The Tier-1 Chinese solar developer has secured a loan of approximately CNY 2 billion from the Chinese National Development Bank to help the firm pay down its debts.
The Spanish company, which has so far focused on the Spanish and South American markets, is partnering on the project with U.S. firm Think Energy Partners.
As part of the 53 MWh project slated to fully deploy in 2016, Greensmith will supply its GEMS5 software technology while Leclanché will provide the entire battery storage systems for all the contracted facilities to be built near...
The special purpose vehicle, backed by French and United Arab Emirate investors, will begin construction of the project in May.
Buried in an announcement of aggressive funding for clean energy, New York regulators have said that they will include nuclear power in the state’s new renewable energy mandate.
Large-scale storage systems in the U.K. are already competitive under certain circumstances, while small-scale decentralized energy installations with storage on site can be competitive around 2017, according to a new KPMG...
The China Banking Regulatory Commission and the National Energy Administration have signaled their support for a restructuring of Yingli's massive debt, noting the company's importance to the Chinese PV industry and the role of...
The Mitsubishi Group's main consulting unit is joining forces with its corporate affiliate to buy and turn around poor performing megasolar plants in Japan.
The company's latest forecast of global demand predicts big growth in the Indian and U.S. solar markets this year.
China is seeking to increase solar PV capacity for solar installations that employ modules with high-energy-conversion solar cells.
Adolfo Rebollo replaces Javier Ojeda as chief executive of the leading Spanish PV inverter manufacturer and O&M service provider.
In a new study, researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory identify the key market and system drivers for low-priced PV systems for homes and small businesses.
China’s JinkoSolar is partnering with German electric utility giant RWE AG to jointly take part in in Dubai’s 800 MW solar tender.
The California-based solar energy system designer, developer, installer and O&M provider saw its assets under contract grow to 265 MW last year.
Chinese authorities are making drastic cuts in coal production an effort to reduce overcapacity in the face of shrinking demand, according to report by Xinhua News Agency.
Nevada regulators will hear an appeal from the state’s consumer advocate asking to “grandfather” existing customers under the old net metering program, as the battle between the solar industry and the Sandoval Administration...
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