PVinsights: Japanese and European buyers still paid the extra money for Mono PERC cells amid information inefficiency

Polysilicon prices in China rose slightly this week, but prices remained under pressure on signs of slower downstream demand in China. Chinese polysilicon suppliers continued to raise price quotes given supply tightness, but actual settling prices only increased limitedly from previous level as suppliers took waning downstream prices into consideration. In addition, the current demand strength of polysilicon in China were mostly supported by the major mono-crystalline wafer makers in the stage of aggressive capacity expansion and ingot inventory building for the potential demand recovery to mono-crystalline products while the current high polysilicon prices also limit the multi-crystalline wafer rivals' ability from lowering prices at larger scope. Nevertheless, for majority of the wafer buyers, polysilicon prices are now above the market's affordability and more Chinese buyers may struggle to continue their pace of procurement growth. In overseas, polysilicon prices remained steady, without any meaningful transaction. Although Wacker has yet to recover its production after the explosion accident, the supply in overseas market did not witness any signs of shortage.

Real-Time Weather Monitoring Improves Solar Vehicle Race Strategy

University Solar Vehicle Project uses Magellan MX500™ Weather Station

FURTHER GROWTH FOR ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2018 EXPECTED

Over the past three years, the visitor numbers at the trade fair and conference grew by an average of 54% to more than 4,200 industry representatives at the 2017 staging.

Solar Industry Rallies Against Tariffs, For America First Plan at U.S. Trade Representative Hearing

Today in Washington, President Trump's top trade adviser held a public hearing on the Section 201 solar trade case.

Duke Energy assumes full ownership of California-based REC Solar

Milestone follows Duke Energy's purchase of a majority share in REC Solar in 2015

Kennedys, Kochs help kill planned wind farm off Cape Cod

Fox News: A plan to build scores of offshore, electricity-generating windmills within eyesight of the Kennedy compound and numerous other tony properties in one of America's wealthiest, and most scenic areas, is officially dead in the water.

First Tracker Designed for Bifacial Module & Certified by CPP, SkySmart Made its Debut in Global Market

Can We Harvest Energy from Space?

Harvesting energy from space might be a long way off, but there are many technologies that already exist to make this endeavor achievable. While we don't know the future of harvesting energy from space, it is stimulating to see such ideas.

SEIA Gives Pres. Trump Plan to Make America First in Manufacturing, National Security and Solar Job Growth

Blueprint for solar success delivered to White House as President weighs his first major trade case

Silfab Partners With Morgan Solar To Disrupt The Cost Of PV

Low Concentration PV Solution Aimed at Commercial, Utility-Scale Projects

Good and Bad EV and Off Grid Forecasting

Factor in trials of autonomous taxi-buses from Switzerland to New Zealand and the rise in internet shopping using electric delivery vans. They are all going to hit car sales, including taxis.

SEIA Testifies on the State of the New Jersey Solar Market

"Unless the Legislature acts soon, market forces will bring solar installations to a halt sometime next year. This threatens both the Garden State's stance as a national solar leader and the jobs of the more than 6,000 Americans working in solar in New Jersey today.

Solar powered smart windows break 11% efficiency

John Fitzgerald Weaver for Electrek: The smart window lowers building temperatures by shifting from clear to opaque under strong sunlight. When the shift to opaque occurs, the solar prototype begins electricity production.

UK's Y Pellets Gears Up for Busiest Period with Significant Investment

National biomass wood pellet supplier, Y Pellets, is becoming a driving force within the UK's biomass fuel market by gearing up for its busiest time of year with a significant investment in new, specially-equipped delivery vehicles.

Combining solar panels and agriculture makes land more productive

Karen Graham for Digital Journal: An agrophotovoltaics (APV) pilot project conducted at Lake Constance has proven that farming and the use of solar panels can be compatible.

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