• Francia Polonia
    10 set 2012

    Senersun to Supply 23MW Worth of PV Modules to Solar-Bau

    Senersun announces that it has entered into an agreement with Polish solar company Solar-Bau for the supply of 23MW worth of PV modules. Following the agreement, Solar-Bau becomes Senersun's official partner in Poland.
  • Germania
    10 set 2012

    SolarWorld Breaks Ground on 25MW Desert Star Solar Projects in California

    SolarWorld announced today that it has begun construction of its 25-megawatt (DC) Desert Star Solar Projects in California's Mojave Desert. The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) division of SolarWorld, which owns the land and projects near Twentynine Palms, Calif., is overseeing all phases of the projects, including design, engineering, procurement, permitting and construction. Once completed later this year, Desert Star will rank among California's largest operating crystalline-silicon solar installations.
  • Germania
    10 set 2012

    Manz CIGS Solar Panel Reaches 14.6% Efficiency

    Manz has achieved a technological breakthrough: its integrated production line for CIGS thin-film solar panels, the Manz CIGSfab, can be used to manufacture solar panels that in the future, will supply power costing between 4 euro cents (Spain) and 8 euro cents (Germany) per kilowatt hour, depending on the location.
  • Cina
    10 set 2012

    Suntech Announces Departure of CCO

    Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. today announced that Andrew Beebe, Suntech's Chief Commercial Officer, has resigned for personal reasons. Mr. Beebe will remain with the Company for a couple of months to facilitate the transition of global sales and marketing to the CEO's office going forward.
  • U.S.A.
    07 set 2012

    First Solar, Green Infra Partner on 25MW PV Project in Rajasthan

    First Solar Inc. and Green Infra Limited announced they have concluded an agreement for the supply of First Solar's thin-film solar modules for a 25 megawatt project in India's Rajasthan state.
  • Cina Germania
    07 set 2012

    Canadian Solar Supplies Modules for Turkey's First Governmental PV Project

    Canadian Solar Inc. today announced it will supply solar modules for Turkey's first and largest governmental solar PV project which will be installed by Gehrlicher Merk Solar. The two companies have won the public tendering for the Gursu municipality of Bursa in Turkey. The milestone PV project has a total capacity of 96kW and is supported directly by the Turkish Prime Minister's office. Canadian Solar was selected out of 13 different module manufacturers for this project.
  • U.S.A.
    07 set 2012

    Silevo Ramps High Volume Manufacturing with 21% Solar Cell Efficiency

    Silevo, Inc. today announced that it has achieved greater than 21 percent conversion efficiency of its Triex™ solar technology at its high volume manufacturing facility. 
  • U.S.A.
    06 set 2012

    Solar3D Unveils First Working Prototype of 3D Solar Cell

    Solar3D, Inc. today announced the successful fabrication and operation of a working 3-dimensional silicon solar cell that produces at least 250% of the power of a basic silicon solar cell.
  • Cina
    06 set 2012

    Yingli Green Energy Calls on the European Commission to Halt Protectionism

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited states that the anti-dumping complaint filed at the European Commission in July this year is unfounded. Today, the European Commission has announced the opening of an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese solar products.
  • Corea del Sud U.S.A.
    06 set 2012

    Chevron Energy Installs 2.7MW PV Project for Jurupa Unified School District

    Jurupa Unified School District and Chevron Energy Solutions today announced the completion of a 2.7 megawatt solar and energy efficiency program expected to reduce energy costs at 27 school sites and save the District more than $34 million. The project added solar photovoltaic panels mounted on parking and shade structures at nine campuses; replaced 400 air conditioning units, most of them more than 20 years old; and upgraded more than 21,000 lighting fixtures. Coupled with comprehensive energy education curriculum content, the transformative program is designed to inspire students to learn about – and experience – clean energy technologies and concepts.