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Silex Systems has announced a halt in its 100MW CPV project citing the uncertainty over the Renewable Energy Target (RET) and low wholesale electricity prices.
German polysilicon manufacturer Wacker has confirmed that it will not be impacted by the latest tightening of trade rules by China.
Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott has reportedly intervened to ensure the country’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) is abolished.
Shunfeng Photovoltaic International has secured a RMB20 billion (US$3.25 billion) line of credit.
Businesses in Queensland are set to face a steep hike in electricity service charges of up to AU$500 a day.
The Chinese government has been granted additional time in which to submit proposals for a settlement in the ongoing solar trade dispute with the US.
China’s Ministry of Commerce is to ban the import of tariff-dodging solar-grade polysilicon from the 1 September.
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has given LDK Solar permission to continue its restructuring plans, details of which were released last month.
Australian based renewable energy developer, CBD Energy, has bought a 30% stake of the Environmental Engineering Group (EEG) Thailand.
Analysts are split on Jigar Shah’s prediction that the US will install more solar power capacity than anyone else in 2016.
Manufacturer and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company, Tata Power has completed a 3MW solar power plant in just 45 days.
Yingli Green Energy Singapore, a subsidiary of PV module manufacturer Yingli Green Energy Holding Company, has donated a 3kW off-grid PV system to a school in Laos that had no prior connection to any source of electricity.
Jinko Solar’s project arm Jinko Power has agreed a 500MW project development plan with local authorities in Zhejiang Province, China.
China-headquartered thin-film PV manufacturer Hanergy announced today that it has completed the acquisition of US start-up Alta Devices, which has developed a dual junction solar cell with a verified conversion efficiency of 30.8%.
Module manufacturer, Hanwha Solar One has signed a 50MW module supply deal for a project in Inner Mongolia.