PVinsights : Cooling demand pushes overall solar component prices down at the end of Dec.

In China, most domestic module makers are reducing their inventory levels in preparation for their annual financial report, which leads to an increase in module supply on the local market. As domestic demand in China remains solid, the added market supply can be fully digested.

WINAICO ships world's first 230 W HeatCap modules to Japan

WINAICO begins shipping the highest efficiency 48 cell modules to Japan. The 230 W modules combine the world's highest efficiency PERC solar cells with WINAICO's patented HeatCap technology, using SiC coating, to improve protection against micro-cracks in the field.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES, INC. ANNOUNCES ACCUDYNE™ AC DYNAMOMETER TESTING SYSTEM FOR WIND POWER APPLICATIONS

Handles all driveline testing requirements for active and passive components

Commerce Department Solar Tariff Decision Already Hurting U.S. Solar Manufacturers

CASE Highlights Two U.S. Companies Facing Financial Pressure, Plant Closures and Job Losses

Trina Solar Ranks No. 1 Solar Manufacturer on SVTC's 2014 Solar Scorecard

Marks 3rd Consecutive Year as Top Global PV Manufacturer for Environmental and Social Commitments

CODA Energy begins operation of the largest behind-the-meter energy storage system in the Los Angeles basin

Project showcases energy storage leader's capabilities in demand management and peak shaving

Utah Solar Industry Beginning to Take Hold

A new growth industry is emerging in Utah, where residential solar installations in Q3 alone were equal to the amount installed in all last year. In addition, added solar capacity in Q3 was more than six times the capacity installed over Q3 2013, according to GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association's (SEIA) most recent U.S. Solar Market Insight® quarterly report.

Nevada Continues Strong Solar Investment

With the addition of another major solar power plant supplying clean, renewable energy to America's sunniest state, Nevada was second in the nation in added solar capacity during Q3, according to GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association's (SEIA) most recent U.S. Solar Market Insight® quarterly report. The Copper Mountain 3 project added 171.4 megawatts (MW) to Nevada's solar portfolio.

AEG Power Solutions Presents Reference Energy Storage Station with Tecnalia and Iberdrola

On-grid battery storage system to manage peak demands and integrate smoothly renewable energy sources SAGER features AEG Power Solutions latest innovations in the field

Kyocera and Century Tokyo Leasing to Develop 13.4MW Floating Solar Power Plant on Reservoir in Chiba Prefecture, Japan

Providing the equivalent power used by roughly 4,700 typical households, installation set to become the world's largest floating solar plant

Energy Storage India 2014 Concludes With Broad Consensus on Opportunities for Storage to Address Development Goals, Drive Energy Transformation and Manufacturing Growth

Outlook is positive and opportunities abound in fast-growing market

Ballard Prototype Next Generation Fuel Cell Bus Modules Set to Begin Trial in Hamburg, Germany

The first two buses powered by Ballard's prototype FCvelocity®-HD7 fuel cell power module have been presented to Hamburger Hochbahn AG – transit operator for the City of Hamburg, Germany – and will now be part of an operations trial.

SAKOR TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDES BELT NOISE TEST STAND TO FORD MOTOR COMPANY

Will help company meet new SAE J2432-2012 specifications on vehicle belt noise

RENEWABLES EXPERT HITS OUT AT ELECTRICITY SUPPLY SUBSIDIES FOR FOSSIL GENERATORS

A leading renewable energy expert has hit out at the UK's electricity supply auctions as 'gross hypocrisy'

SunPower Invests in the Smart Energy Home

Throughout the year, SunPower Corp. has invested in integrated technology solutions to help customers manage their cost of energy.

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