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Internet giant and increasingly active clean-tech player, Google, is offering a US$1 million prize for a proposal to shrink the “humble” solar inverter to the size of a laptop.
Industrial firm ABB continues to be impacted by losses in its Power Systems division, which includes its renewable energy EPC business and PV inverter business.
The UK subsidiary of insolvent German distributor Wagner & Co has bought out its German-held stake and re-launched as an independent entity.
Microinverter firm Enphase Energy and Energy France Installation (EFI) have signed a 1,500 rooftop deal that could be an indicator of things to come in France as new regulations come into force.
3W Power the holding company of PV inverter supplier, AEG Power Solutions Group is issuing new shares to raise around €4 million to improve its financial position.
A Pakistan PV wholesaler has told PV Tech the country’s nascent solar industry could face “total collapse” unless a tax on imported solar equipment is lifted.
Struggling 3W Power, holding company of PV inverter supplier, AEG Power Solutions Group has undertaken a reverse stock split at 10:1 ratio to boost its share price.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and inverter maker SMA have both recently inaugurated megawatt-scale testing facilities that pair PV with batteries.
China’s PV inverter market grew more than 100% last year, with domestic firms dominating the top of the rankings, according to IHS.
The Japanese arm of German company Krannich Solar has completed a 418kWp PV system on the roof of an aluminium manufacturer’s facility in western Japan.
AU Optronics (AUO) is to launch its residential and commercial energy storage system, Powerlegato, into the European, Japanese and Australian markets on the back of receiving the necessary certification.
After a strong showing in the energy storage segment at its European counterpart in June, Intersolar North America is following suit with a number of companies and organisations launching new products at the show.
Major PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply, has used its 1,000Vdc SG30KU string inverters for the first time in Canada, making the rooftop project the first 1,000Vdc system deployed there.
Struggling power electronics and PV inverter manufacturer, 3W Power/AEG Power Solutions, has won approval from shareholders and bondholders to convert its €100 million bond by issuing a new €50 million bond and a debt for equity swap for the remaining €50 million.
Swiss inverter company SolarMax has supplied three SolarMax 2000S single-phase, grid connected inverters to the largest open pit copper mine in the world, located near Calama in the region of Antofagasta, Chile.