The new plants will contribute to Iberdrola's rapid expansion across the Iberian peninsula, after the firm secured 149MW of new Portuguese projects last month.
Ginglong's Solis inverter brand came third among Asian manufacturers out of a total pool of 17 inverter manufacturers. It came 11th overall.
In a statement, SolarEdge said Sella's health had "declined significantly".
Major PV inverter manufacturer, Sungrow Power Supply Co is preparing for a renewed push in the Indian market having already passed 4GW of deployment in the country.
Saba Electric Company, sole supplier of electricity to the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba, celebrated as the island ran on 100% solar for the first time ever this month, with the switch-on of a solar-plus-storage microgrid.
Huawei has defended the security of its solar inverters in the wake of calls from a group of US senators for them to be removed from use in the States.
SolarEdge’s electric vehicle (EV) consumers now have the option of controlling the company’s EV-charging solar inverter through Google’s AI-powered virtual assistant, Google Assistant.
PV inverter supplier SMA Solar is to lay off 425 full-time staff and discontinue China as a location as part of a restructuring plan announced in September in order to return the company to profitability quickly.
A trio of solar manufacturers have expressed strong confidence in the UK solar and storage markets as the country begins to realise post-subsidy opportunities.
The fresh tariffs placed on Chinese solar inverters are unlikely to create major procurement challenges or have serious implications for those manufacturing in China.
Chinese inverter manufacturer Sungrow has officially opened a new manufacturing facility in India.
The US threat of 10% tariffs on solar inverters has been met with a mixture of disdain and composure by authorities and the Chinese solar industry itself.
GoodWe's Ron Shen tells PV Tech why energy storage is the future of the company's business.
Inverter manufacturer GoodWe has launched a trio of new products on the show floor at Intersolar Europe in Munich, particularly taking aim at the bifacial module market.
SolarEdge is seeking damages, an injunction and a recall of products it claims have been built using its intellectual property.