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AET has launched its ‘Rayport-B Eco’ roof ballast at this year’s SPI, held at the Las Vegas Convention Center this week.
The president of Chile, Michelle Bachelet said the country will aim to become a leader in renewable energy.
US independent power producer, sPower has completed a 34MW solar power plant in California.
The new contracts for difference mechanism in the UK market is “an interesting opportunity for a more market orientated approach”, according to First Solar.
US commercial and industrial solar solutions provider, Inovateus Solar has partnered with Indiana-based solar racking company, Kanzo.
Renewable energy group, Enel Green Power (EGP) has begun construction of a 19MW solar power plant in Chile.
Ideal Power, which supplies its battery converters to Sharp’s Smartstorage product in the US, has launched a range of power converters that the company claims are capable of adding grid-tied storage to megawatt-scale solar power projects.
VC funded ‘low cost’ CPV technology developer, Cogenra Solar has claimed to have set three performance records for conventional 60-cell format n-type, p-type and multi crystalline modules.
CSUN’s chief financial officer, Yongfei Chen, has tendered his resignation, effective October 31, 2014.
The Chapter 11 bankruptcy of GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) has led to the US NASDAQ stock market stopping trading of its shares today.
Potential changes to the scope of the US trade investigation into Chinese modules could create a serious drop in Taiwan-produced cell sales, according to analysts at EnergyTrend.
California-based 8minutenergy Renewables has been given the go ahead for its 135MW Redwood Solar Farms PV projects in Kern County, California.
Leading installer SolarCity is planning to launch what would be the first registered public offering of solar bonds in the US.
Module maker and project developer Canadian Solar has won a 146.4MW module order in Honduras.
US supermarket giant Walmart, last week identified as an active funder of anti-clean energy groups, has topped a list of America’s biggest corporate solar users.