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Jordan's net metering expands into rural areas

Jordan's new net metering law will double the number of net metering installations this year.

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.


Hanergy shares must remain suspended, orders Hong Kong regulator

Hanergy HQ.

Unusual decision to extend suspension of all trading of Hanergy shares raises prospect that the Chinese solar company's shares will remain suspended for the foreseeable future.


Island leaders endorse renewables action plan

Island leaders discuss and approve the Martinique Action Plan on renewable energy deployment in Small Island Developing States.

Small Island Developing States approve new plan designed to bring greater levels of renewable power autonomy to island nations around the world.


Hanwha Q Cells signs 70 MW module deal with India’s Adani Group

Tamil Nadu landscape.

Modules supplied for solar project planned for Indian state of Tamil Nadu, PV plant to be owned and operated by Adani Group subsidiary, Ramnad Solar.


Juwi to begin work on hybrid solar farm at Australian copper mine

A CGI mock-up of how the solar PV hybrid array will look once completed at the DeGrussa copper mine in Western Australia.

The solar developer will begin construction of the 10.6 MW solar PV plant at the DeGrussa copper mine, Western Australia, later this month.


Tenth of Chinese solar production capacity located overseas by end of 2015

A worker inspects a module at a JA Solar facility.

Data from BNEF finds Chinese companies have amassed more than 5 GW of solar cell production capacity abroad as they attempt to circumnavigate U.S. and EU trade duties.


Oxis Energy to work with Anesco on UK lithium sulfur battery roll out

The Li-S battery from Oxis.

The Oxford-based battery developer will enlist the assistance of energy efficiency solutions company Anesco to introduce its lithium sulfur batteries to the residential and commercial U.K. market.


Canadian Solar JV to construct 500 MW India solar plant

Indian state of Maharashtra.

Sarus Solar, comprised of three Canadian renewable energy companies, will develop a 500 MW solar PV plant in the Indian state of Maharashtra, JV will partner with local firm during construction.


Thai solar market on course to grow by around 1 GW in 2015

Thai solar farm.

Thailand on course to outstrip all other Southeast Asian nations this year, with various reports suggesting the country's solar market to add between 700 MW and 1.2 GW capacity this year.


SMA shifts 1 million Sunny Boy inverters, tops 4 GW installed output

The SMA Sunny Boy inverter.

German inverter manufacturer SMA confirms sale of one millionth Sunny Boy TL inverter globally, pushing cumulative installed capacity beyond 4 GW, company revises upwards sales forecast.


UK's Bluefield Solar seeks EUR 200m listing on LSE

The London Stock Exchange.

The British solar investment fund plans to raise around $220 million to invest in solar projects and assets by listing on the London Stock Exchange.


Yingli reports 240 MW shipment

Shipping containers.

Chinese panel maker is trying to kill a rumor it has been forced, by debts, to halt production. Yingli will supply panels exclusively for Latin America's largest PV-CSP hybrids.


The pv magazine weekly news digest

A catwalk model.

Solar may have achieved that magical combination of cheap and sexy but the industry is wracked by turmoil in China. No wonder the weekly digest is attracting such a following.


Market volatility hits clean energy investment

The Wall Street bull.

A strong dollar and Chinese share volatility hampered renewables investment last quarter. But plunge in VC funding indicates solar has gone mainstream, says BNEF.


Chinese government attempts to shore up United PV share price

Stock market dealers.

State-owned investor pumps $710,000 into ailing Hong Kong developer. Shares stabilized at $0.13 this morning from year-high of $0.20 on June 2.


India set to launch 2.8 GW tender

Madhya Pradesh.

MD of state-run SECI announces imminent round for five states. Government plans to tender in dollars are missing the point, says consultancy.


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