Photovoltaic

High Power ecosolargy titan series

Irvine, CA. - ecoSolargy Inc., a world leading solar panel manufacturer, is introducing its Titan Series solar modules. The Titan Series module line has been proven to exceed industry standards through a multitude of rigorous tests and development.

Historic $1-Per-Watt Solar Modules Just Months Away

El Segundo, CA - The photovoltaic (PV) industry appears set to achieve a major milestone with the selling prices of crystalline silicon (c-Si) modules projected to drop to $1 per watt by the first quarter of 2012, a significant benchmark level that could forestall a widely feared

Solar Frontier Opens Office in Saudi Arabia

Tokyo - Solar Frontier today announced the opening of a new office in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, the latest addition to its growing international network. The office, which officially opens on July 1, will liaise with Solar Frontier's partners in the region and further develop its presence in the Middle East, a priority market for the company.

SunLink is now SEG PV

Frankfurt a. M. - The quality module manufacturer Zhangjiagang Sunlink PV Co., Ltd is operating under a new name. The company will be operating in the future as SEG PV. This step was needed as in the past few weeks, another company has sold modules under the name illegally and under false pretences.


New Bosch competence center for photovoltaics opens in Arnstadt

Arnstadt - At a ceremony in Arnstadt, Germany, the Bosch Group has inaugurated its new photovoltaics center. Overall, the company has invested more than half a billion euros in this facility.

GESOLAR to build 10MW roof solar project China - Chinas biggest roof solar power plant

Nanjing - GESOLAR, Sainty International Group is one of the leading manufacturers of PV module, inverter, mounting and a provider of solar system kit, today announced it would complete a 10MWp roof solar project by the end of 2011 in Siyang, Jiangsu, China.


Deutsche Bank Examines German PV FITs

One of the world's largest banks has issued a report examining how to design feed-in tariffs for solar photovoltaics (solar PV) that ensure rapid development while minimizing cost to ratepayers.


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