PV Tech’s José Rojo on navigating the Munich crowds of an industry fast approaching a new golden era that will change the rules of the solar game.
Could subsidy-free revive Italy's industry after years of paralysis? Association ANIE Rinnovabili walks PV Tech through the road ahead for Europe’s slumbering PV giant.
BayWa r.e.’s solar boats and Ocean Sun’s panel membranes contend for spotlight at packed session in Munich, with audience probing into costs.
Debt instrument can bring benefits compared to conventional project finance but smaller players face steep learning curve, says Intersolar panel.
Free-market success will require accepting merchant risks and even ‘reverse subsidy’ logic of paying for grid access, say developers, investors and utilities gathered at Munich event.
Industry must work with governments and companies to fight bureaucracy and costs holding back renewable purchases, BayWa survey finds as Intersolar kicks off.
SolarEdge has unveiled a PV inverter with an integrated electric vehicle charger.
With stricter quality standards due to be brought in for Indian solar tenders, including inspections for modules, cells and wafers, energy and mines minister Piyush Goyal has warned the industry about failure to keep equipment quality high.
Solar and energy storage will continue their impressive momentum regardless of the US’ involvement or lack of in the global climate agreement.
Bifacial modules will be the standard utility-scale PV product for LONGi Solar, according the company’s president.
Leading China-based solar module manufacturer Canadian Solar will debut its new 1500V System Voltage crystalline module portfolio at Intersolar North America today.
Leading US crystalline-silicon module manufacturer SolarWorld will debut its 1500-volt module at this year’s Intersolar North America.
German PV company IBC Solar has partnered with DHYBRID Power Systems to capitalise on their respective competencies in order to emerge as a market-leading provider of diesel-PV hybrid systems.
Leading thin-film module manufacuturer First Solar revealed its new-to-the-market and highly-anticipated Series 5 thin-film PV module at Intersolar last week.
Brazil’s emerging PV market poses significant opportunities for foreign investors as it is still at a stage before consolidation occurs and the market becomes more saturated. A panel of experts at Intersolar Europe discussed why now is the right time to penetrate the Brazilian market.