MNRE and state governments join together to discuss PV policy in July 2012

PV Insider has announced that government officials from the MNRE, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Karnataka will gather at the PV Project Development Summit 2012 in New Delhi, to discuss the strategy of the photovoltaic industry for Phase II of the Solar Mission and state policies.

India to profit from US-China solar dispute?

The on-going PV tariff dispute between the United States and China could have major consequences for the Indian industry as it continues its fight against cheap competition.

REC Solar - AEE Solar Partnership Goes Platinum in the US

With its Partner Program REC supports distributors and large installers to achieve their business objectives through intensive training programs and advanced sales and marketing cooperation

Inerjys Beefs Up Team In Advance of First Close

Cleantech fund deepens sector knowledge with addition of solar, wind, storage and biofuels experts

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, First Solar and Big Green Zero Energize Solar Power System at Taliesin West

Marks Completion of the First Phase of the Energizing Taliesin WestTM Initiative

Redstone College Prepares Its Wind Energy Technology Graduates to Meet Colorado's Wind Power Job Demand Growth

Wind lab provides Redstone students with hands-on curriculum to ensure workforce readiness

bSolar launches High Efficiency Bifacial Silicon Solar Cells

The cells represent a breakthrough in solar cell technology leading to higher energy yields at lower costs

Aquamarine Power wins major European Commission award

Aquamarine Power was one of five winners

Highly-Charged: Electric Cars Drive Battery Market Forwards

Electric vehicles require different energy storage devices to run, and this will fuel the demand for advanced batteries in the future

Baringa Partners wins Energy Risk's Consultancy Firm of the Year award

Growth in headcount, expansion into new geographies, broadened service offerings and excellent client service have resulted in Baringa's recognition as the leading global energy consultancy

Obama urges Congress to extend clean-energy tax credits

From a wind-power factory in this battleground state, President Obama urged Congress to extend tax credits he said would save jobs in the field of clean-energy production. Obama said continuing the production tax credit would save 37,000 jobs that would otherwise be at risk, an estimate his aides based on reports from industry officials. "If Congress doesn't act, companies like this one will take a hit. Jobs will be lost. That's not a guess. That's a fact," Obama said Thursday as he visited TPI Composites, a wind turbine blade manufacturer based in a town that's home to a closed Maytag factory. "We can't let that happen. We can't walk away from these jobs." The production tax credit, created in 1992 and extended nearly continuously since then, gives wind farms a credit of 2.2 cents per kilowatt-hour of energy produced. Industry advocates said it spurred $15.5 billion a year in private investment in the U.S. in the last five years. The credit is scheduled to expire at the end of the year.

SolarEdge Launches Next Generation PV Power Optimizer

The power optimizers will be presented for the first time at the trade fair Intersolar Europe in June

Who are the leading CSP companies in 2012?

Finalists of the CSP Today USA 2012 awards have been announced, and this is the first time the industry will vote live for the industry choice award.

Drive for solar policy change takes place in June in Vegas

The solar industry has seen a backlash of negative stories but professionals in the Concentrated Solar Power industry are set to fight back and reignite the torch for CSP plants in California, Arizona and Nevada.

Abu Dhabi State Oil Refiner Launches Pilot Project with Solar Frontier CIS Thin-Film Modules

Showa Shell Sekiyu Group Participates in Takreer Joint Project with Japan Cooperation Center, Petroleum

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