2.9 MW installation is the last project that receives the EEG feed-in-tariff which is 8.91 Eurocents per kilowatt-hour.
In order to further improve its sales and services, and develop its markets in Europe, Wuxi Suntech announced the establishment of its European branch in Germany on December 12th.
Exeger develops and produces novel printable solar cells for use in consumer electronics, on buildings and in other applications.
Ingeteam has recently launched to the market its new INGECON SUN CON40 power station and has now started assembling the first units for different utility-scale projects.
The British solar developer is looking to dip into a pot of GBP 600 million to purchase installed arrays, offering customers an upfront lump sum to transfer the FIT; customers will still receive free energy generated by the system.
The German firm Tesvolt, which manufactures commercial storage systems, has entered into an exclusive cooperation agreement with the start-up Africa Green Tec.
Phoenix Solar AG, a leading international photovoltaic system integrator listed on the official market (Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, published its quarterly announcement as of September 30th, 2016.
MJP International announced that it has completed the acquisition of 80% of the issued shares of Human Energy Alliance Laboratories Corp (“HEAL”) through its wholly owned subsidiary Energy Alliance Labs Inc. and has appointed Mr. Liao Zu Guo as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer.
SENTECH is very proud to announce that our new SENperc PV has been nominated for the Innovation Award 2016 Berlin Brandenburg.
Powered by ReneSola's Virtus II modules, the six projects are located in Carlam Hill Farm (Yorkshire), North Wales, and Monmouthshire.
In line with ÅF's growth strategy and the ambition to strengthen its global position in the renewable energy sector, ÅF is acquiring the energy division of the Spanish engineering company ARIES Ingeniería y Sistemas.
At the beginning of December, PFALZSOLAR will complete the construction and grid connection of another large scale PV project.
Etrion Corporation (Geneva, Switzerland), an independent solar power producer (IPP), announced that it has commenced full commercial operation of the 24.7 MW Shizukuishi solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant located on one site in the Iwate Prefecture of northern Japan.