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April 15, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Germany’s Conergy Group said they have transformed the company over the last year into a leading supplier of solar systems and components in Europe. With approximately 30 MW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity, the company had a market share in Germany of significantly more than 20 percent. Consolidated sales increased by 67 % to EUR 122.2 million […]
ICP Global Technologies, a manufacturer and distributor of solar charging solutions for consumers, has acquired Intersolar Ltd, a manufacturer of amorphous-silicon cells in the United Kingdom.
Integrated energy company E.ON and BNP Paribas Personal Finance are piloting a new energy efficiency financing scheme for UK consumers.
By many accounts, the spread of solar power is unstoppable. Costs continue to fall at a blistering pace, solutions to give consumers a solar-powered home without needing to connect to the grid for back-up power are emerging, and even the U.S. Supreme Court has weighed in, with a recent ruling that is favorable for the solar energy market.
Azure Power, which is developing one of India's first privately operated, utility scale, solar power plants has announced that it has reached a partnership deal with SunEdison.
Sunrun yesterday said it has reached an agreement with Comcast for the solar and storage company to be the exclusive solar provider for Comcast Cable.
Standard Solar, Inc. has announced the financing and operation of 17 community solar projects in Minnesota and Massachusetts totaling 24.6 MW of capacity. Tax equity financing for these projects was secured in a partnership with Crestmark, a division of MetaBank. Massachusetts and Minnesota account for about half of cumulative capacity of community solar throughout the U.S. according to the National […]
Canadian Solar Inc. (CSI) has announced that it has signed a 9-megawatt (MW) sales agreement for the sale of its e-Modules with Conergy USA. The contract runs for 12 months, through June 2009 and delivery of the modules will start this month.
Swedish forestry and timber product company Södra and Norwegian energy company Statkraft have signed a renewable energy agreement of intent valued at up to SEK 10 billion (€1 billion) and covering a range of technologies.
I typed the words “free solar” into Google and got 747,000,000 hits in half a second. We all know that solar systems are not free. But the technology that is being marketed is still so new and complicated that it is easy to scam homeowners who are eager to save money.