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Component and subsystems provider EMCORE Corporation has agreed to terms on a new, long-term supply deal with Lockheed Martin Space Systems to design and construct multi-junction Coverglass Interconnected Cells (CICs) for Lockheed’s satellite program.
China-based PV manufacturer and project developer, Hareon Solar Technology Corp has signed a major project development framework agreement with Swiss-based PV developer, ILB Helios.
National renewable energy auction organisers in Brazil have said a local content requirement for solar is to be announced within the next fortnight.
Motives behind a proposal by the largest utility company in Arizona to install 20MW of solar on its customers’ rooftops have been questioned by the US Solar Energy Industries’ Association (SEIA).
The French government has confirmed that its new 400MW PV procurement round will be launched in September.
The northern province of India, Uttar Pradesh, is calling for bids to develop 300MW of solar capacity.
The upcoming national renewable energy auction in Brazil has attracted 400 applications for PV plant development.
JinkoSolar has secured US$225 million in fresh investment for its solar projects business and has revised its project forecast up from 400 to 600MW.
The PV Japan show, kicking off today, will see some of Japan’s biggest names in solar look to diversify their range of products and services, while foreign firms continue their attempts to make inroads into the Japanese market.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has lodged charges against a company that it claims sought to dupe investors into backing a non-existent solar plant joint venture.
The new South African subsidiary of module maker Suntech could include local manufacturing, according to the company.
The Chinese government has issued a standardised power purchase agreement (PPA) for large-scale solar power plants.
Leading PV inverter manufacturer, SMA Solar Technology has announced a further round of restructuring with heavy job losses after drastically lowering its revenue forecast for the year.
Portuguese firm Martifer Solar has managed to complete an 8MW PV plant in Ukraine amid the ongoing political turmoil in the eastern European country.
One of the largest investor-owned utilities in the USA is looking to use a series of measures that are likely to include customer-side energy storage in order to stave off the need for US$1 billion worth of infrastructure investment.