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Pricing Update: Polysilicon Prices Continue to Fall
Crystaline silicon module prices are expected to fall below US$1/W due to free-falling polysilicon prices and lowering non-active materials costs.
What Chinese Companies Need to Know about Exon-Florio Review in the PV Solar Business Sector
China’s investments in the Photovoltaic (PV) solar business sector have increased rapidly and will continue to grow in order to acquire market channels, advanced technology and other related assets. Large R&D investments are being made in China on manufacturing and other new tech...
U.S. Solar Integrator and Solar Engineers:Overcoming Challenges of Desert Military Base Installation
Baker Electric Solar, a full-service solar integrator, partnered with Blue Oak Energy, a renewable energy engineering design firm, to bring solar energy to the new Bachelor Enlisted Quarters complex at the U. S. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, Californi...
On a Farm, Everything Is a Product of the Sun
An English cooperative offers solar power systems for farmers.To offer English farmers suitable technology at a fair price, the Mole Valley Farmers Cooperative has added photovoltaic systems to its range of products.
No Sign of ‘Solyndra Effect’ Yet
2011 sees US$1.9 billion in solar venture capital, US$4 billion in M&A.
How to Build a Solar Workforce: Lessons from America’s Finest City
According to the U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q1 2011 report, the U.S. solar energy industry continued to be one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy in Q1 2011 and is expected to continue to grow. This is good news for the solar industry and for workers who have the skill...
Changes to the 2012 International Codes: Impacts on Photovoltaic Installations
The International Code Council (ICC) develops a family of model codes, many of which are widely adopted across the United States. Some of the new model codes include provisions related to photovoltaics. Some of the most significant changes relate to: Fire classification, Wind res...
Solar PV Buying Decision Made Easy
We have good policy. We have low(er) prices. By focusing on more consistent consumer education tools, we have the potential to better organize demand which drives faster adoption of distribute solar energy systems. This, in turn, can lead to reducing current industry over-supply ...
EU PV Market: Trends and Developments
For the first time ever, Europe added more PV than wind capacity during the past year. Europe has taken advantage of providing 70% of global operating PV systems which over a half are in Germany. In the past year, Europe has installed 13 GW, while the rest of the world has provid...
China PV Suppliers Prepare for Challenges
China suppliers of solar panels and power systems are preparing for a challenging business period. In 2010, the industry saw sales from overseas deliveries of PV cells and modules surge more than 200% to exceed US$20 billion. In the first four months of 2011, YoY growth slowed to...
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