MECASOLAR supplies 1 MW in solar trackers to PV solar plant in Jordan

The 1,028MWp solar farm, located in Ma'an, southern Jordan, is set to be connected at the beginning of 2014. The supply deal adds to other agreements recently reached by the multinational, which expects to sign new contracts in Morocco and Saudi Arabia soon.

EU Nations Approve Pact With China on Solar-Panel Trade

European Union countries approved an agreement with  China  to curb imports of Chinese solar panels, ending the EU’s biggest commercial dispute of its kind. EU governments endorsed an accord struck by their trade chief and China in July that sets a minimum price and a volume limit on European imports of Chinese solar panels until the end of 2015. Chinese manufacturers that take part will be spared EU tariffs meant to counter alleged below-cost sales, a practice known as dumping, and subsidies. The verdict seeks to balance demands by European producers such as Solarworld AG (SWV)for trade protection and opposition by China, some EU governments and Europe’s importers to levies on the renewable-energy technology. The two-year duration of the measures is less than half as long as the normal five-year period for EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy protection. European solar-panel manufacturers suffered “material injury” as a result of dumping by Chinese exporters and trade-distorting government aid to them, while trade protection must also take account of “the cost for other economic operators,” the 28-nation bloc said today in Brussels. The decision wraps up two inquiries begun more than a year ago and will take effect after being published in the EU’s Official Journal by Dec. 6.

How and Where Distributed Energy Resources Will Reduce the Need for Transmission

The rapid growth of distributed energy resources (DER), a non-transmission alternative, is raising concerns over the viability and necessity of new transmission lines.

2013 completions of large solar thermal power plants mark technology gains

All five of the major solar thermal projects—including Solana and Ivanpah—that are scheduled to come on line in 2013 and 2014 were awarded loans through the U.S. Department of Energy's Loan Guarantee Program.

Q3 2013 Deal Volume Comparison

Merger and Acquisition information from Lincloln's Deal Reader.

850 Contributions from 62 Countries Submitted for Presentation at the EU BC&E 2014 in Hamburg, Germany

The received abstracts cover the entire range of the biomass value chain and a well balanced share of the coverage of Conference Subjects with a particularly strong response to biomass potentials, and from biomass and bioenergy industry, in particular addressing biorefineries and biomass combustion.

World's largest power plant to be launched in California

BrightSource Energy, a U.S. company specializing in solar thermal electricity generation, is about to inaugurate by the end of the year the largest production center ever built in the Mojave Desert in California.

PVinsights : High inventory in the supply chain hinder its price increase.

Although some Chinese polysilicon makers would like to raise their prices, with high polysilicon inventory in the supply chain, polysilicon prices still decline this week.

SiC MOSFET-based Power Modules Utilizing Split Output Topology for Superior Dynamic Behavior

The split output topology negates the limitations of the SiC MOSFET.

Eskom reveal their views of onshore wind in South Africa

Eskom have revealed their views of the South African wind industry, offering exclusive insight into how they approach onshore wind and what the utility feels is needed in order to evolve this emerging market.

TerraSmart's Turnkey Ground Mount Solution

Welcome to the Turnkey Age where innovation is a tradition at TerraSmart. Our turnkey ground mount solution provides solar companies solutions to the various challenges encountered on ground mount applications every day.

AEG Power Solutions is Awarded Global Framework Agreement with BP

This win of strategic importance secures AEG Power Solutions' position as one of the leaders for power supplies on the Oil & Gas market ----Technical Expertise made the difference

Hanwha SolarOne to Supply Modules for 42.5 MW Ontario Solar Photovoltaic Farm

Project will use 170,000 modules in Hanwha SolarOne's largest supply deal to Canada

First Solar Starts Construction of Solar Power Plant in Kitakyushu-shi, Japan

The project will provide clean and safe solar power to Japan, mitigating idle nuclear and providing energy security.

GE Wins nearly $700 Million Contract from Saudi Electricity Company to Help Meet Saudi Arabia's Growing Power Needs

GE's Gas Turbine Technology to Help Generate More than 3.8 GW of Power, Provide Significant Fuel Savings and Lower Emissions ----Contract Includes Two Eight-Year Service Agreements

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