Reshuffle of company assets comes as firm braces for Q2 2020 slowdown as it lines up funding support, with idled factories set for a gradual return to activity.
Poland, Spain and six other governments join industry calls for segment to become strategic axis of COVID-19 comeback, with new SolarPower Europe platform now launched to help the cause.
Government asks states to set aside land for new factories in busy week for Indian renewables, featuring the results of 2GW solar auction and the granting of new deadline extensions.
With developers facing months of delivery delays for Chinese solar parts, India has said it will consider extending deadlines for PV projects scheduled to be switched on this summer, relieving developers from costly fines.
EU production line of 5 to 10GW a year is possible and would help deliver the required 117GW-to-630GW capacity push, experts say as separate study touts PV’s job benefits for coal regions.
Report by CBS News local affiliate unearths racism and discrimination allegations at Tesla's NY solar factory, with CEO Musk reportedly conveying worries over 'struggle to avoid' losing money.
CEO talks top trends around bifacial, bankability and module industry consolidation as part of onsite interview series at this year’s conference in Penang.
Recognition at event in Penang finds module maker in midst of geographic repositioning, with plans to earmark four-fifths of its 2019 shipments to markets beyond China.
Rocío Nahle uses opening of 162MWp La Orejana to call for set-up of complete solar supply chain in Mexico, to ensure country fully capitalises on renewable growth.
Government plan to bring back manufacturing ‘champions’ is either Europe’s second chance or a quest doomed to fail, depending on who PV Tech asks.
Tumbling module prices will help PV attain US$0.048/kWh costs in 2020 and outcompete 700GW of global coal, with India and Italy as the G20’s cheapest.