Chinese solar panel manufacturers are confronting growing trade and financial problems, including decreasing margins, decreasing exports, lack of capital, protectionism, and deteriorating external environment.
New York Times
Zip code level analysis of the U.S. solar market allows for the most accurate and valuable way to determine which markets are solar PV competitive.
Germany-based wholesaler Krannich Solar will distribute the SolarEdge portfolio of products throughout their 17 branches in 12 countries around the world.
1-Markets are growing quickly, 2-Installations are concentrated in a few states, 3-Utility-sector installations doubled, 4-Average size of non-residential installs grow, 5-Policy is market driver.
Renewable Energy World
Analysts forecast that the global solar panel market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 15.3% over the period of 2011-2015.
Environmental Entrepreneurs survey, in five categories of green employment some 70 companies, cities, and organizations in 30 states announced projects that could generate 37,409 jobs.
China's Ministry of Commerce is looking into a request to investigate polysilicon dumping by German manufacturers.
According to Interstate Renewable Energy Council's (IREC's) 2011 Solar Market Report, both utility-scale and non-residential PV grew by over 100% in 2011.
Clean Energy Authority
The notion of a centralized source of energy from a power plant is giving way to a distributed system where energy is produced wherever its source, sun or wind, can reach.
Sharp is in talks to sell its key solar panel plant in Japan as part of an asset sale seeking more than $1.2B.
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