New solar photovoltaic (PV) demand added during the first quarter of 2014 exceeded 9 gigawatts (GW), which was 35 percent more than the previous first-quarter record, set last year. In fact, every quarter in 2014 is forecast to reach new highs, with trailing 12-month demand at the end of Q1 2015 forecast to exceed 50 GW for the first time, according to findings in the latest NPD Solarbuzz Quarterly report. The record level of demand achieved in the first quarter was driven by strong growth in Japan and the United Kingdom. These two countries combined accounted for more than one-third of global solar PV demand in Q1 2014 and set new quarterly records for PV deployed.
Scatec Solar is installing 8.58 MW BYD System, increasing power generation of country by 8%
The new stack designs are available for applications at three voltage levels 3.3kV, 6.6kV and 10kV
Students to feature next generation smart module technology for residential home
"It's estimated that thousands of schools across America have already installed solar panels – but tens of thousands of others are still tethered to fossil fuels,
Korea Based Shinsung Solar Energy to Supply SunEdison with High-Efficiency Solar Cells Through 2016
CEC Acquires First Two Projects from Massachusetts-Based Solar Developer BlueWave Capital.
Priority for tidal energy development off Suffolk, Norfolk and East Yorkshire coastlines
ReliOn PEM Cell Technology Will Provide Fuel Cell Stacks for GenDrive Class 3 Units
More than 850 experts from the fields of business, politics, and research discuss worldwide storage development in Düsseldorf, Germany
Manz acquires mechanical engineering division of KEMET (formerly Arcotronics) in Bologna in Italy ---- Enlargement of own technology portfolio by winding technology for manufacturing lithium-ion batteries ---- Opening up market access to attractive new customers in Europe and Asia ---- Positive momentum from consumer electronics, e-mobility and stationary energy storage expected in 2014
Intersolar Europe 2014 takes place from June 4–6 at Messe München.
Baldwin Auck most recently served as senior policy and regulatory associate at Utah Clean Energy
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