- Industry Roundup
- Fab & Facilities
- Cell Processing
- Thin Film
- PV Modules
- Power Generation
PV equipment specialist SEMCO Group is to supply its latest LYTOX technology to an unidentified solar cell producer to carryout post-ion implantation damage annealing.
Integrated solar system manufacturer Andalay Solar’s Instant Connect Module can now be used with SolarEdge power optimisers, the two companies have said.
Project developer Solar Reserve has refused to be drawn on speculation about its future after it emerged at an industry event that it was looking for an investor.
Solar energy solutions provider Solar Frontier is set to relaunch its residential line of PowerSets, rolling out new improvements such as a smart turbo inverter and a new monitoring portal.
Residential solar provider Sunrun has announced that it has publicly filed a registration statement on a S-1 form with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) — falling in line with a proposed initial public offering of its common stock.
Yieldco Pattern Energy has added two new PV plants in Japan — totalling 56MW — to its list of identified ‘right of first offer’ (ROFO) projects from Pattern Energy Group LP.
PV Tech will present a new international category at our sister site Solar Power Portal’s annual awards ceremony this year.
Hanergy Thin Film Power has refused to share details of parent company Hanergy’s accounts with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX), according to a report by Reuters.
Solar Impulse 2, the aircraft currently on a pioneering solar-powered circumnavigation of the globe, has been forced to postpone its latest take-off due to poor weather.
A multi-trillion dollar investment surge in solar is set to play a central role in a “seismic” shift in the global electricity system between now and 2040, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Thin-film is better suited to compete across all market segments with its conventional rivals than ever before, despite generally recording lower conversion efficiencies, Solar Frontier CEO Atsuhiko Hirano has said.
Global PV installations in 2015 are expected to reach 57.4GW capacity according to Mercom Capital Group’s latest report.
The Pope has called for the worldwide development of renewable energy sources and adequate energy storage technologies in order to drastically reduce fossil fuel consumption and the related emissions from carbon dioxide and other polluting gases.
SunEdison yieldco Terraform Power will look to raise US$500 million with a fresh share offering.
The global solar market is expected to grow 36% this year with 55GW of PV installed within 2015, according to GTM Research’s latest report.