PVinsights: Polysilicon and wafer will keep the price increase momentum at the end of Dec.

Under the current context of good solar wafer demand, polysilicon companies try raising their prices to lower their loss as selling price still falls below costs.

3rd Annual Global Sustainable Mining Summit

Dates: 25-26 June 2014 Venue: Vancouver, Canada

Ensupra Solar Llc Announces Wireless Energy Monitor for the Solar Power

EnsupraSolar is happy to launch a wireless electric monitor to track the power from solar panel system. It can also monitor the electric consumption of a building.

REC Solar and Integrated Solar Selected to Build 2.5 MW DC Solar Array in Brattleboro, Vermont

REC Solar and Integrated Solar Selected to Build 2.5 MW DC Solar Array in Brattleboro, Vermont

OCI Solar Power Completes Texas' Largest Solar Farm

Construction is complete for Phase I of the 400 MW Texas solar power project

ReneSola to Provide 364.7 KW in Modules and Inverters to Vista Solar

A 315 kW array is being constructed for Therm-X, a thermal solutions company based in California, and will be powered by ReneSola's 305W polycrystalline panels.

Trina Solar to Supply 25 MW Modules to Bangchak Solar Energy Project in Thailand

Trina Solar is expected to commence shipment in late December.

PSEG Badger 1 Solar Farm Completed

Providing 19.3 MW of Clean Solar Power to APS Customers

Vishay Intertechnology Extends 159 PUL-SI Snap-in Power Aluminum Capacitors With Rated Voltage to 500 V at +105 °C

Devices Offer High Ripple Current to 2.80 A Over Full Lifetime for Solar Inverter and Industrial Motor Control Applications

KYOCERA Solar Captures Sun and Creates Shade at Tucson Airport

Phase 1 of 2.5MW total parking lot canopy installation now complete, dedication ceremony to be held at 11 am MST, December 20

KACO new energy inaugurates new US inverter manufacturing plant and office in San Antonio, Texas

Everyone was very impressed by the state of the art manufacturing lines and the new KACO new energy inverters.

Solar Frontier to Build "No.4" Solar Module Plant in Japan's Tohoku Region

Construction of 150 MW CIS solar module Tohoku Plant with latest mass-production technologies next step toward global growth

REA welcomes Energy Act and EMR Delivery Plan, comments on EU policy developments

Timely progress encouraging, but much work still to be done

Renewables on Track to be Scotland's Main Source of Power

"Renewables on their own are already producing more electricity than either coal or gas.

Asia-Pacific Region to Account for Half of Global Solar Photovoltaic Demand in 2014, According to NPD Solarbuzz

Thailand to join China, Japan, Australia, and India as the major PV markets in the APAC region next year

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