The deal includes the sale of two solar PV projects under development and contracts for the supply of 350 GWh annually. Colbún and SunEdison have also signed an agreement for the supply of 200 GWh annually from one PV project.
Taiwan-based Foxconn's $6.2bn bailout of Sharp is first ever foreign takeover of a major Japanese electronics company; move could spell end for troubled Sharp solar business.
In an echo of the ruling against Ontario's domestic content rules, the WTO has sided with the United States in saying that the requirement violates international trade agreements.
Despite shipping a record 706 MW of microinverters, the U.S. company ended 2015 at a loss following a profit-making 2014; fourth quarter losses amounted to $15.8 million.
First Solar has emerged from 2015 with very strong financials, as well as a strong pipeline, particularly in light of the recent ITC extension.
While utilities across the U.S. are seeking to impose higher fixed charges and dismantle net metering, they usually don’t get all they ask for.
This is the cheapest power purchase agreement known to pv magazine staff.
The world’s third-largest solar market grew 17% during the year, and prepares for more dramatic growth during 2016.
As part of our pv magazine LIVE series, we have published two new video interviews with Sonnen USA CEO Boris von Bormann looking at the company’s new Eco plug-and-play battery storage offering for the U.S. market as well as...
After a slow start, Turkey’s solar PV market is finally gathered speed. The country added about 150 MW of new PV last year, while in the first six weeks of 2016 it has added a further 46 MW.
The world’s largest renewable energy developer is shutting legacy polysilicon production and selling off a wafer facility. SunEdison says this is part of its move to an “asset-light” strategy, but it may also reflect polysilicon...
Impending changes to the Japanese solar market will likely mean a peak for PV installations this year, finds report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Enel Green Power was awarded a 144 MW PV project at US$48.0/MWh and Enersur gained a 40 MW PV project at a price of $48.5/MWh.
The world’s largest PV module maker took the top spot out of 50 different module brands, with all respondents naming Trina as bankable.
Ongoing trade dispute over India's domestic content requirement for solar panels, challenged by the U.S., set to rumble on beyond today's deadline set by the World Trade Organization, fears leading US. trade official.
Chinese equipment maker Suzhou Horad says that it will supply a 300 MW turnkey module line for the factory.
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