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Tier 1 PV manufacturer, Hanwha SolarOne reported lower module ASPs, gross margins and revenue for the second quarter of 2014, while shipments increased slightly.
Utilities must rise to the “challenge” of increasing renewable energy deployment, while disruptive threats posed to utility companies by distributed generation and renewables should be kept to a minimum, according to top names at the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The minimum price level agreed by China and the EU is delaying grid parity in key European markets, according to Jinko Solar’s director for the region.
United PV has sold a 70% stake in its cell unit to concentrate on its PV project business.
Falling technology costs and scalability make solar highly suitable for the South American market, according to PV materials manufacturer DuPont.
Swiss-based full-service project developer and EPC, TRITEC Project Engineering and China-based PV manufacturer and developer Hareon Solar are to collaborate on 600MW of international PV projects over the next three years.
The outcome of Australia’s independent review of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) has called for it to be closed or significantly downsized in a blow to the country’s multi-billion dollar clean energy pipeline.
Electric services provider Minnesota Power, a division of ALLETE, Inc., has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Minnesota National Guard over plans to build a 10MW utility-scale solar array at Camp Ripley, the largest military base in Minnesota.
PV energy production in the US is continuing to build at an impressive rate, as a new report from the US Energy Information Administration (EIA) revealed that PV generation within the country has more than doubled over the last year.
Residential PV services provider OneRoof Energy, a subsidiary of OneRoof Energy Group, has reached a deal with a third-party securing equity for a US$58 million residential PV financing fund.
skytron energy has recently commissioned its park controller in the 15.2MWp PV power plant near Bambous, in the western Rivière Noire District of Mauritius.
The PV industry’s largest manufacturer, Yingli Green Energy revised down full-year module shipment guidance due to weaker than expected demand in China and US as it cut third-party cell and module purchasing to keep in-house production at high utilisation rates.
Tier 1 PV manufacturer, ReneSola has been accepted into Intertek’s Global SATELLITE Program to support faster product development cycles at its own PV Testing Laboratory.
Taiwan-based solar cell producer, E-Ton Solar Tech reported a second severe sequential decline in revenue for July, 2014.
PV market leader, Yingli Green could lose its number one industry ranking in 2014, after revising downward full-year shipment guidance.