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Wells Fargo to invest over $100 million in US PV projects

Wells Fargo has said it will invest over USD$100 million by the end of next year, in order to fund the development of photovoltaics (PV) power projects throughout the U.S.

XsunX reports 15.1 percent CIGS conversion efficiency

Thin film photovoltaics (PV) cell manufacturer, XsunX, Inc. has announced it has reached 15.1 percent conversion efficiency with its CIGSolar technology.

Thailand: Suntech to supply solar panels to 44 MW solar project

Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. has announced it will supply 9.43 megawatts (MW) of solar panels and technical support for the second phase of a 44 MW solar power plant (38MW AC output) in Thailand.

Solon inaugurates its first French PV power plants

Germany-based Solon has announced the inauguration of its first French ground-mounted photovoltaics (PV) power plants worth €15 million.

Czech update: Solar investors protest against imposition of new solar tax

Over one hundred distressed Czech solar investors and businessmen gathered in front of the Czech Parliament in Prague today in order to protest against the imposition of new solar tax to be charged on income generated by solar plants.

New initiative looks to space for solar energy

An U.S.-India initiative says it is seeking to ease the global energy crisis by harvesting solar power from space.

Centrosolar positive as it announces increased revenues and strong international growth

Germany-based Centrosolar says its revenue for the first nine months of this year has already exceeded last year’s entire total after hitting €311 million (€309 million was reached in 2009).

First Solar: Germany will not be center of its universe

For years, First Solar has been a role model as a manufacturer who excels at shaving production costs while boosting its module efficiencies quarter after quarter. It’s a favorite solar stock and a bellwether for the industry.

Suntech plans 1,000 US jobs

China-based Suntech Power Holdings plans to create more than 1,000 jobs in the U.S. over the next few years, according to China Daily.

Study: appropriate pricing of PV in Germany would reduce electricity charges

A new study, “The True Value of Photovoltaics in Germany”, says the stock market price on the Leipzig-based European Energy Exchange is “unsuitable” as a benchmark for pricing photovoltaic (PV) electricity.

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