First Solar Awarded 140MW Module Supply Contract for Australia's Largest Solar Project

Situated 15 kilometers south of Townsville, the project will supply electricity to the Sun Metals zinc refinery, which is a member of the Korea Zinc Group and a world leader in metal processing technology.

PVinsights: Disappointed Demand Forces Suppliers to Conform

Polysilicon prices remain stable following the gain before lunar New Year, as disappointing result of price negotiation in downstream raises doubts about the strength of demand. As polysilicon prices in China hit near the saturation points, there is not much rooms for polysilicon suppliers to improve the prices. In addition, as the demand after lunar New Year holiday seems weaker than anticipated, there are also no driving forces to push up the price further. While the price rally in China tempers, polysilicon suppliers in overseas also tend to stabilize their prices as well. As the result, overall polysilicon prices stay unchanged this week.

APsystems establishes new sales, service office in Guadalajara

APsystems has established a new office in Guadalajara, Mexico, to support regional sales, distribution and service.

GES COMPLETES ITS FIRST PV PLANT IN JAMAICA

The PV plant has an installed capacity of 28 MW and it is already grid connected

Schneider Electric Helps Sun Chemical Use Solar to Drive Energy Savings

• Switch to renewable energy will cut electricity costs at New Jersey production facility by $400,000 • Solar project adds to 12-year energy management partnership that has produced more than $12 million in savings

Ecoark Holdings, Inc. Subsidiary Magnolia Solar Awarded U.S. Patent on High Efficiency Multijunction Solar Cell for Space and Portable Power Applications

Ecoark Holdings, a provider of a growing suite of proprietary technologies and services that drive sustainability and facilitate sustainable growth for a wide range of clients, announced its subsidiary Magnolia Solar, Inc. has recently been awarded a new U.S. patent by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Exosun commissions its trackers on the largest PV plant in Hawaii

The Waianae solar plant, developed by Eurus Energy America, with project design and construction by REC Solar, situated in Waianae, West Oahu, is the largest PV plant in Hawaii. It has been equipped with 264 Exotrack HZ single-axis trackers which orient 127,160 modules towards the sun throughout the day to significantly increase the plant's energy yield and thereby contribute to providing cheaper, cleaner power to the Hawaiian population.

Wuxi Suntech Awarded "Top Brand PV" Seal from EuPD Research

Recently, Wuxi Suntech has been awarded "Top Brand PV" seal from EuPD research, ranked amongst top component suppliers. And this award showed that Suntech stood out for its top brand quality, high brand awareness amongst end-customers, and distribution depth, which refers to a strong position in brand portfolios of installers.

SolaTrim LLC Inks Nationwide Canadian Distribution Agreement With Guillevin Greentech of Ontario

Guillevin Greentech, a subsidiary of Guillevin International Co., and affiliated with CED Greentech in the US, will be offering SolaTrim's solar panel protection to residential solar system integrators all across Canada.

SolarWindow Wins 2017 BIG Innovation Award

Business Intelligence Group Names SolarWindow as "Shining Star" of Innovation and a Chairman's Choice Winner This Year

SolarWorld trainer will help solar installers to sell manufacturer's value proposition

First two-day trainings will take place in San Diego, New Jersey, Salt Lake City

American Solar Job Force Hits New Record Growth, Now Stands at 260,000-Strong

Experiencing its biggest growth year yet, the solar industry in the United States now employs more than 260,000 Americans, according to The Solar Foundation's seventh annual National Solar Jobs Census released today.

SOLAR POWER IS ON THE RISE - GLOBAL SOLAR SUPPLY IS READY TO MEET DEMAND

CIE SOLAR SUPPLY RENAMES BRAND AND LAUNCHES GLOBALSOLARSUPPLY.COM

TÜV SÜD supports CEZ Group in wind-farm acquisition

CEZ Group acquired eight wind farms from project developer wpd. The majority of the wind farms, which have a total of 35 wind turbines and installed capacity of 85.25 MW, are located in the northern part of Germany. The leading Czech energy supplier relies on TÜV SÜD's expertise for the necessary technical due diligence.

Conference to Examine Optimizing Water-Energy Nexus

The Water-Energy Nexus Conference, February 28-March 1, 2017 in Los Angeles (www.water-energy-nexus.com) zeros in on the challenges facing water-energy efficiency programs, technology advances that can help drive efficiencies and cost savings, and successful case studies of joint water-energy optimization initiatives. The event is unique in that it brings together startups, investors, business strategists, regulators, energy companies, water companies and technology innovators for two days of networking and sharing of insights into maximizing one of the most precious resources of our time.

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