The Virginia-based solar developer will build the utility-scale projects at three military sites as part of a collaboration with the U.S. Air Force and Navy.
Matthew Hancock tells U.K. Climate Change Committee that small businesses should steer clear from the Contracts for Difference funding scheme.
Tech entrepreneur tells audience at Detroit auto show that the future for utilities is pretty good when viewed in collaboration with solar and electric mobility.
The micro and nanoelectronics research center says the new developments, resulting in additional improvement in conversion efficiency, further confirm the potential of n-type PERT cells for next-generation highly efficient...
In addition to the 34 MW already under construction, Etrion and Hitachi High-Tech are reviewing a large project pipeline in different stages of development; the four most advanced projects total 138 MW.
A typical solar PV system represents a better investment than the stock market in 46 of America's largest 50 cities, according to a report from NC Clean Energy Technology Center.
The opening of the 710 kW first phase of the planned 1.5 MW Dead Sea Photovoltaic Generating Plant has resulted in dramatic drops in electricity prices for Palestinian households that were formerly dependent on high Israeli...
pv magazine editor in chief Jonathan Gifford chats with Jenny Chase of BNEF about the growing prominence of distributed generation in leading solar markets.
The U.S. solar manufacturer will develop subsidy-free renewable electricity in the Indian state of Karnataka over the next five years.
The project comprises seven utility-scale solar farms scattered across the state. Local utility Duke Energy has agreed PPAs.
The 10 kWp R&D installation has been commissioned to assess the scalability of the technology as India explores ways to make solar energy available anywhere.
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy issues guidance on how the bidding process for Phase II, Batch II, Tranche I of the JNNSM will work.
The Chinese solar manufacturer has signed a cooperation agreement to develop distributed generation projects in the country's Guangxi region.
Three hundred faculty members at the prestigious U.S. university urge its president, John Hennessy, and the board of trustees, to move away from all fossil fuel investment.
The PV plant is to be constructed by Pacific Solar SA and Greenwood Energy, and will become one of the largest merchant solar plants in the world.
Jeremy Leggett will continue as board member but hopes to focus more effort on campaigning. Philip Comberg appointed as new non-executive chairman.
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