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Sharp produces its two millionth solar panel

Sharp Electronics Corporation is commemorating the production of its two millionth solar panel at its assembly operation at Sharp Manufacturing Company of America (SMCA) in Memphis.

Conergy to build 5 solar installations in Italy

Germany-based Conergy is stepping up production in Italy with the announcement that its set to build five solar installations for the Italian hotel group, Bluserena.

Veeco awarded USD$800K; jobs to be created

Veeco Instruments Inc. has been awarded USD$800,000 in matching funds to help bring its CIGS (copper, indium, gallium, selenium) deposition equipment technology to market. The company has said this development will help to create jobs.

Spire receives DOE grant to develop LED based solar simulator

Spire Corporation has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as the recipient of a Small Business Innovation Research grant to develop a light emitting diode (LED) based solar simulator.

US: PBEC and Patriot Solar create commercial solar farm partnership

Renewable energy project developer Pacific Blue Energy Corp. (PBEC), has announced it will be partnering with Patriot Solar Inc. for the development of commercial solar farms in Southwestern U.S.

Yingli to help build 20 solar powered training centers in Africa

As part of the official campaign of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa – ’20 Centres for 2010′ – Yingli Green Energy has announced its plans to provide solar power to 20 training centers across Africa.

CNPV looking to grow Greek solar projects

CNPV Solar Power SA has announced its intention to develop new solar projects in Greece. The news comes as the company enters into a long-term sales agreement with Photon Hellas.

Call to grow US solar energy industry

A call to encourage the growth of America’s domestic solar energy industry has been made by a number of companies and industry representatives.

Solar Energy Initiatives to undertake USD$16 million PV project

Solar Energy Initiatives, Inc. (SNRY) has signed a letter of intent to install USD$16 million worth of photovoltaics (PV) systems on government buildings in Pennsylvania, the U.S.

Hyundai Heavy Industries aims to hit 1 GW by 2012

Korea-based Hyundai Heavy Industries has said it is looking to hit a production capacity of one gigawatt (GW) and sales of one trillion by 2012, in a bid to become a world leader in solar power production.

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