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Japan is set to overtake China and Germany with installations to reach between 6.9GW and 9.4GW this year.
Recent PV project completions and a pipeline of over 80MW have led India-based PV energy provider (PVEP), Waaree Energies, to expand module production from 110MW to 250MW.
China has commenced anti-dumping and countervailing investigations into European wine, following yesterday’s announcement of preliminary duties on Chinese solar imports into the EU.
The first of a planned 80 rooftop projects on agricultural facilities in Japan has been started by JAMC Solar Energy, a joint venture firm between Mitsubishi Corporation and the National Federation of Agricultural Co-operative Associations.
The European Commission has announced preliminary duties of 11.8% will be applied to Chinese solar manufacturers’ modules and cells from 6 June, a lower rate than initially expected.
Indian EPC Eversun Energy has been awarded a 5MW contract by India’s largest state-owned utility, NTPC, for solar PV projects in Faridabad, in the Indian state of Haryana .
An Australian advocacy group has accused Queensland’s premier, Campbell Newman, and energy minister, Mark McArdle, of unfairly charging new penalties on solar homes
US-based module manufacturer, Westinghouse Solar, plans to have its modules assembled by Australian firm EEG, preferred supplier to CBD Energy, which will merge with Westinghouse Solar later this year.
Canadian Solar has secured a US$44.1 million loan facility from China Development Bank (CDB).
One of the last and largest PV power plant projects to announce module supplier details under the South Africa Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Program (REIPPPP) Phase 2 bidding has gone to Yingli Green Energy.