Too many credits offered too soon could flatten prices, research firm Bloomberg New Energy Finance finds in new report
The number of North American companies that visit the stand grows----- Interest in the PVWD family of inverters and in the Advanced Power Integrated Stations
International Visitors Flock to PV Manufacturer's Innovative Booth and Solar PV Factory Tour
Wildcat Discovery Technologies Enters Joint Development Agreement with Japan's Asahi Kasei Corp. for Rechargeable Battery Technology
Wildcat's First Multi‐Year Partnership Marks Company's Evolution from Project‐Based Activities to Extended Strategic Development Partnerships
JA Solar Commences Large-Volume Module Shipments From Bids Totaling 70MW With China Guangdong Nuclear Solar Energy
JA Solar's total of 70MW in successful bids makes it the largest single bid winner in a 150MW tender offered by CGN.
Solar Panels Going Up in 1.76MW Project at Springfield Service Center
This year's exhibitor list is among the most diverse in the event's history.
IMS Research's recently released report The World Market for Concentrated PV (CPV) - 2012 revealed that the CPV market is predicted to reach almost 90 MW in 2012
Georgia Solar Utilities, Inc. uses a mutual type company to deploy 2GW of large scale solar projects; ratepayers profit from dividends; $7B economic stimulus for state;
New initiative is one step of many needed to build a sustainable solar market in Georgia
Since the introduction of the solar Feed-in-Tariff in July 2012, Japan has emerged as perhaps the most exciting international market. Having already established a solid rooftop sector, a flood of commercial scale projects are underway, attracting a great deal of domestic and international interest.
Sharp Corp. plans to end production and sales of solar cells and modules in the U.S. and Europe by March as part of a restructuring, Kyodo News said. Sharp also plans to sell three manufacturing plants for solar products in Japan’s Nara, Osaka and Toyama prefectures and consolidate production at its Sakai plant, Kyodo reported today, without saying where it got the information. Sharp wasn’t the source of the report and nothing has been decided, Miyuki Nakayama, a company spokeswoman, said by phone. Osaka-based Sharp plans to cut more than 10,000 jobs, or about 18 percent of its workforce, and is in talks to sell plants as it tries to return to profit, two people with knowledge of the proposal said yesterday. The job cuts and sales of television factories in Mexico, China and Malaysia, as well as U.S. solar developer Recurrent Energy LLC, were in the plan Sharp presented to lenders Sept. 24, the people said, declining to be identified because the matter isn’t public.
Baker Electric Solar is encouraging neighbors to have solar energy conversations on National Good Neighbor Day Friday, Sept. 28. San Diego County homeowners who have solar systems and share their experience with a neighbor will both receive a 128-page book of energy-savings tips.
CSP Today is proud to announce the finalists in each of the categories of the CSP Today International Awards 2012. Abengoa, Acciona, Flabeg, Grupo Ibereolica and Hawe Hydraulik are among the selected companies.
President Dilma Rousseff has stated publically that a significant proportion of Brazil's economic development should be based on renewable energy- such dedication from the top should surely give a real boost to the solar sector in the country.
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