SPI 2014 - Off-grid Power Technology Leaders Blue Sky Energy and Genasun Join Forces

Blue Sky Energy, Inc. and Genasun, tech leaders in MPPT solar chargers, announce partnership to offer the off-grid industry's most extensive line of power electronics. The partnership will streamline logistics and operations for distributors, dealers, and OEMs that serve the 5W to 1.6kW market.

Clenergy celebrates success at PV Expo Osaka 2014

This year's PV Expo Osaka was held from the 3rd to the 5th of September. Clenergy, led by the Japan branch office, achieved great results at the event.

World's Largest Private Investor in Clean Tech Companies Unveils Strategy to Build Green Cities

Cheng Kin Ming building first-ever, vertically integrated clean energy supply chain

JA Solar Multi-Si Solar Cells Achieve 20% Conversion Efficiency

"JA Solar set a new world record for multi-Si cell efficiency by breaking the 20% barrier."

Panasonic and Coronal Group Complete Nine Solar Projects to Provide Clean, Renewable Energy to Southern California Edison Customers

16.2 megawatts of energy provided by nine solar projects in Tulare and Kings Counties in Central California demonstrate continued success of Panasonic - Coronal platform.

Japan's Largest Solar Power Project Funded with Market-Leading Investment by GE and Toyo Engineering, and $867 Million Debt Syndicate

GE Energy Financial Services holds a 60 percent stake in the project, one of the largest single equity investments in renewable energy in Japan.

One of the Nation's Largest, Most Environmentally-Friendly Battery Energy Storage Systems to be Installed at UC San Diego

Enough to power 2,500 homes

SPI Announces Incorporation of Subsidiary to Address Japan Solar PV Market

Also Announces Agreements to Acquire and Develop SPI's First Solar PV Projects in Japan

IPVEA members approve "SOLARUNITED" as the new association name and new direction for the global solar industry.

The global solar industry is finally united.

Alstom will supply 9 ECO 122 to the Vartinoja wind farm in Finland

The wind turbines for Vartinoja farm will be equipped with Cold Climate Version to suit the Finnish winter conditions.

Martifer Solar Canada and Triumph Create Partnership for Canadian PV Market

The partnership between the two leading companies will be named Martifer Solar Triumph LTD ---- Martifer Solar Triumph inherits applications under the FIT3 program in Ontario and is now engaging in development under the LRP program ---- Martifer Solar Triumph anticipates expansion into the market of Alberta, where a FiT program is expected to be announced shortly

Leading Geothermal Developers, Companies Gather for 2014 GEA Geothermal Energy Expo

The 2014 GEA Geothermal Energy Expo will run Sunday, Sept. 28, to Wednesday, Oct. 1, in Portland, Oregon

CONERGY TO BUILD HEART-SHAPED SOLAR POWER PLANT ON PACIFIC ISLAND

2MWp plant in New Caledonia for TIEA Energie ---- David McCallum, MD Conergy Australia: "It will probably be the world's first beautiful PV plant, and perhaps the first beautiful power station of any description."

The European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition 2014 Confirms the Future of PV as a Major Electricity Source

2 % of global electricity supply will come from PV in 2019, 16 % global electricity expected by 2050 ----The EU PVSEC 2015 to take place at the CCH in Hamburg, Germany

OPDE gain approval for new 10.8 MWp Solar Farm in UK

• The solar farm will be located near the town of Crewkerne, Somerset • The project forms part of OPDE's UK development pipeline of over 200 MW • Construction is anticipated to commence in November 2014

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