Solar Archive

28 Aug 2014

India Drops Proposal To Levy Anti-Dumping Duties on Solar PV Modules

After threatening to do so, the Indian government has decided not to impose anti-dumping duties on solar modules from the US, China, and other countries India Drops Proposal To Levy Anti-Dumping Duties on Solar PV Modules was
28 Aug 2014

SolarCity’s Planned 1 GW Solar PV Plant Will Cost Up To $450 Million

While SolarCity’s recent acquisition of the solar PV panel manufacturer Silevo has certainly opened up a number of interesting options for the company, none of them are likely to be cheap. According to recent reports, SolarCity’s newly
27 Aug 2014

Indian State Of Punjab Plans To Add 2,000 MW Solar Power Capacity

Responding to energy shortages produced by inadequate coal supplies, the Indian state of Punjab plans to build out 2000 MW of solar power capacity Indian State Of Punjab Plans To Add 2,000 MW Solar Power Capacity was
27 Aug 2014

REC Group secures 85MW solar panels supply contract in US

Solar energy solutions provider REC Group has secured a contract to deliver 85MW of solar panels to a major US engineering, procurement and construction firm. CTBR – News
27 Aug 2014

Siemens & Sunrun Partnering To Promote Home Solar + EV Charging Systems

Siemens, manufacturer of the VersiCharge EV home charging system, and Sunrun, a leading solar PV system installer, are now partnering to help promote the products of the two companies, as per a recent agreement. The new deal will
27 Aug 2014

Politics Threatens World’s Largest Solar Power Project

A 4000 MW solar power project planned for eastern Rajasthan, India, could be scrapped because the wrong political party first came up with the project Politics Threatens World’s Largest Solar Power Project was originally published on CleanTechnica.
27 Aug 2014

BSR wins contract to transform Sita UK’s landfill sites into solar power plants

Sita UK has selected British Solar Renewables (BSR) to transform several of its landfill sites into solar power plants. CTBR – News
26 Aug 2014

GE’s Digital Energy business introduces three-phase solar pad-mounted transformer

GE’s Digital Energy business has introduced a new three-phase solar pad-mounted transformer. CTBR – News
26 Aug 2014

Retail vs Wholesale Energy Pricing: 1 Reason It’s Easy For Rooftop Solar To Be Cost Effective

Utility-Scale Solar Energy Pricing In the media, when solar energy pricing is discussed as being cost effective or not, they are typically talking about utility-scale solar projects and how they compare on cost to wholesale prices from coal or
25 Aug 2014

Hareon, Nereus Capital to develop solar power projects in India

Hareon Solar Technology has agreed to collaborate with Nereus Capital for the development of more than 150MW of solar power projects in India over the next two years. CTBR – News