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Thin-film manufacturer Hanergy has completed the first phase of a BIPV install at its headquarters in Beijing, covering the building’s exterior almost entirely with 600kW of thin-film PV.
SunEdison and the state government of Rajasthan, India are to build 5GW of solar.
Utility-scale solar thermal developer SolarReserve has acquired the Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) unit of aerospace technology manufacturer, Aerojet Rocketdyne.
From next year, anti-dumping duties levied on Chinese suppliers could contribute to a rebound in the falling price of solar glass, according to a new report from IHS Technology.
Swedish furniture store IKEA is to offer residential solar panels in the Netherlands.
SolarWorld has reported preliminary financial results for third quarter of 2014, marking a significant increase in PV module shipments and revenue, primarily due to sales in the US after the anti-dumping ruling.
The president and chief executive officer of Windiga Energy, a Canadian-based independent power producer, said it is now easy to develop renewable energy projects, like PV, in Africa.
The UK has installed 2GW of solar in 2014 so far, according to figures from NPD Solarbuzz.
Global solar energy supplier, Proinso is to provide PPA-model financing for distributed generation solar projects 100kW and above across India.
Singapore-based PV module manufacturer REC Solar expects to sell its full module manufacturing capacity output in 2014, further indicating a turnaround in fortunes after restructuring.
EU ProSun is preparing to request the European Commission to start a formal investigation into whether Chinese module makers are breaking the rules set out in the agreed trade settlement, PV Tech has learned.
A computer manufacturer, China Great Wall Computer Shenzhen Co, is set to invest over US$87 million in 60MW of solar power projects in central and eastern China.
Independent power producer (IPP) ContourGlobal has purchased 40MW of solar power projects in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
Singapore is set to introduce measures aimed at meeting “significant shifts” in the energy sector, including investment in research for integration of solar, cutting times for grid connection and the creation of a US$25 million fund for energy storage projects.
GT Advanced Technology (GTAT) was suffering from sapphire yield issues at its Arizona production plant, according to a consensus of financial analysts and equipment suppliers that PV Tech spoke to during Solar Power International, held in Las Vegas last week.