Kyung Hee University researcher Boucar Diouf plans to start solar-powered LED lamp pilot projects in Senegal and sub-Saharan African countries within the next year.
The 35-year-old German company has opened insolvency proceedings with the hope of successfully restructuring and securing new financing.
New bill passed by the state will apply an as-yet-undetermined monthly surcharge to homeowners who install rooftop PV arrays.
The Chinese PV group has increased its operations in the booming domstic market and intends to use up to 60% of the proceeds from the offering for downstream expansion.
Chief exec Elon Musk has said the electric carmaker would make significant investments in China, including the creation of seven Supercharger networks. The first batch of stations is slated for Beijing and Shanghai.
The farm strengthens OPDE's presence in Britain, where the Spanish group is planning solar installations with a total capacity of 150 MW in the near future.
Saudi Arabia is set to become a leading PV country in 2016, driving the MEA market to 4.4 GW by 2018.
The collaboration will allow Eguana to sell integrated Sonnenbatterie systems for residential applications in the U.S. as well as in European markets.
As of January 2014, Japan had a cumulative installed PV capacity of more than 13 GW.
The company also has two other large-scale power plants in the works with a combined capacity of more than 77 MW in the country.
Communities within North Carolina and Utah work together to erect solar panels while one university launches first campus-sponsored scheme.
The Canadian firm is to build 33 MW of facilities in the province as part of an ongoing relationship with Deutsche Bank.
Insolvent and bedeviled by debt, administrators warn the Konstanz-based subsidiary of LDK Solar that the offer is not sufficient to satisfy shareholder demands.
The tech giant pledges $100 million to SunPower's solar lease program, further augmenting its involvement in residential rooftop solar across the U.S.
The manufacturer from China will restart production later this year of the troubled company's products. Acquisition is seen as part of plan of expansion.
Poor but unsurprising financial results published today reveal a 55% contraction in annual revenue, which fell to just EUR 124.9 million ($172.6 million).
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