The sustainable energy organization outlined the second addition of its global roadmap, claiming that if it were to be adopted, it could save the global economy up to $4.2 trillion annually by 2030, as well as saving 4 million...
The two solar companies have expanded their presence in the U.K. by 7.8 MW and 8.4 MW respectively.
The final day of the show saw busy traffic in the exhibition halls as organizers reveal improved numbers on last year.
Interview: Tom Heintzman, managing director of JCM Capital, discusses the company's private investment funds, finding the right projects and how best to mitigate risk.
Led by the European Photovoltaic Industry Association, the letter urges new state aid to support the renewable energy transition, not hamper it.
The Chinese manufacturer has signed a three-year deal with Taiwanese cell makers Neo Solar Power and Topcell Solar International Corporation.
The island nation’s Board of Investment has agreed a $190 million contract with Australia’s Energy Puzzle Group to develop the factory.
A survey of the world's leading solar analysts by Bloomberg finds that the global solar sector will add 44.5 GW of PV capacity this year, underpinned by Chinese growth.
Creditors vote in favor of a board proposal to continue trading through Centrosolar America Inc., and to sell off the group's remaining European subsidiaries.
As the Japanese PV market matures, demand for services and residential and commercial rooftop applications is growing, as evidenced on day two of the PV Expo Tokyo.
The president of the Coalition for Affordable Solar Energy (CASE) challenges SolarWorld to explain Qatar Solar Technologies' 29% stake in the company.
The Chinese solar company will supply its high efficiency modules to the 2 MW solar rooftop project in Amman, the nation's capital.
Spanish solar company Grupo Clavijo will provide trackers for the project, which is due to be connected in May this year.
A non-recourse debt financing arrangement will fund SunEdison's entry into the U.K. with four new utility-scale solar PV projects.
Following a White House call for WTO investigations into India's domestic content requirements, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has instructed officials to block all attempts to examine trade practices.
Chinese provinces have until April 2 to put forward solar PV projects for consideration for financing from China Development Bank Corp.
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