The eastern Punjab city of Bahawalpur is seeing a growth in plans for PV. Quaid-e-Azam Solar Power Company now intends to develop 100 MWp of ground-mounted solar PV projects in Bahawalpur, Punjab.
In his State of the Union address this week, U.S. President Barack Obama said he was counting on solar energy as a key resource for the nation’s energy supply.
Spain’s Congress has passed the law which intents to cut the number of full load hours for existing photovoltaics (PV) installations reactively. Now the Senate may achieve some “palliative” corrections.
Following rapid growth in the country over the past few years, Angola is increasingly turning to renewable energy. Due to its cost effectiveness, photovoltaics (PV) is an attractive option.
The city of Colwood in British Columbia, Canada is to implement a community-scale solar project following a CAD$3.9 million investment from the country’s Clean Energy Fund.
Delegates at the 2nd International Conference on PV Module Recycling, held yesterday in Madrid, Spain were hoping to hear that photovoltaic (PV) recycling efforts had increased since last year’s conference.
Italy has officially* reported today that 1,850 megawatts (MWs) of new photovoltaics (PV) systems were installed in 2010, substantially exceeding industry estimates.
Two towns in Germany have joined forces to encourage photovoltaics (PV) recycling firms to set up shop in their area, after identifying a gap in the market.
Ontario has moved ahead of New Jersey to take second place in North American solar photovoltaic (PV) rankings for 2010. The first place is still held by California, but the current rate of growth in Ontario could rival the sunny...
In a bid to enhance bilateral cooperation and to motivate the Indian private sector to participate in developing renewable energy sectors, India has signed a MoU with Egypt.
Kyocera is increasing its solar module production capacity with the start of its second plant in Kadan, Czech Republic and the completion of an expanded assembly plant in Tianjin, China. Kyocera aims to meet its target of one...
A 38 megawatts solar electricity license has been granted by the Greek regulatory agency to Nur-MOH SA for the construction of the reportedly largest concentrated solar power tower installation in Europe on the island of Crete.
Toshiba and Tokyo Electric Power will be teaming up with the Japanese government to construct one of the largest solar power stations in the world in Bulgaria according to reports.
Without any big pompous announcement, Uganda has announced a feed-in tariff scheme for its country's renewable energy.
Branch representatives and members of the German government have come to an agreement on the adjustment of solar incentives. The EuPD Research sees this as a step to an earlier than planned reduction.
A proposal for the brought forward cuts of the photovoltaic feed-in tariffs in Germany is to be presented by the end of the week. The plans will be officially presented by the Minister of Environment tomorrow before noon. That...
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