EnSync Energy recently announced the sale of a project under a 20-year power purchase agreement with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection to Standard Solar, a company which specializes in the development and financing of solar power systems. Under the agreement, EnSync Energy is constructing a 600-kilowatt solar installation at the CAL FIRE training facility in Ione, […]
India witnessed its highest-ever solar power capacity addition in a quarter during the first three months of this year, government data shows.
Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited, or GUVNL, has announced that it scrapped the latest 500 megawatt auction for solar power projects and shall re-tender the capacity soon. The reason cited for the decision is higher-than-expected bids.
Indian EPC contractor Mahindra Susten has once again secured the rights to develop a solar power project equipped with a storage system in the Andaman Islands of India.
SCHMID and Fraunhofer Institute are working to create new production lines for building integrated solar that significantly lower the cost of making exterior solar modules.
Canadian Solar, one of the world’s leading solar power companies, announced on Tuesday that it had successfully been awarded 364 megawatts (MW) worth of solar projects in Brazil’s most recent renewable energy auction which was held earlier this month and which awarded around 1 gigawatt (GW) of renewable energy capacity.
The entity responsible for the development of two solar power parks with a cumulative capacity of 1 gigawatts recently signed a funding agreement to finance the first phase of development.
As the Indian government continues to look into anti-dumping and safeguard duties against imported modules, a Chinese company is planning to set up a solar module manufacturing unit in the country.
At least three major renewable energy developers in India are looking to buy the seven solar power projects awarded to SkyPower Global as the Canadian company plans to exit the highly competitive market.
Canadian Solar, one of the world’s largest solar power companies, has modified its financial guidance for the fourth quarter and full year 2017, resulting in increased total solar module shipments for 2017 of nearly 7 gigawatts.