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Emerging markets mature as India, Brazil and Mexico take great strides in their respective solar evolutions, new technology turns heads, and Greece receives some solar-backed good news.

Conference in Hamburg will pave the way for PV's future

Collective intelligence: EU PVSEC unites global researchers, industry representatives and policy makers

All that shimmers is BIPV

Interview: The market for building-integrated PV (BIPV) has been anything but stellar. But there is some twinkle to the products Manz is turning out from its innovation line in Germany’s southwest. Bernd Sprecher and Christoph Schmidt spoke to pv magazine about its modules that can now be supplied in various colors, including gold.

Dyesol joins Solliance as an industrial partner

Dyesol Limited and Solliance are pleased to announce they have signed an agreement formalising Dyesol’s entry as an Industrial Partner to Solliance, a world-class solar energy consortium situated in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Oxford PV co-founder elected a Fellow of Royal Society

Perovskite thin film R&D cited for election of 37-year-old. Oxford PV expects to sign deal with cell manufacturer next year.

5 takeaways from 2015 SNEC

A genuine solar boom, the internationalization of manufacturing, yieldcos and technology to drive conversion efficiencies higher were major trends to emerge from the SNEC trade show and conference last week in Shanghai, China. Here are five of the key trends.

MIT Energy Initiative: solar best potential for meeting humanity's needs

Solar has been singled out by the MIT Energy Initiative (METEI) as holding the best potential for meeting humanity’s future long-term energy needs while cutting greenhouse gas emissions. The research calls for more funding into grid and market integration of PV along with research into technologies to reduce cost and increase efficiencies.

pv magazine launches SNEC 50 Technology Highlights Special

Special download gives the lowdown on our hand-selected next generation technologies that will take solar PV manufacturing to the next level.

Record quarter for residential and commercial solar

Mercom solar financing report says expiry of US federal tax credit has driven segment to new high. UK and African off-grid projects also feature prominently in Q1 figures.

US: solar could disrupt shale revolution, study finds

Report by energy research company Wood Mackenzie points to solar as the one technology with the capacity to transform energy markets in same way shale did.

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