The Utah-headquartered firm posts Q3 2019 installs of 65MW and hits cumulative 1.228GW as operational losses jump US$7.9m to US$13.8m year on year.
Sungrow locked in a 100MW residential inverter distribution deal at last week’s All-Energy Australia, the company revealed, bolstering its position in the lucrative market.
State-backed rooftop solar rebates of up to AU$2,225 will be released fortnightly after prior monthly cycles drew industry protests over 'boom-bust' dynamic.
Sunnova and PetersonDean’s partnership will focus specifically on homebuilders in the sunshine state, where all homes constructed after January 2020 must have solar arrays.
The deal will allow Vivint to refinance an aggregation credit facility that was set to mature in 2020, while reducing the cost of debt by 87.5 basis points.
Energy and mobility group will invest €36m to back new small-scale solar push after selling 45.5MW portfolio to Aberdeen Standard earlier in July.
Without the ITC solar will generate 12% of US electricity in 2030 instead of 16%, according to the SEIA.
Hydro and gas plug solar gaps caused by rare event, San Juan powers up 13.5MW of 379MW complex, Software to cut red-tape of US residential solar.
Government and World Bank hire impact investor Bamboo to run US$17m scheme meant to improve power access in state still reeling from 2010 earthquake.
SEIA, Wood Mackenzie: Section 201 disruption drives 7% year-on-year drop in utility solar additions even as contracted pipeline hits all-time records.
A new initiative in the US will take aim at the country’s US$1 per Watt soft costs for residential solar.
Huawei's Steven Zhou discusses the company's residential inverter system that it hopes to put at the heart of an emerging smart home ecosystem.
Major PV inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology has once again reiterated sales and earnings guidance for 2018, after reporting first half year results but has become increasingly bearish on the global solar market, while its solar product order backlog takes a dive.
The US solar sector is set to exceed expectations for deployment in 2018, according to the latest quarterly figures from GTM Research.
California has become the first state in the US to mandate for solar on new build homes.