The South Korean company is due to start operations at its Wuxi Plant in June to have a production base in China, where the PV industry is thriving.
Bertrand Piccard, one of two Swiss pilots that are taking shifts to fly the Solar Impulse 2 around the world, spoke to Ban Ki-moon after the signing of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, while in mid-flight across the Pacific...
The French energy giant expands its presence in the United States’ renewables industry with a deal for the acquisition of solar project development and management company Global Resource Options.
Swiss pioneering pilot Bertrand Piccard has completed the second leg of the Solar Impulse's crossing of the Pacific. The solar aircraft landed at Moffett Airfield on 23 April at 11:44 pm local time. The Solar Impulse 2 will...
Solar is not a main feature of the bill that passed the U.S. Senate on Wednesday, but the legislation does contain perks for solar, as well as measures to study grid modernization and energy storage.
Renewables have been erroneously blamed for a number of blackouts in Australia, which were actually the result of failing network equipment and fossil fuel generators.
Kyung Hee University researcher Boucar Diouf plans to start solar-powered LED lamp pilot projects in Senegal and sub-Saharan African countries within the next year.
US solar provider Sunworks has opened an innovative design center, where customers can not only learn about the benefits of solar power, but can design their own personalized system, at a time when inventive mounted arrays are...
The renewable revolution in India continues, as high ranking Indian official confirms that the country has been accepted for a $250 million loan from the New Development Bank, which is expected to be for solar projects.
The solar-powered aircraft is back in “mission mode” after a 9-month hiatus, with more motivation within the team to “demonstrate that modern clean technologies can achieve the impossible.”
Hanwha Q Cells will source 700 MW of kerfless wafers from 1366 Technologies, under a five-year supply contract. The supply deal, announced today, is the largest commercial deployment of kerfless wafer technology, which avoids...
PV cells deploying a perovskite semiconductor layer are likely to reach commercial deployment around 2019-2020, reports Lux Research in a recent report. Lux notes that there are new opportunities for partnerships with...
The Watly 3.0 solar-powered computer combines photovoltaic and thermal solar technology to sanitize 5,000 liters of water a day, while also providing free electricity and even internet connectivity.
The contract, given out by the Chinese PV manufacturer to the Swiss technology group for its PERC solar cell and wafer production equipment, is worth more than 18 million Swiss francs.
Decree 531 outlines plans to create a trust fund of 12,000 million Argentine Pesos (USD819 million) for renewable energy this year, and also outlines bidding processes for renewable energy projects.
The energy partnership will take control of SunPower’s 50MW Hooper Project in Colorado, and First Solar’s Kingbird Project in California, adding to its growing solar portfolio.
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