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Siva Power reaches $10m milestone

The former headquarters of Suntech, in Wuxi, China.

Californian thin film manufacturer a step nearer being 'the least expensive solar panel manufacturer worldwide.' Arrival of city of Wuxi as backer may offer hint as to final location of 300 MW fab.


Financial Times lifts lid on Hanergy

A Hanergy ceremony in China.

The leading financial publication has conducted an investigation into Hanergy, concluding that the company's rapid growth "raises questions."


EIA joins chorus to dismiss oil price threat to solar

Solar PV installation, U.S.

Chief energy analyst at the U.S. Energy Information Administration sees no direct threat to renewable energy in the face of plunging oil values.


Divine intervention in climate talks

Pope Francis in  the Philippine city of Tacloban, January 2015

Pope Francis is set publish an encyclical on ecology and climate change this year with the aim of inspiring real action at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. The pontiff's actions are defining the Vatican's new role as a...


China: Capital markets re-embraces PV industry

20 MW PV plant, Qinghai, China

After a nearly two-year credit crunch, China's capital markets appear to again be embracing the PV industry.


One-third of SMA staff to lose their jobs

An SMA engineers inspects an inverter.

German inverter giant to cut 1,600 jobs, the majority of which will be in Germany, as poor European market continues to harm profits.


India's clean energy investment to top $10bn in 2015

Barack Obama and Narendra Modi.

Strong policy support and increased investor confidence set to deliver clean energy bounce back, according to forecast from BNEF.


5 takeaways from the 8th World Future Energy Summit

A robot.

The MENA region has long been the center of great expectations for the PV industry. From Monday to Thursday this past week much of the global solar industry descended on Abu Dhabi for the 8th World Future Energy Summit. The big...


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The World Future Energy Summit (WFES) 2015

Volatility due to sinking oil prices and PV development in the Middle East, Barack Obama's praise of solar, the ITC's confirmation of import tariffs and Q Cells moving production out of Germany were just some of the week's...


Industry urges European PV research sector to 'wake up'

Sophia Symposium, France.

Gathering of leading solar researchers and industry representatives at the Sophia research infrastructure symposium stokes passionate debate about future of European PV.


SolarWorld wins again: US affirms injury over PV imports from China, Taiwan

SolarWorld headquarters, Oregon

In the latest chapter of the ongoing trade dispute between certain PV manufacturers in the United States and China, the U.S. International Trade Commission in a vote Wednesday upheld tariffs proposed in 2014 on PV imports from...


Hanwha Q Cells to shutter production in Germany

Hanwha Q Cells, Germany

The company's German site will cease production as of March 1. The German facility has production capacities of 230 MW for cells and 130 MW for modules. Hanwha will relocate part of the fab to Malaysia, where costs are cheaper.


State of the Union: Obama shines modest light on US solar expansion

President Barack Obama delivers State of the Union speech on Jan. 20, 2015.

In his annual State of the Union speech delivered to Congress and the nation Tuesday evening, President Barack Obama highlighted the rapid expansion of solar power in the United States since he moved into the White House.


Price volatility dogs energy leaders across the globe

An oil well in the U.S.

World Energy Council report cites oil price plunge and falling cost of renewables as most critical issue facing energy policymakers in 2015.


Bidders land 200 MW solar deal

The Dubai skyline.

Winning tender announced for second phase of Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. The Dubai scheme will have a 1 GW capacity by 2030.


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A rooftop installation in California.

How the incompetence of politicians gave the world large scale PV and Angela Merkel says it is time for a 'respite from solar', Germany's gift to the world, but developers who head to Greece will have all their prayers answered,...


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