• EE.UU
    9 jul. 2012

    First Solar Celebrates Groundbreaking on 20MW PV Project

    Joined by local elected officials and representatives from First Solar and FirstEnergy, Governor Martin O'Malley today broke ground on a new, 160 acre solar farm project located on the grounds of the Maryland Correctional Institution (MCI) in Hagerstown. Once built, the Maryland Solar project will produce 20 megawatts of power - enough clean energy to power approximately 2,700 Maryland homes, displacing approximately 23,000 metric tons of CO2 annually - the equivalent of taking 4,400 cars off the road each year. The project will create 125 construction jobs and at least three full time jobs will be created for the lifetime of the panels on the site.
  • Corea del Sur
    9 jul. 2012

    LG Consortium Wins Big Order for Solar Project

    LG Electronics said that it has won a large order to supply its solar modules in a solar plant project in Yeonggwang, South Jeolla Province.
  • China
    9 jul. 2012

    Grace Solar Usher in a 360KW Honolulu Roof PV Power Plant Project

    Recently, Grace Solar stand out from many foreign and domestic brands, and the roof PV mounting systems win customers favor. Grace Solar ushered in Honolulu roof PV power plant project capacity of 360KW.
  • China
    9 jul. 2012

    Yingli Establishes Regional Headquarters in Australia

    Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited today announced the establishment of its regional headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
  • España
    6 jul. 2012

    Solaria and ENARSA to Develop PV Projects in Argentina

    Solaria Energía y Medio Ambiente S.A. has signed a collaboration agreement to develop photovoltaic projects in Argentina with the local company ENARSA (Energía Argentina S.A.).
  • China
    6 jul. 2012

    Trina Solar Appoints New Independent Director

    Trina Solar Limited today announced the appointment of Mr. Henry Chow to its board of directors, effective immediately.
  • Alemania
    5 jul. 2012

    Business Operations Continue at Q.CELLS

    The respective Local Court (Amtsgericht) of Dessau/Rosslau has opened insolvency proceedings in respect of the photovoltaic company Q-Cells SE. Henning Schorisch, lawyer and partner of the law firm hww wienberg wilhelm, has been appointed as the insolvency administrator, after already acting as the provisional insolvency administrator. Schorisch intends to continue business operations of the company for the time being. No redundancies are planned at present.
  • EE.UU
    5 jul. 2012

    GE Halts Construction on Solar Plant as Prices Plunge

    General Electric Co. (GE) is suspending construction of a Colorado thin-film solar factory, slated to be the biggest in the U.S., as prices for the panels tumble amid a manufacturing-capacity glut.
  • Alemania
    5 jul. 2012

    Greek Solar Energy: Conergy Power Plant for N. Kornilakis MEPE

    For the second time within just a few weeks, Conergy in Greece is announcing the grid connection of a further solar power plant. The investor is the Greek company N. Kornilakis MEPE based in Magoula Attikis. Conergy has been responsible for the entire planning, engineering and design of the rooftop installation as well as for the supply of nearly 13,000 thin-film modules.
  • Italia
    4 jul. 2012

    Santerno Wins 155MW Supply Contract for PV Project in California

    Santerno has been awarded with a supply contract for 155MW of Santerno skid inverter stations to be installed in an Imperial Valley, California solar plant. "This contract is a milestone for Santerno, as it signals our entrance into the USA Solar Farm Market," says Guido Tonin, Executive Vice President of Santerno Inc., the North America subsidiary of Santerno Group, located in San Francisco.