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Hanwha Q Cells to build America’s largest solar module factory in Georgia

The South Korean group plans to commence construction of a facility with an annual capacity of at least 1.6 GW near the border of Georgia and Tennessee by the end of this year, with completion slated for 2019.

Solar power: the Northeast vs. utility scale

The latest report by the Institute for Local Self Reliance looks at the scale of solar across the United States.

Distributed energy, with fewer wires

A SEIA white paper describes the concept of non-wire solutions and how this innovation can boost solar PV and other distributed energy resources.

Tesla and Panasonic to hire 80 workers at Buffalo gigafactory

The Tesla/Panasonic gigafactory is taking on more workers, as a sign of health. However many details remain unclear.


Panasonic, Tesla reveal plan to produce lithium batteries in China

Tesla’s batteries may soon be Made in China. The announcement was made by Panasonic CEO Kazuhiro Tsuga during a conference accompanying the company’s 2018 fiscal-year results.

California’s solar mandate: Questions and answers

pv magazine attempts to answer some of the larger questions regarding California’s landmark mandate for solar on all new homes.

Energy Storage North America 2018 partners with CALSTART to showcase the future of energy storage and clean transportation

Leading energy storage event teams with advanced transportation consortium to present first-ever co-located event.

Details released on ingot and wafer tools for sale

The hardware from Panasonic’s Oregon ingot and wafer factory is going up for auction on May 9th, and the company auctioning the equipment has released details on what is on the block.

kWh Analytics tracks $8 billion in U.S. solar deals so far in 2018

The Spring DealFlow report from kWh Analytics highlighted 17 Asset Transactions and 19 Asset Financings deals year to date.

First Solar to build the biggest solar factory in the Western Hemisphere – in Ohio

The 1.2 GW factory will employ 500 workers. The new facility is expected to First Solar’s total capacity to 7.6 GW by the end of 2020.


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