Is the new record-low price for PV reported this week in Abu Dhabi a killer-watt for solar? Prices plunge in India too, while Tesla's acquisition of SolarCity stirs up a lawsuit or four.
A critical rate case in Arizona gets resolved, NRG moves to acquire SunEdison assets, SolarCity goes BIPV, downsizing at SMA and SunPower, results from SCTY, RUN & VSLR, and more…
Industry analysts note that the market for residential BIPV in the United States is "non-existent" at present, and SolarCity's plans to use crystalline silicon are a new direction.
Unpublished report by U.K. government calculates cost of large-scale solar to be around GBP 50-75/MWh by 2025, less than nuclear at GBP 85-125/MWh.
Latin America and the Caribbean, South Asia and MENA received the bulk of development bank finance for renewable energy projects last year.
SMA grows H1 inverter output to 3.9 GW but announces two fab closures, warns of tough price pressures in 2017
Sales revenue for first six months of the year grows 15.1% to hit EUR 494.1 million, while international share of sales tops 90%. Company announces closure of Denver and Cape Town operations in preparation for tough 2017 price...
The company’s PV Module Supplier Scorecard looks at a variety of metrics.
Extension of the ITC has stripped urgency from U.S. market, company CEO says, prompting a rethink on solar power plant timeline. SunPower will close Philippines fab as part of re-positioning of supply.
The leading distributed solar provider is bringing down costs and growing bookings after a difficult Q1, but its losses remain wide.
The carving up of SunEdison’s holdings has formally begun.
The yieldco of energy company NRG has also announced that it will acquire its parent company’s remaining stake in the 250 MW California Valley Solar Ranch (CVSR) plant.
The rise in demand in China for high-purity polysilicon was good news for Daqo New Energy Corporation, which posted huge yearly and sequential rises in its EBITDA and net income for the second quarter of 2016, mainly as a result...
In results for its first full quarter since the failed merger of Vivint Solar and SunEdison, the residential solar installer reports recovery and record low costs.
The state authorities in South Australia have given the Irish developer the green light to move forward with the A$680M ($517.7m) project, which will be built in Port Augusta.
Today we bring you the first weekly collection of stories from the new pv magazine USA website.
U.S. Federal regulators have approved the technology company’s application to become an independent power producer.
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