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Ingeteam supplies inverters for one of UK's largest solar plants

Scunthorpe, England.

The Spanish inverter specialist supplied its Ingecon powerstation central inverter to a 40 MW solar PV plant located in the county of Lincolnshire, England.

China's inverter market on the climb despite revenue contraction, says IHS

Huawei smart PV solution, Germany.

An 18% increase in shipments helped swell the Chinese inverter market to 13.3 GW, but revenues dropped 6% on the back of significant price declines, say the analysts.

G7 leaders to aim for carbon-free economy by end of century

G7 meeting point, Germany.

Leaders of G7 countries back global greenhouse gas reductions by between 40-70% by 2050, with full decarbonization of global economy by end of century.

From the Mag: a selection of stories from the June issue

The LED mobile flashing device from Zurich University of Applied Sciences in action atop a rooftop solar array.

pv magazine's June edition touches down in Israel to assess the solar mood on the ground, heads to a farm in Germany to inspect a latest technique in LED flashing, and examines how the mining industry is turning to PV in its many...

Sungrow to unveil 99% efficiency inverters at Intersolar

Sungrow central inverters, California.

The Chinese inverter supplier to release series of high-efficiency string and central inverters at this week's Intersolar Europe Exhibition in Munich, Germany.

The pv magazine weekly news digest

Solar installation, with sun.

Turbulent times for Hanergy follow turbulent weather for Solar Impulse, but the tumult could not derail solar's juggernaut, which enjoyed a series of positive news stories this week.

Eminent UK scientists announce global clean energy "space-race" program

UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon inspecting a solar farm.

The Global Apollo program looks to emulate the successful moon missions of the '60s by diverting similar levels of efforts and funding towards making clean energy cheaper than coal.

Ambitious interconnection plans could transform Europe

The proposed interconnection energy grid linking Israel with Cyprus and Greece.

Europe recently approves studies for energy infrastructure plans that could transform its energy market and boost renewable investments. Electricity interconnection plans specifically between U.K. and France, and Greece, Cyprus...

JinkoSolar strikes 80 MW DG module supply deal in China

Hainan Haikou skyline.

Chinese PV manufacturer to supply China Southern Power Grid Synthesis Energy with modules to be deployed in distributed rooftop PV projects in China’s Guangdong and Hainan provinces.

NEXTracker finalizes 82 MW tracker commission for SunEdison in Honduras


The California-based tracker specialist has installed its single axis trackers at the Pacifico and Choluteca solar plants in Honduras, marking the company's first foray into Central America.

Southern Company acquires 30 MW Pawpaw solar facility in Georgia, U.S.

Georgia Power HQ.

Utility's subsidiary Southern Power has purchased the solar plant from Longview Solar LLC, adding to its growing PV pipeline in the state.

UK solar PV capacity tops 6.5 GW despite April slowdown

Commercial installation, U.K.

Data from the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) reveals a considerable slowdown in April to just 41 MW of new installations as ROC scheme ended.

REC Solar sees European market shrink 35.6% in Q1

REC Solar facility, Singapore.

The U.S. now represents REC Solar's primary market, accounting for 39% of all modules sold in first three months of the year. Module sales globally shrink by 16% quarter-over-quarter.

Etrion connects first phase of Japan's 9.3 MW Mito Solar project

Mito, Japan.

The 2.7 MW Mito site is the first to be connected by Etrion, with the 9.3 MW project in Ibaraki Prefecture scheduled for final completion in August 2015.

Schmid strikes 400 MW equipment deal with JA Solar

Pictured: A Schmid 10-track line for edge isolation.

The German PV equipment supplier confirms the sale of several of its texturing and edge isolation tools, as well as automation equipment, to Chinese solar company.

Hanwha Q Cells to build 1.5 GW solar cell plant in South Korea

Cell production, Hanwha.

The Korean solar cell manufacturer has announced plans to construct the nation's first large-scale cell fab at a cost of $315.54 million. Facility will be located in Jincheon.

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