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The Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid vehicle comes equipped with solar cells on the roof.

The pv magazine weekly news digest

The Toyota Prius gets rooftop solar, Fraunhofer and Hevel push multicrystalline and HJT efficiencies, Saudi Arabia begins 300 MW tender process and Tesla publishes its Q4 2016 financials – welcome to the week that was.


pv magazine & partners join forces with Hannover Messe

Along with initiative partners Huawei, sonnen, Suntech, S.A.G, innogy and First Solar, pv magazine will be exhibiting as part of the Integrated Energy Plaza at the 2017 Hannover Messe. The Solar Premium exhibition space will herald solar PV’s arrival as a major energy player at the iconic industrial trade show. The booth will consist of a joint exhibition presence with our partners, and will play host to a series of networking events.  Solar Premium will feature as  a part of the Integrated Energy Plaza for the duration of Hannover Messe 2017, which runs from April 24-28.

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pv magazine Technology Highlights Award: enter now!

pv magazine’s Technology Highlights award and feature will be returning to SNEC in 2017. The award will feature the best, most innovative developments in PV manufacturing technology. Don’t miss out on the chance to be featured! Contact for more details.


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Press Releases

Georgia Power Simple Solar now available

Simple Solar is a new voluntary option for Georgians who want to support solar energy, but are unable or choose not to install a solar system at their home or business.

ACC cooperates with Fujitsu on rooftop solar

ACC will invest 100 percent of the system cost and will undertake the design, construction, and long-term system maintenance.

Double awarded: M10 receives Innovation award and climate protection honor of the city of Freiburg

Innovation award for the high performance stringer Kubus / Honouring for the expansion of the photovoltaic modules on the M10 Solar-Campus

GameChange Solar Receives Order For 30MW New England Project

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – February 22nd, 2017 – GameChange Solar announced that it received an order for a 30 MW Max-Span™ Plus fixed tilt pile driven racking system for installation in New England commencing in the second quarter. The system utilizes I beams and mounts framed monocrystalline modules.