PVinsights: Demand Weakness Firming

Polysilicon in China dropped consecutively for two straight weeks as strong selling pressure in the downstream wafer sector has crept into the market. The price of polysilicon for multi-crystalline wafer were obviously under pressured as many polysilicon buyers started canceling their original polysilicon orders and cutting their production utilization rate amid waning downstream demand. However, high purity polysilicon for the use of mono-crystalline wafer remained tight as major mono-crystalline wafer makers in the stage of aggressive capacity expansion has yet to slow down their pace of procurement to build strategic ingot inventory, continuing to push the price for high purity polysilicon higher amid RMB appreciation. As polysilicon prices were now above the market's affordability and the market sentiment clearly dwindled, more Chinese buyers struggled to keep their pace of procurement growth.

AEO Accreditation Boosts LONGi's Global Deployment

LONGi Solar receives highest international customs credit rating for trade enterprises

SEIA President and CEO Sends Personal Plea to Pres. Trump to Preserve Solar Jobs by Rejecting High Tariffs

"A decision to impose high tariffs in line with the International Trade Commission's recommendation will lead to the layoff of tens of thousands of workers, cause companies to stop investing in the United States and bring an American economic engine screeching to a halt," Hopper wrote.

Two Digit Higher Solar System Output with Bifacial Technology

Bifacial system performance test shows 11.27% higher average energy yield than the monofacial system

INTERSOLAR EUROPE 2018: SOLAR POWER GENERATES MOBILITY

E-mobility is driving deployment of photovoltaics

Learning From Solar's Past Mistakes to Ensure a Brighter Future

There is no doubting the magnitude of opportunity facing the global solar industry now and in the coming years. However, the industry must reflect on past failures and put in place processes which ensure they are not repeated.

SMA Reaches 10 GW of Installed Sunny Central Inverters in North America

While the new year is just beginning, SMA has already crossed a major milestone as it reached 10 GW of installed Sunny Central inverters in North America. This translates to approximately 10,000 inverters powering commercial and utility plants across the region, which is enough energy to electrify more than 2 million homes.

Report: Transmission Needed to Meet Corporate America's Growing Demand for Renewable Power

Transmission planners are not accounting for up to 51 gigawatts of potential near-term procurement Corporate energy customers can help by participating in planning processes

SEIA Offers Deep Dive into Locational Value and Time of Use Rates in New White Paper

The fourth paper, Getting More Granular: How Value of Location and Time May Change Compensation for Distributed Energy Resources, focuses on the ways in which utilities can more effectively operate on the grid.

Shell to Acquire Interest in U.S. Solar Business

"Partnering with Silicon Ranch Corporation progresses our New Energies strategy and provides our U.S. customers with additional solar renewable options," said Marc van Gerven, Shell Vice President of Solar.

Sungrow Launches 3.125MW 1500Vdc Turnkey Station at WFES 2018

Sungrow, the global leading inverter solution supplier for renewables, launched the SG3125HV, the company's latest 3.125MW 1500Vdc turnkey station, along with its string inverter series

NEXTracker Delivers Smart Tracker Technology to World's Largest Planned Solar Power Plant in North Africa

Sterling and Wilson selects market share leader in single-axis trackers, NEXTracker, to supply its PV technology to Egypt's Benban Solar Park

altE Announces its Largest Annual Solar Installer Conference Yet

altE's 7th Annual Solar Conference is Feb 15-16 in Devens, MA - Its largest solar installer show yet, with more technical workshops, more solar manufacturers beginner's classes, and NEC Solar Training

Denmark Positions Itself as the Flag Bearer for Wind Power

Peter Levring for Bloomberg Technology: Denmark obtained 43.4 percent of its electricity from wind last year, beating its own record. The government's goal is to derive 50 percent of the country's entire energy consumption from renewables by 2030.

AVANGRID Completes Three Additional New Wind Farms

500 MW in Three States now Online

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