The carving up of SunEdison’s holdings has formally begun.
A new study by the Technical University of Munich indicates Asian developers are leading the way when it comes to energy storage systems and far outpacing U.S. and European rivals.
The German testing group has unveiled its new Renewable Energy Storage Systems certification program, which it says will aid manufacturers as well as sellers and end-customers.
Peak solar generation had come near 4.8 GW on at least three other occasions during the summer prior to the August 15th, record. This peak generation comes as solar PV is meeting less demand overall in late summer.
The new branding reflects the company's global focus on thin-film technology. The company recently acquired U.S. firm Alta Devices.
Administrators of first Chinese company to default on a domestic corporate bond have drawn up plans to shape the reorganization of the company and its assets.
British PM's response to STA-led petition recognizes solar's key role in the U.K. energy mix but dismisses calls to review ROC decision.
The company's pilot program in Melbourne is modeled after its successful residential leasing program in the United States. SunPower systems are available in other regions of Australia through cash and loan programs.
After reviewing 49 potential projects in May, the electricity and water authority has shortlisted 24 developers for the second phase of the tender, which remains open to bids until October 23.
The Middle Eastern kingdom targets 41 GW of solar power by 2032 as it seeks to free up more of its abundant oil and gas reserves for lucrative export.
The Chinese polysilicon and wafer maker has reported very strong second quarter results on higher polysilicon selling prices and lower production costs. Daqo also raised US$54.6 million during the quarter to support a doubling of...
Solar PV manufacturers are stepping up R&D efforts to achieve greater efficiencies, with industry standard modules set to reach 275 W within a year, research finds.
In its fifth consecutive quarter of profitability, the company expanded its downstream operations and managed to maintain a leading position in China while expanding operations in emerging markets and the U.S.
The Chinese solar company's anti-potential induced degradation modules will be fitted at a new solar PV plant in Jiangsu Province, China.
The county will become the first in the U.S. to power its government buildings via the Community Solar Gardens program developed by SunShare.
The German solar group attributes its dramatic revenue drop on external factors, including delayed orders in the United States.
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