Chorus is advising its shareholders to accept the takeover offer from Capital Stage, which Capital Stage, which currently operates 600 MW of solar and wind assets in Europe.
More than 150 businesses have signed a letter calling for U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron to back solar; letter will be presented to Downing Street today.
Following the commencement of a 21 MW PV plant in England, Conergy has acquired a portfolio of rights to 166 MW of solar projects in the U.K., plus a bank guarantee facility worth $60 million.
The project aims to help the country reach its ambitious goals and includes the development of a renewable energy forecasting system to help energy grids manage alternative energy sources.
The open-source, recommended practice project from DNV GL will address the needs for a comprehensive energy storage framework, focusing on system safety, operation and performance.
Finlay Colville of NPD Solarbuzz talks candidly to pv magazine about the future of the UK's solar PV industry.
Spot prices for thin film modules rise 5.2% in a month as ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China depresses prices for polysilicon panels.
Solstyce analyzed various data of Q CELLS' cell and module production and found that the products consumed less than 400 kg of C02 per kWp, making them eligible for public tender in France.
In partnership with the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority, China's Solargiga has begun construction of a 40 MW, $117 million solar park.
The International Renewable Energy Agency has partnered with the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development to oversee the West African nation’s first utility scale solar park.
Illinois has passed legislation to use existing funds to put online more PV, as the state tries to catch up to its ambitious renewable energy goals.
GTM Research finds that SolarCity has again increased its market share, under a trend of ongoing consolidation by the largest companies in the U.S. residential market.
The German renewable energy group says the addition of Martifer Solar USA will advance its PV project activities in the U.S., where it is already active in the wind farm sector.
The California-based group is looking to expand operations in China's utility-scale PV sector, which it expects to soon be one of the largest in the world.
Company CEO Georg Hotar predicts Italy will have a high price to pay if it goes through with the plans, which he calls a "reckless attack on investors."
This move makes NextEra the latest in a series of companies that have created yieldco ownership vehicles for solar plants and other energy assets.
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