pv magazine learns that, in addition to changing locations for the first time in its seven year history, the Solar Power International 2011 tradeshow, scheduled to be held in Dallas, Texas, from October 17 to 20, is also set to...
New research has shown that investment in renewable energy is growing to pre-financial crisis levels. Demand for future lending, meanwhile, is expected to come from the utilities.
The U.S. non-residential photovoltaic pipeline is sitting at 24 gigawatts (GW), up from 17 GW two months ago, according to new research. The increase is attributed to falling factory gate module prices.
U.S. President Barack Obama delivered good news for green technology companies, and especially startups, in a speech before a joint meeting of Congress and a national TV audience yesterday, during which he emphasized that he is...
Cold winds off the harbor blew hard as the 26th EU PVSEC closes in Hamburg. Visitor numbers were stagnant and many reported slow business and observed massively slashed module prices.
A major shift away from Europe and the maintenance of worldwide photovoltaic programs are again the two major factors that will dominate photovoltaic market development in the coming years, according to a new report.
According to sources, newly installed photovoltaic capacity in Germany hit 1.25 gigawatts (GW) between June and July of this year. As such, there are fears solar incentives will be slashed by 15 percent in January 2012.
For the first time, photovoltaic industry leaders have come together at a EU PVSEC conference to discuss future business models.
MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc., along with its subsidiary SunEdison, has completed the acquisition of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Fotowatio Renewable Ventures.
PV Legal's guidelines for the reduction of bureaucratic barriers and administrative costs in terms of photovoltaic deployment have been released at the 26th EU PVSEC conference, currently underway in Hamburg, Germany.
At the 26th EU PVSEC, among the leading photovoltaic technology developers, quieter Halls A and C, and some questionable marketing campaigns (more to come on those later), was one country garnering attention, without even being...
Thirty-year-old Paul Gundel, who has developed new microscopic measuring methods for the characterization of silicon and solar cells, has been presented with the SolarWorld Junior Einstein Award.
Accepting his award from SolarWorld’s Frank Asbeck at last night’s Einstein Award ceremony in Hamburg, Germany, Bertrand Piccard compared the fight for integrating clean tech into mainstream energy usage with that of persuading...
Accelerated consolidation and increased competition among photovoltaic producers are two key themes set to characterize 2012’s solar industry. Meanwhile, the "easy phase" of making money is said to be over.
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