In its continuing look at this week's ruling by the U.S. Commerce Department on Chinese and Taiwanese PV imports, pv magazine spoke to Stefan De Haan, principal photovoltaic analyst at IHS, on the possible repercussions of the...
At 61 MW, Gauss Energía's Aura Solar II in Honduras will be much larger than any solar project built to date in the region.
The 6 MW Smarter Network Storage project near London is the result of a collaboration between S&C Electric, Samsung SDI, Younicos and U.K. Power Networks.
The leasing giants will partner with Bank of America Merrill Lynch to finance the expansion of the American residential solar sector.
The U.S. thin-film giant has acquired an equity stake in Clean Energy Collective as it looks to branch out into community solar.
An impressive 41% growth during the quarter puts the U.S. on track to install 6.5 GW in 2014. Steady growth in the residential sector leads to over 300 MW installed.
Modules to be installed on a 500-acre PV installation located in the country's Bahawalpur region. Array will form part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Municipal utility Salt River Project has proposed changes to its rates for customers who install rooftop solar, which advocates say will destroy the solar industry in its service territory.
A $4.3 billion deal has been announced today that will see NextEra and Hawaiian Electric Industries merge. NextEra will pay $2.6 billion for the Hawaiian utility, and assume $1.7 billion of the utility's debt.
As global oil prices hit a five-year low, the fossil fuel industry is facing a gathering storm that could spell great news for the solar power industry.
Revised full year forecasts from the world's leading solar module manufacturers prompt top 10 reshuffle, according to newly combined Solarbuzz and IHS.
France's Soitec has achieved 46% conversion efficiency with one of its multi-junction solar cells. Soitec claims the high efficiency cell tops its previous world record announced in September 2013.
SMA has significantly reduced its sales guidance for 2014. In its new guidance, the German inverter supplier expects sales between EUR 775 million and EUR 790 million, down from EUR 850 million and EUR 950 million. "Significantly...
Germany's largest utility will spin out of fossils fuels and towards renewables in response to changing dynamic of energy landscape.
Assault of batteries shapes the week, while the good vibes of the 15th Forum Solarpraxis are punctured by the news of SolarMax's insolvency.
SolarMax will become the latest inverter victim of Europe’s declining PV market when its parent company, Sputnik Engineering, files for insolvency this week.
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