Latest markets & trends headlines
The pv magazine digest of the world's off-grid news, put together by specialist editor Peter Carvill.
Chinese manufacturer will exit proceedings on April 21. The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands this week unshackled the last restrictions on the reorganized solar giant.
Infrastructure group behind world record sub-6 cent LCOE is rumored to be seeking a financial advisor for an 800 MW project. An advisor is typically the first move in drawing up a tender.
National Grid estimates that peak demand will hit 37.5 GW this summer, a fall of 900 MW on last year that has been attributed to the increase in embedded solar PV generation capacity.
The Solarex trade show currently under way in Istanbul reveals a market growing much more slowly than many had hoped. However, the fundamentals for PV remain strong and administrative barriers are slowly reducing.
Power sector emissions across the country are poised to fall to a two-decade low in 2015 as record volumes of coal-fired capacity are shuttered and vast amounts of renewable energy comes online.
The company's three new solar power plants will generate enough electricity to power more than 36,000 homes.
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