Press Releases

Clear: the new transparent PV module from Eurener

The photovoltaic module manufacturer with more than 15 years of experience in the industry is launching a new product. Clear solar module opens the year with a strong innovation conducted by Eurener own R&D Department transforming and improving architectural integration solutions for solar installations.

Solar Data Systems Launches Expansion of its Solar-Log

Bethel - Solar Data Systems, Inc. has expanded its Solar-Log® Performance Data Provider (PDP) and Reporting portfolio to include solar PV installations that participate in incentive programs such as California Solar Initiative (CSI), New Jersey Solar Incentive, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), and Connecticut Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CEFIA).

Soitec opens its solar manufacturing facility in San Diego to locally produce CPV modules for the U.S. renewable energy market

San Diego - Soitec (Euronext), a world leader in generating and manufacturing revolutionary semiconductor materials for the electronics and energy industries, announced today the grand opening of its North American solar manufacturing facility in San Diego.

MAGE SOLAR ENGINEERING implements 414 kilowatt peak flat roof system

Ravensburg - MAGE SOLAR ENGINEERING GmbH, a 100-percent subsidiary of German-based MAGE SOLAR AG, has implemented a photovoltaic system with an peak output of 414 kilowatts on the roof of MAGE HERZBERG in Herzberg/Elster, Brandenburg, Germany.

STA responds to RO decision for solar power

DECC has decided to reduce support for solar power under the Renewables Obligation from 2 ROCs today to 1.6 ROCs from April 2013 – a reduction of 20%. This is higher than the level of 1.5 ROCs which was initially proposed. The STA recommended an initial cut of 10% (to 1.8 ROCs) to ensure continued expansion of deployment. However, the degression rate has improved from previous proposals.

SGL Group Launches Carbon Heat Storage System Worldwide

Wiesbaden / Meitingen - SGL Group – The Carbon Company – has developed an innovative heat storage system in response to industrial companies’ growing demands for optimal heat and energy utilization. The system debuted at this year’s ACHEMA in Frankfurt and is now launched worldwide.

Siemens receives 126 MW wind power plants order in Ireland

Siemens Energy has received an order for delivery and servicing of 42 direct-drive wind turbines for two onshore wind power plants. Purchaser is the Irish utility Bord na Móna.

Suntech and SunSystem Announce 25MW Sales Agreement in Romania

Schaffhausen - Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (NYSE: STP), one of the world's largest producers of solar panels, and SunSystem S.p.A., a leading Italian solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company, have signed a contract for Suntech to supply 25 megawatts (MW) of polycrystalline solar panels.

Industrial auctioneers selected to jointly manage disposition of Schüco's thin film solar module production and R&D assets

Starnberg - Maynards Europe GmbH, Hilco Industrial Europe and Heritage Global Partners Europe today announced that they have been retained by Schüco International, a worldwide pioneer in glass-glass photovoltaics (PV), including unique building-integrated (BIPV), to jointly manage a series of sales for its state-of-the-art solar module production and related capital assets located at Germany-ba

Suntech, Siemens and Mainstream Renewable Power Collaborate on 100MW of Solar Projects in South Africa

Wuxi - Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (NYSE: STP), one of the world's largest producers of solar panels, has announced that it will supply approximately 100 megawatts (MW) of solar panels for two projects that are being developed, built and operated by a consortium led by Mainstream Renewable Power in South Africa.


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