Interviews

Features, Interviews
October 14, 2014
By Andy Colthorpe
Tesla’s much talked about Gigafactory should be up and running in 2017. The Elon Musk-owned EV maker is hoping to use it to produce up to 500,000 battery packs a year by 2020, amounting to around 50GWh. PV Tech Storage spoke with analyst Dean Frankel of Lux Research about the plan.
Features, Interviews
October 8, 2014
By Andy Colthorpe
Former Bosch subsidiary, the PV module manufacturer aleo solar, was rescued from liquidation in May. Managing director Günter Schulze explains how the company has risen from the nearly-dead and why quality matters more than quantity.
Features, Interviews
October 7, 2014
By Lucy Woods
Lobbyist Betsy McCorkle, the NCSEA’s director of government affairs talked to PV Tech about the surprise solar state.
Features, Interviews
September 2, 2014
By Lucy Woods
Tata Power Solar and Bridge to India have just released a report stating solar is already cost-competitive with imported coal. Talking to PV Tech, Tata's CEO Ajay Goel and Bridge to India's Tobias Engelmeier discuss how India can best fulfill its solar potential.
Features, Interviews
August 27, 2014
By Mark Osborne
In a wide-ranging interview with Mark Osborne, NPD Solarbuzz VP Finlay Colville takes the industry’s pulse offering his insight on tech, trade tariffs, forecasts and finance.
Features, Interviews
August 14, 2014
By Lucy Woods
Last week, nv vogt, a joint venture between Germany’s ib vogt and India’s APCA Power, announced it is to build an unsubsidised 6.25MW solar power plant in the Philippines. Talking to PV Tech, its managing director, Deepak Verma, reveals why the Philippines is seeing the beginnings of a ‘solar wave’.
Features, Interviews
July 29, 2014
By John Parnell
Oliver Schäfer, president of the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA), tells PV Tech how a proposed global PV association, with Chinese and American participation, could help ease the sector's trade disputes.
Features, Interviews
June 20, 2014
By John Parnell
Away from the fanfare and highly tweetable soundbites, the reality of SolarCity's acquisition of Silevo is less flashy, less immediate and less clear. Finlay Colville tells PV Tech why it will be business as usual for Chinese manufacturers and why the acquisition is far from being the industry game-changer that many have portrayed it to be.
Features, Interviews
April 10, 2014
By Lucy Woods
The developer at the centre of Minnesota's 'gas vs solar' ruling tells PV Tech how the landmark decision could impact the wider US solar industry.
Features, Interviews
February 24, 2014
By Lucy Woods
Salvatore Bernabei, head of Enel Green Power in Chile and Andean countries tells Lucy Woods how the company plans to get more projects up and running and exploit the region’s abundant solar resources.

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