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Tyre manufacturer Continental will install a 6.1MW rooftop PV system at its factory in Hefei, China.
The Sustainable Energy Development Authority Malaysia (SEDA Malaysia) has approved 250MW of solar projects to receive its feed-in tariff (FiT).
Toshiba is trialling a PV hybrid storage system in Japan for use in emergency situations.
SPI Solar Power, a subsidiary of PV developer Solar Power, Inc. (SPI Solar), has agreed to the framework of a deal to acquire PV project company Guodian Nailuen Tumed Left Banner PV Electricity Co.
US PV energy provider SunEdison has finalised a partnership with Aboitiz Renewables that could see the pair build up to 300MW of PV in the Philippines.
India’s Reliance Power has successfully connected the world’s largest concentrated solar project (CSP) with compact linear fresnel reflector (CLFR) technology to the grid in India’s Jaisalmer District of Rajasthan, according to the company.
Having seen a rebound in sales in September, Taiwan-based PV producer, Motech Industries reported sales flat in October, 2014.
Labor refused to scrap Australia’s Renewable Energy Target (RET), and has now left negotiations to have the policy slashed.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures has begun construction of its 70MWp Moree Solar Farm in New South Wales, on track to be one of the largest solar farms in Australia.
China could adopt a 20% clean energy target as part of a suite of measures on climate change announced in tandem with the US.
The planned sale by GCL-Poly Energy Holdings of its wafer business is due to its very high debt leveraged ratio, primarily due to the concentration of short-term debt, Zhu Gongshan, the company’s CEO has said in an emergency investor call.
Executive directors and other senior management at Chinese polysilicon producer GCL New Energy Holdings have been ordered to attend training courses on stock exchange listings compliance, after the company belatedly revealed details of module supply deals with bankrupt PV module manufacturer Shanghai Chaori Solar, for which GCL recently revealed a bail-out deal.
The chief technology officer of Indian manufacturer and installer, Tata Power Solar, has said commercial rooftop solar will reach grid parity before any other solar segment in India, and will be the cheapest form of energy for customers by 2024.
EPC and PV project developer, SPI Solar said its China-based subsidiary Suzhou Xinwei has signed two EPC contracts in China totalling 80MW.
Taiwan-based solar wafer producer, Sino-American Silicon (SAS) experienced a slight fall in revenue in October, 2014 after rebounding from flagging sales in July and reaching record levels in September.