Sungrow is backing a long-term strategy for the Indian solar market, targeting growth in the rooftop segment while lining up more deals with independent power producers in the country.
Discom finance woes could raise C&I grid tariffs boosting business case for installing solar but contract reneging a concern for wider PV industry, SunSource exec tells PV Tech.
Lior Handelsman, VP of marketing and product strategy and founder of SolarEdge, discusses the role solar, battery storage and other distributed energy resources can play in demand response services, and the size of the opportunity on offer.
New JV with Connecticut's TELOS Clean Energy will develop, construct, own and operate solar power projects for commercial, industrial and municipal customers.
German utility adds weight to transparent PPA platform catching wave of big companies looking to go renewable.
Renewable energy firms in Sub-Saharan Africa become one of the targets of UK government-owned CDC Group's US$400 million spree.
Equity-and-debt mix from private equity giant and loan facility from banks will help Connecticut-based distributed solar firm take its asset portfolio upwards of US$1 billion.
Inverter manufacturer SolarEdge is introducing a range of new features to its PV Designer tool, aimed at helping installers take advantage of the growing appetite for C&I rooftop solar systems.
Sharp Energy Solutions has placed Vietnam’s solar market firmly in its crosshairs with the establishment of a new development JV.
Cleantech Solar has penned a power purchase agreement with retail giant Tesco Group, covering 19 rooftop installs for its Asia-focused Tesco Lotus range of stores.
C&I systems can already hit grid parity without need for government money across all major urban centres but profitability is mixed on a region-by-region basis, researchers say.
Developer Sola Group partners with institutional duo to raise ZAR400m for PPA-backed pipeline, meant to bring down C&I costs by aggregating deals.
Businesses can claim up to US$23,600 if they install solar for self-consumption.
Japanese gas firm moves into Southeast Asian renewables through joint venture with Thailand's Energy Pro Corporation.
Installers initially balked at applying innovation to 2.5MW Norwegian PV rooftop but came around after learning costs would drop by 10-15%, firm tells PV Tech.