Using Section 363 of Chapter 11 bankruptcy laws, the troubled California solar installer hopes to regain its position as a major installer in California as well as expand nationally.
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.
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U.S. Federal regulators have approved the technology company’s application to become an independent power producer.
The fifth solar auction for 125 MW was again well oversubscribed, with 62 bids for a total of 311 MW tendered. The average bid amount declined since the previous tender in April, signaling increasing competition in the sector.
Elon Musk gave scarce information on developments at the world's largest battery factory in Tesla's Q2 results.
The German solar company expects a return to profitability this year following a strong performance in the first half of 2016.
Analysts expect installations in China, U.K. and Japan to slow over the second half of the year, but U.S. project spillover and India's large pipeline will hold course despite global slowdown forecast for 2017.
The microinverter maker has pursued price reduction to gain market share, but has not turned a profit since Q3 2015.
Solarworld CEO Frank Asbeck speaks to pv magazine in his first extensive interview on the recent finding against the company in its legal dispute with Hemlock Semiconductor. A supremely confident Asbeck explains why he doesn't...
Trina Solar will no longer be a publically traded company in 2017, under a $1.1 billion proposed deal announced today. Founder and company chairman and CEO Jifan Gao, along with Fortune Solar Holdings and Red Viburnum Company,...
The solar auction first planned for July has been officially cancelled and the auction planned for October has been delayed until December 16.
Eye-catching news regarding solar PV in Iran is coming thick and fast, which is piquing the interest of investors in the Iranian energy market. But how realistic is Iran’s anticipated solar PV renaissance?
The Ukrainian government has announced plans to use Chernobyl's nuclear wasteland for solar energy generation. Meanwhile in Belarus, a 22.3 MW PV plant is already under construction in Brahin district, around 20 miles from...
SolarWorld could face bankruptcy as a result of its polysilicon supply dispute with Hemlock. The U.S. polysilicon supplier is claiming up to $793.5 million in damages, in court documents acquired by Reuters today.
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