The latest data from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) shows that renewable capacity clearly dominates the new power plants being added in the U.S. Over 75% of U.S. large-scale electrical generating capacity came...
Despite announcing goal to be greenest government ever, UK coalition found to have invested 300 times more on fossil fuels than renewable energy over course of tenure.
This month, ABB will roll out its PRO-33 string inverter globally, in what it says is an important indication of Power-One's successful integration into the global company.
Obama lends a hand, Germany shows its hand, oil's price volatility gets out of hand, and it's all hands on deck as pv magazine's web servers go awol: welcome to our latest weekly news digest.
Preliminary financial assessment for fiscal year 2014 reveals impressive turnaround in fortunes for the Chinese clean energy company after difficult 2013.
Tata Power Solar CEO says government has agreed figure with domestic manufacturers, adds that the 100 GW target may be hit a few years later than planned.
$265 million sale to Canadian Solar follows tough few years for the Japanese manufacturing giant.
The German-headquartered solar group grew its solar shipments by 55% in 2014, exceeding its earlier forecast by around 15% and driving revenues by 26%.
UK solar had them shouting from the rooftops this week, there was plenty to ponder after the WFES in Abu Dhabi, good news from Chile and President Obama's meeting with Narendra Modi gave us the excuse to upload a picture of The...
The leading financial publication has conducted an investigation into Hanergy, concluding that the company's rapid growth "raises questions."
Chief energy analyst at the U.S. Energy Information Administration sees no direct threat to renewable energy in the face of plunging oil values.
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...
After a nearly two-year credit crunch, China's capital markets appear to again be embracing the PV industry.
German inverter giant to cut 1,600 jobs, the majority of which will be in Germany, as poor European market continues to harm profits.
Strong policy support and increased investor confidence set to deliver clean energy bounce back, according to forecast from BNEF.
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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