Top US residential player posts Q3 2019 deployment volumes of 107MW and eyes 115-118MW in Q4 2019 despite warning that ‘tight labor market’ could hamper customer growth and order delivery.
Retail giant and Silicon Valley firm say they have ‘resolved the issues’ raised by the former, which had linked rooftop blazes to Tesla’s alleged 'negligence’ with PV installs.
Publicly-listed renewables firm will become a private company and will be merged, in a concurrent deal brokered by prospective owner CPPIB, with sister firm Pattern Development.
Japanese firm says divestment was 'strategic asset recycling' and that 'strengthening of the financial base continues to be one of [Mitsui & Co’s] key initiatives'.
U-turn by Trump administration may slow bifacial switch by Southeast Asian makers but will not stop technology from capturing utility-scale market by early 2020s, analysts tell PV Tech.
FERC proposals to revise 40-year-old PURPA act would only further cement utilities’ ‘monopoly status’ and harm customers, US solar industry warns.
Deal to procure 1.6GW of renewables worldwide will see Silicon Valley giant purchase 720MW of PV in the US, 160MW in Denmark and 125MW from Chilean solar-plus-wind hybrid.
LA mayor hails PPA signing for 400MW / 1,200MWh project offering fixed rates below two US dollar cents per kWh, but some have wondered how the scheme will make money.
Utility files proposals with the Missouri Public Service Commission (MoPSC) for three power plants it will invest around US$68 million to deploy.
Exempting utilities from mandatory procurement under 41-year-old PURPA law risks further harming independent producers and consumers, says PV body as it proposes way forward.
Widely reported allegations of solar panel blaze at e-commerce giant’s California centre come as Tesla and Walmart work to defuse the latter’s separate lawsuit.
High-profile case alleging ‘gross negligence’ on Tesla’s part finds Elon Musk’s outfit in midst of reboot of PV business, weeks after reporting record-low solar roll-out.
PV body SEIA urges Michigan regulator to green-light deal that would clear way for 400 developments, paralysed amid stand-off with public utility.
Baywa's renewables arm, Baywa r.e., has boosted its North American solar wholesale business with the purchase of a five-year-old Canadian firm that sells solar equipment to the residential and commercial grid-tie markets as well as for industrial and small off-grid applications.
Firm’s subsidiary inks PPA with farmer power cooperative for Skeleton Creek project, billed as the largest triple hybrid of its kind to see the light in the US.