor.'
The veteran investor's news agency is running a report highlighting the employment cost of federal uncertainty over production tax credits. The report calls on state legislators to resist attacks on renewables policies.
The two PV plants from German EPC contractor IdeemaSun add further capacity to Europe's most dynamic PV markets.
Solar energy storage systems of less than 10 kW are now exempt from interconnection fees in a new ruling that will offer a boost for PV in the state.
The solar project, located at the Changoi Tea Farm, is one of the largest in East Africa. The installation marks British solar company's growing international activities in emerging markets.
Budgeted at $180 million, the two projects will generate some 254 gigawatt hours a year -- the equivalent of 143,000 Chilean households.
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