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Multi-GW PV plans shape India's bold solar strategy

Indian PV installation.

Large, multi-GW projects from some of India's leading energy companies have been announced this week as the country reignites its passion for PV.


Pakistan waives solar panel import taxes

Pakistan's Cholistan region.

As part of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's renewable energy push, Pakistan is to scrap the 5% customs duty on imported solar panels.


Niche solar products enjoying their moment in sun

Solar Cloth application.

From spray-on and peel and stick to solar cloth and solar-powered cycle paths, PV's potential is being examined across a number of innovative applications.


Two solar projects to add 52 MW to Japan grid

Solar Frontier Japanese installation.

Japan PV to be boosted by a 37 MW installation from Itochu Corp. and a 15 MW solar plant Takara Leben that will use Solar Frontier's CIS thin-film modules.


Sharp looking to offload US solar unit

Recurrent Energy HQ.

The Japanese firm's US-based solar company Recurrent Energy is reportedly up for sale as Sharp seeks ways to raise its equity ratio.


Duke Energy’s 128 MW North Carolina PV project approved

Duke Energy U.S. PV installation.

The project will comprise three solar PV plants dotted across the state, with First Solar involved as EPC and Yingli Solar supplying solar panels.


US solar producers cannot satisfy domestic demand, ITC hearing told

SolarWorld U.S. HQ.

The import of Chinese and Taiwanese solar cells and modules helped, not harmed, the U.S. solar industry say foreign suppliers on day one of the ITC hearing.


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