Finance

EXCLUSIVE: Abigail Ross Hopper speaks out on Suniva

After strongly criticizing the U.S. International Trade Commission’s decision to the bankrupt module manufacturer’s petition for “global safeguard relief” from imports of crystalline silicon solar PV cells and modules, the president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) agreed to talk further about her concerns with pv magazine.

Siva Power secures investment for thin film facility

Siva Power has continued to raise money for the development of its module manufacturing facility in Santa Clara, California. Since 2015 – when it received funding for the project from the Department of Energy’s Sunshot initiative – Siva Power has continued with ambitious plans to develop its facility in Santa Clara, which it claims is […]

Novatus goes deeper into solar with Colorado’s largest plant

The private renewable energy asset owner has bought the 156 MW-DC Comanche PV project in Pueblo County, bringing it to 543 MW-AC of solar.

Wärtsilä takes over U.S. storage specialist Greensmith

Greensmith’s software will be used in Wärtsilä’s new hybrid power plants, as the Helsinki-based company further strengthens its position as a global energy systems integrator.

SolarWorld Americas to continue operations

Amid a flurry of speculation after its German parent company SolarWorld AG, the U.S. arm of the crystalline silicon PV manufacturer released a statement reassuring the market and its employees that it continues to operate at full strength.

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ESCO acquires Renewable NRG Systems

The maker of engineered products for multiple industries has expanded into wind and solar with the acquisition of Renewable NRG Systems.

TerraForm completes the sale of 365 MW of UK solar projects

With the sale the yieldco has almost completely divested from the United Kingdom, as its acquisition by Brookfield grinds forward.

Amtech posts revenue growth in quarterly results

The U.S./Dutch tool maker also saw order intake and quarter-end backlog increase in the latest quarter. All of the company’s segments contributed to the turnover growth registered in this period.

SMA remains in the black

A difficult market environment has led to a drop in sales and profits. The German inverter maker, however, was able to keep writing black numbers in the latest quarter.

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