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Fitting China into the PV equation

China was heavily in focus at the International Energy Week, which took place last week in Singapore.

2010 PV installation forecast boosted

Research company iSuppli Corp. has boosted its 2010 global photovoltaics (PV) installations forecast following “stronger than expected” growth in Germany.

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.

Incremental innovations at Clean Energy Expo

The Clean Energy Expo opened its doors on Tuesday in Singapore. Two major sessions – solar power commercialization and solar power technology – were the highlights of the day, with a range of prominent speakers who were well versed in the subject, attending.

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.

China: PV still at “take-off” stage

China’s photovoltaics (PV) sector is still at the take-off stage, with an “unevenly” developed industry chain, according to a new research report, which investigates the policy and economy risks associated with entering the country’s new energy industry.

PEPPER PV project receives €9.4 million EC funding

Thin film silicon solar research project – called PEPPER and led by Oerlikon Solar – has received a €9.4 million grant under the Framework Programme for Research of the European Union, coordinated by the DG Energy of the European Commission.

New US solar research facility awarded USD$6 million

U.S.-based Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) board has approved a COEE (Centers of Energy Excellence) designation and USD$6 million in funding to establish the Solar Valley Research Enterprise (SVRE).

Study: PV expansion won’t affect Germany’s power grids

A new study has concluded that Germany’s power grids are “well prepared” to handle the future expansion of photovoltaics (PV) generation to the planned 52 gigawatts by 2020, the level stipulated by the country’s government in its National Action Plan for Renewable Energy.

?China: 1 million solar electric cars to be developed

China Trends Holdings Limited has said it is looking to develop one million solar electric cars, along with China Innovation Investment Limited and China Oriental Numerical Control Company Limited.

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