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Solar Surprise: Portugal and New Jersey Please InvestorsnShort-Term
Two small markets promise favorable system returns despite other constraints.
Large-Scale Energy Storage Technologies to Capitalize on Renewables
Massive opportunities for market growth with revenues that will almost double by 2017 hitting US$2 billion
PV Market Facing a Paradigm Shift
The photovoltaic market is changing, with a shift from incentives to end-user opportunities.
Micro-inverters and Power Optimizers Grow 500% in 2010
Shipments of micro-inverters and power optimizers grew by well over 500% in 2010, but it’s still a long way to mainstream.
Meeting the Needs of Advanced Photovoltaic Manufacturing
The world of Photovoltaics (PV) manufacturing is a diverse one. There are new tools, processes and materials being introduced on a constant basis. Many have noted that grid parity is the major goal for the PV industry. Grid parity is a poorly-defined term, but inherent in the ter...
Production Cutbacks Insufficient to Prevent Solar Module Inventory Buildup
Current production plans and demand outlook suggest oversupply will be maintained into next year.
Changing the Face of Cities in Taiwan
Solar energy integration in Taipei and KaohsiungAn oddity exists in Taiwan: energy imports are roughly 99% even though the island receives ample sunshine thanks to being part of the Sunbelt Region. This peculiar situation is changing with the movement for the transition to a clea...
German Solar Installations Undergo End-of-Year Resurgence, Straining Supply Chain
The looming drop in Germany’s Feed-in Tariff (FiT) in January of next year is generating surge in demand that may be difficult for major suppliers to accomodate.
Third Quarter 2011 Funding and M&A Activity for Solar
Solar has a solid quarter with VC funding at US$372 million compared to US$354 million in Q2 2011--M&A activity robust with 20 transactions.
Thin-Film PV Finds a Way to Survival
Thin-film partnering with off-grid applicationsDriven by the cost-effective applications offered, such as lighting and the replacement of disposable batteries (for radios, torches, etc.), thin-film PV is already surviving in a market with great potential. According to information...
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