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Leading thin-film PVEP First Solar is keeping tight control of capital expenditure (CapEx) in 2015, after a tough year, leading to flat sales and missed shipment guidance.
Microinverter technology provider Enphase Energy has agreed to a strategic partnership with smart energy management solutions company MyLight Systems.
The finalists in stage two in the bid for power purchase agreements of 200MW by the government of Jordan have been released by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources.
PV equipment specialist SCHMID Group has sold eight APCVD systems to three undisclosed Asia-based solar manufacturers. Financial and shipment details were not disclosed.
Analysts have given a mixed response to the deal announced yesterday between US solar giants, First Solar and SunPower, to form a joint yield-co vehicle.
Swiss energy firm Alpiq has acquired Helion Solar Group, a photovoltaic and energy systems storage company, and has integrated it into the Apliq Group.
Integrated PV module manufacturer REC Solar has secured supply agreements to US installers in 2015 that account for over 50% of its expanded manufacturing capacity.
French renewable energy developer Global EcoPower (GEP) has expanded overseas with the acquisition of Morocco-based Nova Power.
Germany’s Federal Network Agency has announced the first tender for ground-mounted photovoltaic systems.
DuPont Photovoltaic Solutions and module manufacturer TSEC will feature the latter’s new “V-Series” high-efficiency solar panels for the first time during PV EXPO 2015 in Tokyo, Japan from later this week.
Leading thin-film PV energy provider First Solar reported 2014 full-years sales of US$3.39 billion, missing previously lowered guidance of US$3.6 billion to US$3.9 billion.
Major PV energy provider SunPower is set to significantly increase capital spending (CapEx) in 2015.
San Diego-based engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company Swinerton Renewable Energy has finished work on a 6MW PV plant using NEXTracker technology.
Solar power is becoming the most inexpensive source of power in many parts of the world, according to a study by the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems and commissioned by Agora Energiewende, an independent German think tank.
Major renewable energy development company SunEdison expects significant US market growth post-ITC, contrary to the general view that the US PV market would be hit hard by the tax benefit reduction.