This week, Germany’s biggest utility, E.On, announced that it will restructure its business to allow it to focus on renewable energy in a big way, declaring that it will spin off its traditional power generation business and split in two. Here’s news on that and some of the week’s other big stories from PV Tech.
This week saw the rivalry between Trina and Yingli solar for the 2014 PV manufacturer top slot finally settled and the Chinese exert further dominance over Europe’s PV manufacturing sector. PV Tech gives a rundown of the week’s biggest solar stories.
This week India has taken the prize in the solar numbers game, while North America’s PV manufacturers have shown signs that their fight against the Asian big boys is far from being over. PV Tech reviews another eventful week in solar.
From the depths of space to Japan, via the Philippines, US and UK, the roving eye of PV Tech takes in another eventful week in solar.
An auction, an election, too many results conference calls and a resurrection, PV Tech rounds up the week’s biggest solar stories from around the world.
From conflicting solar forecasts to Japan’s growing grid issues, PV Tech rounds up another busy week in solar.
From a rare appearance by one of PV’s biggest investors to the prospects for a revival of large-scale solar in Germany, PV Tech rounds up the week’s biggest solar stories from around the world.
From Tesla’s new gigawatt battery factory to floating PV arrays in Japan, PV Tech reviews another eclectic week in the world of solar.
Catch up on the week’s top headlines in just two minutes, including an exclusive interview with SunPower CEO Tom Werner, multiple new fab announcements and all the latest in the solar trade disputes.
The week was bookended by two developments in the US-China trade dispute, with yield co-fuelled optimism in the middle and a debate on future of solar market royalty thrown in for good measure.