• États-Unis
    12 sept. 2012

    First Solar and PG&E Sign Contracts for 72MW PV Electricity

    First Solar, Inc. today announced it has signed power purchase agreements with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) for 72 megawatts AC of solar electricity to be generated at two photovoltaic power plants that First Solar is developing in central California.
  • Chine
    12 sept. 2012

    Hanwha SolarOne Reports Second Quarter 2012 Results

    Hanwha SolarOne Co., Ltd. today reported its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2012. 
  • Chine États-Unis
    12 sept. 2012

    Yingli Launches UL Certified 1,000 Volt Utility-Scale Solar Modules

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited today announced that it is among the first solar PV manufacturers to introduce a 72 cell solar PV module certified by Underwriters Laboratories ("UL") for a maximum system voltage rating of 1,000V. This new product is marketed under the name "YGE-U 72 Cell." 
  • Allemagne
    11 sept. 2012

    S.A.G. Solarstrom Connects 7 PV Projects to Grid in Italy

    S.A.G. Solarstrom AG has successfully connected seven photovoltaic projects in Italy with a total output of 3.6MWp in August. The systems will thus receive the Conto Energia IV feed-in tariff of 23 Eurocents on average. The rooftop systems, with a size of between 300kWp and 999KWp were installed in Northern Italy.
  • Allemagne
    11 sept. 2012

    SINGULUS Kicks Off New Production Machine in the CIGS/CIS Segment

    - First machine for CIGS/CIS modules with a market size of 1200 x 600 mm in the order backlog
  • Japon
    11 sept. 2012

    KYOCERA Solar Modules Tested to Show 8.3% Power Output Degradation After 20 Years in the Field

    Kyocera Corporation's solar modules installed in a French village to the east of Lyon recently marked a special anniversary – the modules, which were used for France's first grid-tied solar power generating system, have been producing clean energy for the last 20 years. Furthermore, recent laboratory testing of the pioneering system confirms that Kyocera's solar modules, which were installed in 1992, show only minimal degradation in performance. The 945-watt system, which is installed on a roof in the small village of Lhuis, showed only an 8.3% degradation in performance from its original power output level. The performance of this system is a testament to the extraordinary long-term reliability and performance of Kyocera modules.
  • Chine
    11 sept. 2012

    JA Solar Responds to European Commission's Antidumping Proceedings

    JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd. today responded to the launch of antidumping proceedings concerning Chinese solar products by the European Commission.
  • États-Unis
    10 sept. 2012

    Astrum Solar to Install MW Solar Power in Solarize Mass Program

    Astrum Solar is proud to announce it has reached over a megawatt of contracted capacity as the preferred installer for six Massachusetts towns in the Solarize Mass program, which is a partnership between the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER). The Astrum Solar achievement of 1,084 kilowatts to be installed at 123 customer sites across the six communities comes with one month still to go in the Solarize Mass initiative.   
  • France Pologne
    10 sept. 2012

    Senersun to Supply 23MW Worth of PV Modules to Solar-Bau

    Senersun announces that it has entered into an agreement with Polish solar company Solar-Bau for the supply of 23MW worth of PV modules. Following the agreement, Solar-Bau becomes Senersun's official partner in Poland.
  • Allemagne
    10 sept. 2012

    SolarWorld Breaks Ground on 25MW Desert Star Solar Projects in California

    SolarWorld announced today that it has begun construction of its 25-megawatt (DC) Desert Star Solar Projects in California's Mojave Desert. The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) division of SolarWorld, which owns the land and projects near Twentynine Palms, Calif., is overseeing all phases of the projects, including design, engineering, procurement, permitting and construction. Once completed later this year, Desert Star will rank among California's largest operating crystalline-silicon solar installations.