Ignite Solar has introduced a one megawatt (MW) turnkey solar park for distributed installations. The innovative design is scalable from one to 30 MWs and delivers a distributed solution at the cost advantage of a large utility project.
IPVEA is working with EU PVSEC to present the PV Production Forum 2010 for PV manufacturing technologies at the 25th EU PVSEC and 5th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion (WCPEC-5) on September 7, in Vaencia,Spain.
Sunpower Corp. and MBG have announced that MBG has completed the installation of a 29.7-kilowatt high-efficiency Sunpower system on the roof of the FriedrichstadtPalast – Berlin’s historic landmark theater building, which features the largest performance stage in the world.
Solopower has launched its debut CIGS-based, thin-film, lightweight, flexible SFX1-i photovoltaic (PV) module.
REC Solar, Inc. and Tigo Energy jointly announced today that the two companies have reached a development agreement to offer the Tigo Energy Maximizer Solution as part of REC Solar’s commercial and residential installations throughout the U.S.
Trina Solar Limited has announced two new management appointments.
Basler AG and Semilab Zrt have closed a deal to transfer all intellectual
properties and all assets including all activities of sales, marketing, research and development, production and services associated with the Solar Wafer Inspection Businessn from Basler to to Semilab.
Christopher Associates announces that it believes Koh Youngs KY8030-3 has established its credentials as the best and most cost-effective solder paste inspection system in the North American market with several key wins in the past 90 days with small, mid-sized and large manufacturers in several market sectors.
LDK Solar Co., Ltd. has signed a contract to supply solar modules to the Power Systems division of Italy-based ABB SpA (ABB), a subsidiary of ABB Group. Under the terms of the agreement, LDK Solar will deliver 13 megawatts (MW) of solar modules to ABB in the third quarter of this year.
Carmanah Technologies Corp. has been awarded a CAD$1.5 million contract by the Town of Markham, Ontario, Canada to supply, install, and commission a 250 kW solar photovoltaic grid-tie system. The system will be installed on the Town’s newly re-located Emergency Operation Centre.
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