Growth was driven by a strong increase in sales in Asia in the fourth quarter
Danish pump-maker taps SolarWorld solar panels to power Grundfos' trail-blazing solar-powered submersible water pumps on many continents
oursun Japan Holding AG to focus on clusters of small and efficient solar PV applications
One of the world's largest investor-owned power utility, E.ON of Germany, selected Ontario, Canada's Mississauga-based Hydrogenics Corporation to build, install and service a Power-to-Gas demonstrator.
SMA Volunteer Crew to Help Install Solar PV System at Home in Northern California
Mark Herrema, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Newlight Technologies, discusses Newlight Technolgies' operation of the largest greenhouse gas to plastic production facility in the world.
There is more polysilicon alternative supply for Chinese poly buyers, since solar players expect no retrospect to the levy of the anti-dumping tariffs on the polysilicon imported from the US, EU and Korea.
The challenges of realising CPV technology in the Middle East will be discussed at length at this year's Middle East and North Africa Solar Conference (MENASOL), taking place 14-15 May in Dubai.
This week, ClearSky Advisors predicted that there will be 2.2GW of installed PV capacity in Chile by 2017. Whilst this is a more conservative prediction than we have seen from other analysts, it takes into account the current grid issues which may seriously hinder PV's growth potential.
PV Insider's South African market update and projects map provides an exclusive breakdown of Rounds I and II of South Africa's Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Programme (REIPPP), plus the size and location of 27 PV projects under development in this region.
Xiamen Grace Solar Appeared in the Solar Show Africa 2013, Showing Three "est"
Comprising of three Vestas V90 wind turbines
Leaders in Energy and Finance Seek to Develop Credit Score for Solar Projects
US Embassy Tokyo Embraces Solar Power; ABC Solar Japan Partners with Suniva to Deliver Creative Energy Solution
Japan PV Solar Trends in Clean Energy Led by US Embassy Housing Complex
Company Surpasses 80% Solar Presence on U.S. Locations
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