KYOCERA to Supply 34 Megawatts of U.S.-Made Solar Modules for Utility-Scale Installation

Arizona-based solar project will rank among North America's largest

HELIAE BREAKS GROUND ON COMMERCIAL DEMONSTRATION FACILITY FOR ALGAE PRODUCTION

Facility Marks Heliae's Transition from Research & Development to Commercialization

Siemens receives its first wind power order in Chile

The El Arrayn wind power plant marks our market entry in Chile

SolarEdge Reports – Over 1 Million Power Optimizers Shipped Worldwide

Market and technology leader for distributed solar power optimization continues its successful growth

Nominees for the Intersolar AWARD 2012

For the fifth time since the AWARD was launched, Intersolar Europe unveils the nominees for the solar industry innovation prize

Momentive Performance Materials Expands SilTRUST* Technology Solutions For Solar Module Production

Momentive's patented SilTRUST technology builds on decades of experience protecting the solar arrays of spacecraft and satellites

Opportunities In UK Renewable Heat Markets

Changing regulation, delayed legislation and investment opportunities.

Reduce Conventional Waste Disposal by Non Ferrous Metal Cycling

Also some companies buy rejected metal accessories directly from individuals.

Clenergy SPS inverters launch in China's domestic market soon

The SPS inverters meet the leading industry technical standards and are suitable for large commercial deployments and ground power stations. It was formally introduced to the world earlier this month at the SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai, China.

Solar Micro Inverter Reference Design

The solar power industry is evolving to meet the requirements of a changing landscape, as it moves from a cottage industry to mass production. Solar design engineers are being challenged to optimize energy harvesting, reduce installation costs, and improve system reliability and efficiency while sta

Next-gen solar makers still finding funding

Despite the fact that solar panels are quickly becoming a commodity — cheap and uniform — it looks like investors are still willing to put a small amount of funding into the next-generation of solar equipment. Three startup solar makers have raised funds over the past week or so — two that make concentrating solar technology and one that makes crystalline silicon solar cells. Last week Solexel, which uses silicon gas to make solar wafers, closed on $25 million in funding, according to a filing. Bloomberg reported on the deal and said that the funds would be used to build a pilot plant in California, which would be a testing ground for a larger commercial plant in Malaysia. Solar panel maker SunPower participated in the round, as did venture investors Kleiner Perkins, Technology Partners and DAG Ventures, reported Bloomberg.

World Green Energy Symposium Will Showcase Latest Technologies

The World Green Energy Symposium (WGES) is coming to DC and will be held June 21, 2012 at the Washington Post Conference Center featuring latest innovative technologies & products. WGES World Stage & Exhibits serve as a platform for latest launches and economic opportunities.

SolarEdge Reports – Over 1 Million Power Optimizers Shipped Worldwide

Market and technology leader for distributed solar power optimization continues its successful growth

Financial uncertainty to determine future of PV in South Africa?

Since the announcement that 18 PV projects were awarded in the first wave of South Africa's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) in December 2011, independent power producers have been working behind the scenes to secure backing from both local and international financiers.

JNNSM in Brief: Exclusive Podcast with Tarun Kapoor, MNRE, Government of India

During a recent PV Insider podcast, Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of India; provided an outlook about the current situation and future developments of the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.

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