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Updated: Major renewable energy firm, SunEdison has said it would change its business strategy in light of current financial market conditions.
PV energy provider United Photovoltaics Group continues to be impacted by grid limitations in Gansu Province, China.
The managing director of PV mounting systems specialist Renusol, Stefan Liedtke, left the company at the beginning of this month, with his replacement joining from rival firm Schletter.
The Chinese government has allocated an additional 5.3GW of solar capacity quota for selected provinces in China.
Taiwan-based PV module manufacturer has received the Taiwan Excellent PV award by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Taiwan after its 300W PERC 60-cell module passed advanced reliability tests conducted at Taiwan’s research institute, ITRI.
Swinerton Builders has chosen EPC firm Blymyer Engineers to provide engineering services for the 150MW Springbok 2 solar farm in Kern County, California.
A Japanese government development agency will fund solar microgrids at 11 villages in Myanmar, with rural infrastructure and off-grid solar company Sunlabob set to develop them.
Indian government plans to waive transmission charges for electricity coming from renewable energy sources will benefit some PV developers in the “short term”, according to an Indian market consultant.
State-owned coal mining company Coal India Limited (CIL) plans to develop 1GW of solar power projects across India in a bid to reduce its carbon footprint.
California governor Jerry Brown has put the final rubber stamp on “landmark” legislation that mandates that 50% of the state’s electricity is from renewable sources, along with a raft of other measures aimed at meeting climate goals.
Major renewable energy firm, SunEdison, has terminated its previously announced acquisition of Latin America Power (LAP), which was to include a 613MW portfolio of solar, wind and hydro projects in Chile.
Multinational conglomerate corporation GE has announced Current, a new energy company that combines GE’s LED, solar, energy storage and electric vehicle businesses with its Predix platform to single out and provide cost-effective and efficient energy solutions to customers.
Delaware-based limited liability company MMA Capital Management announced that its subsidiary, MMA Energy Capital, has closed a US$55 million financing facility with Conergy that will be utilised for the construction of its 36MW North Carolina solar portfolio.
Solar energy is helping developing countries to make ambitious climate change pledges ahead of next month’s UN summit in Paris, the CEO of The Climate Group has told PV Tech.
Israel-headquartered SolarEdge has said that its new technology, HD Wave, which the company claims dramatically reduces the magnetic and cooling elements of a PV inverter, might have won the prize endowed by Google to find a compact solution for inverters.