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SunEdison, the world’s largest renewable energy development company has launched its Energy Saver Plan in the UK, potentially enabling homeowners to save up to 15 percent on their electricity bill with zero upfront cost.
Germany-based bakery and confectionery company Seßelberg-Betriebs-KG relies on self-consumption of solar power.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has returned Suntech to its tier 1 solar company list in its February 2015 PV Market Outlook.
Fidelity Growth Partners India has led a US$10 million financing in Greenlight Planet, a US-based company that distributes solar energy products for off-grid homes in the developing world.
Major PV module manufacturer JinkoSolar will provide 2MW of smart modules to IDEC Corporation, a Tokyo Stock Exchange listed Japanese designer and manufacturer of control automation products, for a ground mounted solar PV project in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
Scientists at the University of Rochester have used lasers to transform metals into extremely water repellent, or super-hydrophobic, materials without the need for temporary coatings and could be ideal for PV modules.
German-based Mounting Systems GmbH has acquired for an undisclosed sum the aluminium extrusion-based mounting systems arm of aluminium engineering firm, Sapa.
According to South Korean PV module manufacturer SolarPark Korea, its modules used at the 40MW Yeongwol Solar Power Plant in the northern region of the country have resulted in the Yeongwol becoming the highest yielding plant in the country.
Panasonic Corporation is expanding its “100 Thousand Solar Lanterns Project” to people all around the world. The initial focus in providing free solar powered lighting focused on Sumba, Indonesia, which started in March 2014.
Major PVEP, Canadian Solar said it had completed the sale of the 28.4MWp West Antelope Solar Park to US utility, Dominion.