Latest data from SunWiz shows Australia’s rooftop solar market is back on track in May, with the exception of some “worrying” figures coming out of NSW.
JinkoSolar a global leader in the solar industry, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc. has entered into a three-year agreement to supply 1.43GW of high efficiency modules to sPower, a leading renewable energy independent power producer.
Behind-the-Meter, Self-Consumption Solar Installation is U.S. Air Force’s Largest.
SunPower has already begun a series of layoffs.
SunPower and AES join forces to build 28MW solar with a 20MW, 5-hour battery storage system on the Hawaiian island of Kaua’i.
Power Purchase Agreement to provide Competitive Solar Electricity Rates to United States Air Force for 25 Years.
Recently launched New Energy Solar takes majority interest in two California PV farms, developed by US giant, SunPower.
Solar PV contracts are now cheaper than natural gas plants in the US, where even some utilities see a future where there will be no more gas turbines.
More than one dozen buyers circle SunEdison’s Australian business, as UK investor announces it seeking to build big Australian solar portfolio.
SunPower plans to grow its annual module capacity to 4 gigawatts over the next few years.