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SMA announces “major hiring push” in California, U.S. Northeast

The inverter giant’s expansion plans are a response to what it says are favorable market conditions. In addition, the company is introducing new products to the U.S. market, including solutions for battery storage.

Global MLPE market to grow to $1.16bn by 2021 in wake of new regulatory requirements, finds Frost & Sullivan

Growth in distributed renewable power generation is sparking raft of regulatory requirements that benefit module level power electronics, says a Frost & Sullivan report.


Power Electronics provides 275 MW of inverters for two Mexican projects

The devices will be used by Spanish developer Iberdrola Renovables to build two large-scale PV projects in Sonora and San Luis de Potosí.

KACO New Energy to ship 300 MW of inverters to South Korea

The German firm signs framework agreement with DNE Solar for the delivery of 300 MW of string inverters to be installed across South Korea.

Five takeaways from PV Expo Tokyo 2017

PV Expo Tokyo, the leading solar power show for the world’s third-largest PV market, concluded last week after three full-on days. pv magazine reports on five key takeaways from this year’s show.


Enphase narrows losses in Q4 results

The company appears to be making progress with its restructuring, as it continues to launch increasingly sophisticated home energy solutions.

PV Expo: SolarEdge goes big in Japan with new training and logistics center, expanded staff

The Israeli-headquartered DC power optimizer specialist announces bold new expansion into the Japanese market at PV Expo, Tokyo, including new office and expanded portfolio.

Huawei European distributor books 500 MW of inverters

German engineering and systems integrator Wattkraft agrees framework agreement with the Chinese inverter specialists for the supply of 500 MW of inverters to be shipped within Germany and beyond.

Turkey delays tender of 1 GW solar plant by one month

Turkey’s tender for the flagship solar PV project with 1 GW of capacity has been postponed for one month. The government wants the plant to be built using locally manufactured content only.


Enphase job losses to largely impact Californian HQ

Around 75 jobs will be lost during the microinverter specialist’s restructuring drive, which reflects increased price pressure across the segment, both globally and in the U.S.

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