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United PV has announced it is close to concluding a deal for a majority share in a 40MW project in Inner Mongolia, according to a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has officially asked its US counterpart to begin negotiations for a suspension agreement.
Inverter manufacturer, Solectria Renewables is to supply inverters to 45MW of solar projects in North Carolina.
The state of Rajasthan’s 4GW mega solar power project might be cancelled.
India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has finally received funds to pay a 30% subsidy promised to rooftop solar installations.
Work to install a 29.2kWp rooftop PV system has been completed at German football club Bayern Munich’s training facility, installed by Chinese company Yingli Green.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron has stated that solar “has the potential to play a valuable part of the UK’s renewable energy mix”, in a written response to calls from more than 150 businesses to support Britain’s solar industry.
SunPower is to trial a residential leasing scheme in Melbourne, Australia.
SunPower chief executive officer Tom Werner says that the idea of solar power users combining their systems with battery storage to become fully independent of the grid is “naïve”, echoing the views of one of SolarCity’s founders.
JA Solar’s polycrystalline Riecium module has passed TUV SUD’s 500-hour potential induced degradation (PID) test.
Cell manufacturers are increasing their research efforts to push for greater cell efficiencies, according to a new report by NPD Solarbuzz.
Trina Solar is to supply 82MW of its anti-degradation modules to a project in China.
A special meeting of Hanergy shareholders has voted to change the name of the company to Hanergy Thin Film Power Group Limited.
Jinko Solar has recorded its fifth consecutive profitable quarter.
The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has opened applications to bid for 500MW of solar capacity.
Polysilicon firm Daqo posted solid Q2 results and confirmed its capacity expansion plans are progressing on schedule.
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.
Dubai Electricity and Water has shortlisted developers for the tender for the 100MW second phase of Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park.
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.
German PV system integrator, Phoenix Solar, has reported a massive 81% drop in revenues in the first half of 2014.
The UK is now the world’s fifth largest utility-scale solar market, according to figures published by Wiki-Solar.
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.