GoodWe is a rapidly expanding inverter manufacturer that recently went public on the Shanghai Stock Market. The company is a major player on the international stage and has increased its market share in every major PV market. What new products and solutions did GoodWe showcase at SNEC 2020 in Shanghai? What is GoodWe’s international marketing strategy? Ron Shen, Vice President of International Sales, addressed these questions during an exclusive interview with PV Magazine.
With silver use per cell falling as demand grows, two different consultancies have given different accounts of future demand for silver in PV applications.
The German renewable energy developer offloads three individual ground-mounted solar PV sites to newly established green investment vehicle Greencoat Solar for an undisclosed sum.
Independent solar power producers Sonnedix have announced a non-recourse refinancing worth EUR 197.1 million, for its 66 MW portfolio of pv plants in Italy.
The Berlin-based battery and software specialist has been selected by British energy firm Centrica to design and supply a 49 MW lithium-ion system located at a former gas and coal power plant in northern England.
The German solar equipment manufacturer receives first prepayment on EUR 110 million CIGS order placed by two subsidiaries of Chinese state-owned enterprise China National Building Materials.
The European independent asset manager has invested triple-digit-million euros in the solar farm, which is due to be completed in 2018. The plant will also have a storage system installed alongside.
Country’s ambitious solar parks program is being undermined by insufficient infrastructure and delays in site preparation and land acquisition, finds analysis by Mercom Capital Group.
The Breakthrough Energy Coalition is backing research on low- and zero-carbon technologies; however, their guidelines show a lack of understanding of solar technology and market development.
World Bank Group member the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Dutch development bank FMO have both made significant investments into German off-grid solar provider Mobisol, which will help the company expand and accelerate its business operations in East Africa.
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