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CTO Dr. Stuart Wenham: Suntech modules can operate for 25 years anywhere on the globe

Suntech solar PV modules pass Blowing Sand Test


Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd. (Wuxi, China) on December 18th, 2012, announced that its solar photovoltaic (PV) modules have passed the Blowing Sand Test based on DIN EN 60068-2-68 LC2 by SGS, a world leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. The SGS test result confirms that Suntech's PV modules are suitable for solar installations in desert regions. Read more...

PV module supply kandscape within the U.K. by megawatt-Level (End of 2012). Source: NPD Solarbuzz UK PV Market Entry Guide: New Revenue Opportunities report, December 2012

Solarbuzz: PV supply chain prepares for Q1'13 demand rally in the U.K.


Suppliers of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules and balance-of-systems (BOS) components are preparing for a potential Q1’13 revenue windfall in the U.K. market, according to NPD Solarbuzz (Santa Clara, Calif.). The windfall will be stimulated by anticipated downward revisions to Renewable Obligation Certificate (ROC) levels beginning in April 2013, according to the NPD Solarbuzz “UK PV Market Entry Guide: New Revenue Opportunities report. Read more...

Tallbear Solar reference PV plant. The company will build the 20 MW the Seville solar power facility

SDG&E signs PPAs for 40 MW of PV with Tallbear Solar, Gestamp


San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) on December 17th, 2012 announced that it has completed two new long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs) in Imperial Valley totaling 40 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy with diverse business enterprise (DBE) participation. Read more...

Rooftop PV system at Palo Alto

City of Palo Alto's feed-in tariff to be open to any project size


On December 17th, 2012 the Palo Alto City Council approved changes to Palo Alto CLEAN (Clean Local Energy Accessible Now), the municipal program to purchase electricity generated by solar photovoltaic (PV) systems located in CPAU’s service territory, which coincides with the city boundaries. Palo Alto's "feed-in tariff" changes are including raising the price, lowering the amount of capacity to be accepted and removing the minimum project size. Read more...

The roof-mounted PV installation supplies the barns with solar power at a stable price

Conergy completes 1 MW rooftop PV plant in Brandenburg, Germany


On December 17th, 2012, Conergy AG (Hamburg, Germany) announced that it has built a solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant with a capacity of around 1 megawatt (MW) on six newly-built barn roofs in the Uckerland district of Brandenburg, Germany. The PV plant includes more than 4,000 Conergy P series PV modules on a total roof area of more than 8,000 square meters. Read more...

Renesola microinverters for rooftop and ground mount PV systems

ReneSola PV micro-inverter receives certification in Australia


On December 17th, 2012, ReneSola Ltd. (Jiashan, China) announced its Micro Replus solar photovoltaic (PV) micro-inverter has formally obtained a certificate of approval from SAA Approvals. SAA is a third-party certification body accredited by the Joint Accreditation Service of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) to issue certificates of approval for electrical equipment that has proven to comply with the safety requirements of the applicable Australian standard. Read more...

SolarCentury PV plant in Devon, U.K.

SolarCentury obtains approval for 6.3 MW PV plant near Southampton, U.K.


On December 14th, 2012, SolarCentury (London, United Kingdom) announced that it has received a planning permission from the Eastleigh Borough Council for a 6.3 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant at the Chalcroft Farm near Southampton, United Kingdom. Once complete, the solar park at Chalcroft Farm will consist of 25,632 PV panels, covering about 40 acres of land. It will produce enough electricity to power the equivalent of 1,800 homes, the company states. Read more...

LG Electronics received the "Best Project Award" from Climate Control Middle East magazine

LG honored with best project award for superior energy solutions for building energy system including PV


On December 17th, 2012, LG Electronics announced that it has received the "Best Project Award" from Climate Control Middle East magazine for its LG Electronics Gulf FZE project, a building equipped with LG's DX system. The LG's DX system is a combination of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) air conditioning, solar photovoltaic (PV) panels and LED lighting. Read more...

Throughput optimized tube furnace for diffusion processes in c-Si solar cell processing

centrotherm photovoltaics announces important Chinese order for PV cell production systems


At the beginning of 2013, centrotherm photovoltaics (Blaubeuren, Germany) will deliver solar photovoltaic (PV) cell production systems for anti-reflective coating and phosphorous diffusion with a capacity of 300 megawatts to CECEP Solar Energy Technology (Zhenjiang) Co., Ltd. The tender for this solar cell production line key equipment occurred as part of the first capacity expansion of their cell and module production. CECEP Solar awarded the order for the important core processes to centrotherm photovoltaics, a global market leader for diffusion and PECVD systems. Read more...

GT expects its polysilicon segment to comprise 62% of CY 2012 revenues

GT Advanced Technologies expects modest fall in revenues in 4Q 2012, 2013


GT Advanced Technologies Inc. (Merrimack, New Hampshire, U.S.) has released its guidance for the fourth quarter of calendar year (CY) 2012, predicting a 36% year-over-year decline in revenues to between USD 95 to 102 million. The company also provided a preliminary outlook for CY 2013, stating that it expects revenue between USD 500 and 600 million, with 57% of sales from the company's sapphire segment and 42% from its polysilicon segment. However, GT expects to remain in the black in 2013. Read more...

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