Company claims new solar module prototype sets new world record for module-level efficiency based on mass-production technology. New HIT N330 high-powered module set to debut in U.K.
The Chicago-based company is planning to develop a mega project, in 30 MW sections, in the city of Taubaté. The huge project will cost an estimated $900 million.
The global consulting firm's report also reveals the solar industry enjoyed strong total corporate funding and increased M&A activity compared to Q2.
EU trade commissioner Karel de Gucht skirted around the ongoing Chinese anti subsidy case when he spoke to the European parliament in support of an EU-China investment deal. Anti subsidy findings are due to be made available any...
With France's government preparing to completely scrap its 11% tax break for rooftop solar, French solar association Enerplan has urged for it to be maintained at 10% for 2014.
The roadmap on the future of UK solar published yesterday questions solar's effectiveness at reducing carbon output and asks whether the cost reductions necessary for 20 GW by 2020 are feasible.
Canada NRC launches Energy Storage for Grid Security and Modernization research program at the country’s Renewable Energy Storage Summit.
Taiwanese cell manufacturer Gintech has surrendered $21.9 million of its security deposit to escape the final three years of the ten-year contract. SunEdison will return Gintech's outstanding $35.1 million in quarterly...
Enel Green Power has connected the Colibasi plant, located in the south-eastern Romanian county of Giurgiu, to the grid.
pv magazine's Michael Fuhs spoke to Jenny Chase, of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, to get the story behind the latest solar figures and find out why she thinks solar is a commodity, not a high-tech industry.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy's contingency plans, all but those activities related to protecting life and property have stalled. Contract commitments will be honored – until the money runs out.
Three of the state's largest utilities claim that customers with battery storage systems installed alongside their rooftop PV can give no guarantee that the energy they feed back to the grid is clean.
The draft guidelines for India's state JNNSM have been released. The guidelines include a 50% domestic content requirement despite the ongoing trade complaint with the U.S., Australia and Japan.
Bulgarian Energy Holding (BEH) puts pressure on the government to impose a 30% tax levy on revenues generated by PV plants that sell power at preferential tariffs.
Module prices are stagnating, some are even rising again. This is not a temporary phenomenon as Pierre Verlinden, Chief Scientist at Trina Solar explained at the EU PVSEC. It could continue well into 2017.
The Greek Parliament's commerce committee votes through a new renewable energy systems (RES) bill, which adds an extra fee to solar photovoltaic power producers. The new bill also brings into force net metering.
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