The new European powerhouse merges leading inverter and automated drive technologies while looking to expand global operations in a bold move that signals confidence in the solar sector.
Australia's UNSW and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology are working with Arizona State University, Caltech and MIT to produce high-efficiency, ultra-thin silicon solar cells.
The UK Prime Minister has come under fire after promising to roll-back 'green regulations' to lower household energy bills. The STA says the level of political debate over renewables in the UK is 'frustrating.'
The Department's latest SunShot Initiative investments aim to "help lower the cost of solar electricity, advance seamless grid integration and support a growing U.S. solar workforce."
The Solar Power International (SPI ) kicked off in Chicago with plenty of optimism. Rhone Resch, head of the U.S. Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), expects at least 5.5 GW of additional PV capacity in the U.S. this...
The chairman and two directors of China Solar, including the chairman's son, have been arrested and detained by authorities in Dali since August 26. The trio are being investigated over the alleged false reporting of registered...
The show marks the first time Genera has been hosted outside Spain, reflecting the burgeoning PV potential in Chile and the wider Latin American market.
The German PV manufacturer has applied for a protective shield at a local Hamburg law court in order to protect the company from anticipated creditor demands during a restructuring process.
Just in May the glass division of the German PV company Centrosolar Glas was taken over by Belgian competitor Ducatt. Now it seems that talks about future financing have fallen through. It is business as usual though meantime,...
Thailand: Large-scale solar farms that do not come online within the required time frame could have their contracts to sell power to the government scrapped. The government may instead purchase PV from residential suppliers.
By doubling the size of projects for which FITs are available, the Turkish government has finally fired the starting gun on solar. 'We have been waiting five years for this.' says Enerparc's Ertug Babatas.
Stefan Rinck, President and CEO of Singulus Technologies, talks about the market for photovoltaic machine manufacturers and a new product which can increase the efficiency of cells.
An investigation has been launched by Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) into why only one-in-ten approved PV projects in Japan has been built. Possible sanctions for deliberate delays could include withdrawal...
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