PVinsights : Polysilicon and solar cells experience great price increase this week

Polysilicon prices experience great increase this week. The still under review Chinese anti-dumping and countervailing investigation against polysilicon import from the US, EU, and Korea continues adding momentum for the price uptrend of 2nd grade polysilicon in China.

New Choice for Flat Roof PV Installations, Offering Fierce Competition

Schletter releases the Fix-EZ solar mounting system for flat roof applications, multifunctional components result in lower price and fewer parts

Ballard Signs Long-Term Engineering Services Contract To Advance Volkswagen AG Fuel Cell Automotive

Expected contract value of C$60-100 million

Sentinel Solar and Jinko Solar enter into Distribution Agreement in Canada

Sentinel Solar continues to grow as they enter a distribution agreement in Canada with Jinko Solar.

Tentec Supplies Bolt Tensioning Tools to Wind Turbine Gearbox Manufacturer

Tentec's bolt tensioning system for wind turbines has been purchased by wind turbine gearbox manufacturer, ZF Industries, for use in its USA manufacturing plant.

Simple, fast and precise measurement of thermal systems

To simplify the measurement of thermal systems, greenTEG developed a new type of heat flux sensor that enables the easy, fast and precise measurements of thermal fluxes through solids, liquids, gases, and radiation.

CSP Thermal Energy Storage vital for utilities and grid operators

The modern age of CSP can arguably be traced back to the 354MW Solar Energy Generating Systems (SEGS) in the Mojave desert, which now make up the oldest operating plant in the world, as well as one of the largest.

CPV growth potential in emerging markets to take centre stage at CPV International 2013

All eyes are on leading project developers and system manufacturers congregating in Madrid for international conference

Solar Power Required On Every New Home Pioneering Requirement From Lancaster, California

A first-of-its-kind requirement for solar power systems is going to be implemented in Lancaster, California. The requirement is that solar power systems be installed on all new single-family homes within the city. Furthermore, this announcement comes from a Republican mayor. All newly-built single-family homes within Lancaster will be required to feature solar power systems starting on January 1, 2014. This is a rather stunning announcement in itself, but the fact that it comes from a Republican is even more surprising. Mayor Rex Parris is a big solar power advocate, though. You may have heard of him already, as he has previously stated his intention to make Lancaster “the solar energy capital of the world.” The new requirements “will be written into Lancaster’s ‘Residential Zones Update’ on residential solar,” Greentech Media reports. In addition to a variety of new requirements having to do with energy efficiency and green building practices, new single family homes will have to meet minimum solar energy system requirements.

Sharp Solar US Names Soligent as Master Distributor

SMCA will supply its solar modules to Soligent for resale to Soligent's nationwide network of installers and distributors.

Samsung SDI and Xtreme Power to Install Energy Storage System in Texas

With 1MWh Order, Samsung SDI and Xtreme Power Announce Partnership to Develop Innovative Energy Storage Solutions

Solar Energy to Get Boost From Cutting-Edge Forecasts

The research team is designing a prototype system to forecast sunlight and resulting power every 15 minutes over specific solar facilities.

First Associates Loan Servicing CEO, David Johnson, to Speak at Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit

David Johnson will speak about, "The role of the Servicer and Back-up Servicer in Solar Securitizations" at the Solar Power Finance and Investment Summit on March 18th

City of Grenoble, Grenoble-Alpes Metropole, Cite lib, EDF, Toyota Motor Corporation to Launch Ultra-compact Urban EV Car-sharing Project

- An innovative individual mobility solution to complement existing public transport - Toyota to offer nearly 70 ultra-compact urban electric vehicles designed specifically for "last mile" mobility needs - A self-service car sharing project, also available for one-way trips, managed by a unique centralised IT system based on a system developed by Toyota; administrated and operated in collaboration with partners

PRYSMIAN, NEW CONTRACT WORTH MORE THAN 50 M FOR THE CONNECTION OF THE OFFSHORE WIND PARK DEUTSCHE BUCHT IN GERMANY.

The 12th project secured within the renewable energies development plans in the North Sea confirms the Group's role as strategic partner in the sector.----- Strong growth perspectives for the Group: 4.5 GW new power from offshore wind parks already under installation and 18.4 GW consented.

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