Jordan has designed an effective net metering scheme that is now about to expand into rural areas. Net metering installations are projected to double at the end of 2015.
German inverter specialist supplied inverters to the Glebe/Odell Solar Farms, and has now commenced full technical operational management of both installations.
German energy company has completed its 20 MW Alamo Solar farm in California, its first such development in the sun-rich state as it seeks further U.S. expansion.
Sale of solar modules in the Netherlands has increased dramatically in the first half of 2015, namely by 70-100%. Clarity to the legislation have enabled this phenomenon.
Spanish Ministry of the Environment issues green light for the German developer's proposed solar PV project in Murcia, investment estimated at around $500 million.
Portfolio of solar projects bought from Australia-based developer Infigen Energy at various stages of development spread across 11 States, three have PPAs with Southern California Edison.
Thin-film module maker Solar Frontier is seeking to expand into the Americas. The 280MW pipeline of Gestamp-developed projects in the U.S. is seen as the company's ticket into the market.
The utility-scale solar plants, located in the states of Rajasthan and Odisha and developed by Acme Solar, have begun supplying local grids with solar electricity.
Japanese multi-national telecommunications and internet corporation SoftBank will join forces with Bharti Enterprises and Foxconn Technology Group to invest in Indian solar with a stellar $20 billion venture.
The Chinese PV module manufacturer to deliver 30 MW of its Polish-made 260w Virtus II solar modules to U.K. project, which will be located in the English county of Nottinghamshire.
Chinese solar firm announces PV agreement to develop 160 MW solar cell project in the country, footing $40 million of the investment, second JV confirmed.
Utility unveils proposal to augment renewable energy sources as part of Californian state requirement to diversify energy mix to include more green power.
Democratic presidential candidate for 2016 promises installation of 500 million solar panels nationwide within four years of taking office if she wins.
KPMG report says cutting incentives immediately, as DECC proposes, will harm the industry. The UK energy market is geared towards fossil fuels.
The UK government kills solar, Hanergy falls out with itself and Yingli attracts a somewhat egregious class action lawsuit, but at least there was some good news out of India.
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to spend $13 million on improve access to solar power for low- and moderate-income communities.
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