Hanwha Q.Cells supplies Davos solar rooftop

Given the number of world leaders gathering to argue over topics such as the global economic malaise and whether Britain really wants to be in the EU or not, you might imagine enough hot air would be spouted annually at the World Economic Forum in Davos to power the Swiss city without the need for renewables.

Republicans criticize renewable subsidies to 'foreign' firms

President Obama’s plans to extend a US$16 billion renewables stimulus package for another year are set to be another bone of contention in his ongoing battle with the U.S.’ Republican-dominated Congress.

Arizona solar area part of state's 192,000-acre renewables-friendly zone

U.S. Secretary of State for the Interior, Senator Ken Salazar, has announced the designation of more than 192,000 acres of public land in Arizona as suitable for utility-scale solar and wind projects as part of the Restoration Design Energy Project.

Upgrading grids "our lifeline" – TÜV Rheinland chief

The CEO of solar testing company TÜV Rheinland has called on politicians in Germany and the European Union to make a huge effort to upgrade grids because, he told an audience at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, “our current network is our lifeline”.

Minister of Environment Peter Altmaier bolsters German module manufacturers

The German Minister of Environment Peter Altmaier attended the World Future Energy Summit this year.

SEIA and Solar Alliance merge

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the advocacy organisation commited to establishing solar policies at state level in the U.S., Solar Alliance, will operate under the SEIA brand with effect immediately.

Tijuana recognised for solar forwardness

Tijuana, Baja California, has been in the spotlight for being an important leader in the green energy sector. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore also commended Tijuana on its efforts and forwardness in promoting clean energy.

New South Wales cuts feed-in tariffs

A review of the New South Wales (NSW) solar bonus scheme has led the state government to the decision to reduce the feed-in tariffs for solar energy.

Solar energy for Moscow

An eight kilowatt peak system is currently being installed on the roof of the Russian Space Museum in Moscow.

1000 MW and 1100 jobs with Blythe solar project

The U.S. Department of the Interior has approved the nearly 1,100 megawatts solar power project in Blythe, California.

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