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Global solar EPC market dominated by US, German, Indian contractors

U.S. solar module manufacturer and project developer First Solar was the largest EPC contractor last year with 4.31 GW of deployed solar, according to Wiki-Solar. The...

Fraunhofer ISE tests vehicle-integrated PV in commercial trucks

The transport sector’s energy transition is stalling. Electric cars are still in short supply and biofuels are also controversial. Heavy goods traffic alone accounts...

Swiss researchers unveil new perovskite process

Moving perovskite solar cells into commercial production is a focus for many of the world’s leading research institutes, which have a wealth of different...

Solar car tarp to recharge EV batteries

French thin-film PV manufacturer Armor has deployed a thin-film solar car cover on a Gazelle Tech electric vehicle made of composite materials. The cover consists...

How much money can you make with PV-assisted EV charging stations?

A group of scientists from Istanbul Technical University, the Turkish-German University, and France’s University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne has developed an economic model to evaluate...

Greece wraps up PV tender with record-breaking €0.04911/kWh tariff

Greece has launched a series of renewable energy tenders to procure new solar PV and wind power capacity in separate auctions and joint tenders....

All-in-one device integrating a microinverter and optimizer

Power electronics researchers from Estonia’s TalTech Power Electronics Research Group and startup Ubik Solutions have developed a hybrid inverter solution that integrates a microinverter...

No such thing as ‘next-generation’ modules

Next time you hear about the launch of a new “next-generation” solar module, take the news with a measure of caution, because the product...

Iberdrola’s 500-MW solar complex feeds 1st MWh to Spanish grid

The 500-MW Nunez de Balboa solar photovoltaic (PV) park in the Spanish region of Extremadura fed its first megawatt-hour to the grid at noon...

Vertical PV project on dam in Alps gets approval

In November, Axpo presented plans to build the first alpine PV plant in Switzerland. The 2 MW system will be built on the Muttsee dam, at...

Giant transformers for grid debottlenecking

Dutch power company Liander has installed two giant transformers to increase grid capacity in Gelderland province, one of the regions afflicted by grid constraints which are...

France awards 960 MW of solar through different tenders

Elisabeth Borne, French minister of the ecological and inclusive transition, has announced 288 PV and wind projects have been allocated from various recent tenders, with...

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Swinerton breaks ground on 215-MW California solar portfolio

Longroad Energy, a renewable energy developer, owner and operator, announced the financial close and start of construction by Swinerton on Little Bear Solar, comprising four separate...

SunLogix acquires Virginia warehouse to store equipment for delayed solar projects

SunLogix, a provider of logistics services exclusively to the solar energy industry, announced it has acquired 500,000 square feet of warehousing space in Danville,...

Spain is Europe’s cheapest market for corporate solar PPAs

Spain is the best solar market for corporate power purchase agreements in Europe, according to BloombergNEF, with the lowest prices for PV projects coming...

Survey: Covid-19 to cause 50% decline in rooftop solar segment

With a run rate of over 200 MW per month, the Australian small scale rooftop market segment was soaring to record heights in the first three...