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The Japanese International Co-operation Agency (JICA), the country’s overseas development body, is to fund a PV project in central Nigeria.
The general director of Mexico’s state-owned electric utility, the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), has announced plans to promote renewable energy generation in the country by forming strategic public-private partnerships.
Nevada utility NV Energy has put out a call to developers to help it find suitable sites for the development of solar energy.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) will host a workshop later this month aimed at kick-starting the production of a roadmap for the future deployment of energy storage.
Solar power production in California hit a new record on 8 March 2014, as output peaked at 4,093MW.
The MoU is for 7.5GW of solar installations, with 5GW in the region of Ladakh and 2.5GW in the town of Kargil.
Renewables insurer GCube is to offer political risk insurance policies in a move that could help solar’s expansion in emerging markets and reduce costs.
Major China-based polysilicon and solar wafer producer, GCL-Poly has secured ‘near-term’ supply contracts with Jinko Solar, GD Solar, Tongwei Solar, and Hareon Solar.
JA Solar’s PV module shipments are projected to grow at a strong 44% CAGR through 2015, according to ROTH Capital equity analyst, Philip Shen.
Chinese manufacturer Yingli Green Energy has signed an agreement to supply PV modules to an unnamed 27.5MW solar power station in Israel which has received conditional feed-in tariff (FiT) approval from Israeli authorities.
International module manufacturer, Upsolar, has announced the establishment of two new offices in Istanbul and Singapore.
Having only gained approval to build a 50MW PV power plant in Wuwei, Gansu province, China in January, 2014 Trina Solar said that Huadian Fuxin Energy Corporation has acquired the project, the first the module manufacturer has sold in China.
PV producer Canadian Solar has officially opened the doors of a new module factory in London, Ontario.
High-concentration PV (HCPV) systems will reach cell efficiencies exceeding 45% by 2017, while the world’s biggest regional markets for HCPV will be in the United States and central America, according to a new report by analysis firm IHS.
German inverter manufacturer Platinum has filed for insolvency, in a further sign of consolidation in the market.