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PV Tech will present a new international category at our sister site Solar Power Portal’s annual awards ceremony this year.
Hanergy Thin Film Power has refused to share details of parent company Hanergy’s accounts with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX), according to a report by Reuters.
Tony Abbott’s government has finally approved the reduction of the country’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) from 41,650GWh to 33,000GWh by 2020 after 15 months of uncertainty for the solar sector.
Thai coal-mining and power generation group Banpu plans to invest in 200MW of renewable capacity over the next five years with the “majority” being solar energy.
Solar Impulse 2, the aircraft currently on a pioneering solar-powered circumnavigation of the globe, has been forced to postpone its latest take-off due to poor weather.
Detroit-based energy company DTE Energy will issue a Request for Proposal (RTE) in order to build up a solar generating facility for itself.
TOYO Engineering Corporation has been given a large-scale PV plant project in Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, by Pacifico Energy Furukawa.
Community solar in the US is on course to become a 500MW annual market by 2020, making it the country’s most significant growth segment, a GTM Research report has claimed.
A US$20 billion investment in renewable energy in India by Japanese telecoms provider-turned solar developer Softbank is a “game changer” for India’s solar ambitions, according to a prominent industry figure.
A multi-trillion dollar investment surge in solar is set to play a central role in a “seismic” shift in the global electricity system between now and 2040, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
UK energy and climate change secretary Amber Rudd has said the new Conservative government “does not want large-scale solar” as MPs clashed over the recent decision to bring a premature end to onshore wind subsidies.
Sharp’s shareholders in Japan have approved a bank bailout for the ailing business, while the company’s CEO has come under fire despite managing to hold on to his job.
Private infrastructure fund F2i SGR is set to acquire 56.4MW of PV plants mainly in Sicily from CogiPower Spa, an arm of renewables firm Cogip.
First Solar has signed an agreement to supply modules for the 200MW second phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Dubai.
Chinese inverter manufacturer Sungrow has received an order for 75MW of its central inverters for grid-connected projects in Thailand.