The renewable revolution in India continues, as high ranking Indian official confirms that the country has been accepted for a $250 million loan from the New Development Bank, which is expected to be for solar projects.
Following a complete financial restructuring in 2013 the company managed to stem its losses, eyeing reinvigorated revenues this year.
Canadian Solar has sold its Little Creek solar plant to BluEarth Renewables in a deal valued CAD $53m.
Hindustan Cleanenergy has signed PPAs for three solar projects in the Punjab and Uttar Pradesh regions of India.
U.S. commercial solar industry draws criticism for poor O&M record at the show as discussions center on need for systematic and standardized approach.
The German plant manufacturer posts €266.2 million revenues for 2013, driven by growth in the display and semiconductor sectors. CEO calls for active industry PV policy in Germany.
The Swiss technology company yesterday announced that its Chinese partner Yingkou Jinchen will acquire 51% of its solar stake.
Californian utility PG&E sourced 22.5% of its power from renewable sources in 2013, while the average U.K. share hit a record 13.8%.
China Electric Equipment Group has agreed to buy Sunergy Shanghai from China Sunergy in a deal worth $37.7 million (RMB 231.2 million).
Jordanian power company National Electric Power Company (Nepco) has signed a two-decade power purchase agreement with Scatec Solar for a 10 MW solar PV plant to be built in Southern Jordan.
The National Solar Energy Federation of India has complained about the quality of domestic-made technology in a letter to the government.
Driven by growing renewable energy demand in numerous regions, the market for micro-grid installations will grow rapidly between 2015 and 2020.
Despite retaining its position as the world's leading inverter company with 5.4 GW sold, SMA suffered a sales horror-show last year in the wake of European PV contraction.
pv magazine understands that the new minimum price set by the EU is set to fall from €0.56/W to €0.53/W by April 1.
Sigmar Gabriel responds to criticism from within the ranks three states demand the industry remains exempt from EEG reallocation charge.
Survey by IHS reveals 99% of respondents believe reliability to be the most important module feature, beating out high quality and low price.
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