Solar electricity News for April 2011
Q-Cells is to enter the Japanese residential market with integrated photovoltaic solutions.
29 April, 2011
Spread over 12 acres of land and situated near Pune, the eighth largest metropolis in India, Tata claims that this is the first and largest solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Maharashtra, and one of the largest in India.
28 April, 2011
A team of researchers headed by the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) has made fundamental discoveries about the processes in photoelectrochemical cells that could have an impact on solar to chemical energy conversion.
21 April, 2011
WorldWater & Solar Technologies Inc and Gamesa are donating two solar driven water purification systems, Mobile MaxPure®(MMP), to Japan.
18 April, 2011
LDK Solar Co Ltd has invested US$35 million in a manufacturing line to produce silane gas in its Mahong Plant in Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province, China, to meet semiconductor, solar and flat panel display demand.
15 April, 2011
IBC SOLAR has opened its solar photovoltaic (PV) subsidiary office in Beijing, China.
12 April, 2011
LDK Solar Co Ltd has invested approximately US$40 million in a new sapphire solar wafer manufacturing plant in Nanchang City, Jiangxi Province.
11 April, 2011
FCC and Mitsui have closed the funding for their 50 MW Gúzman solar thermal power plant in Spain with a €226 million loan with Japanese bank Mizuho and Spain's BBVA having granted project finance.
06 April, 2011
E.ON plans to invest €2.6 billion in renewable energy in the period 2011-2013, following investments of €1bn in 2010.
06 April, 2011
Silfab Ontario Inc will build a 5 MW solar photovoltaic (PV) system consisting of 20,410 solar modules for Alderville First Nation in Southeastern Ontario, Canada.
05 April, 2011
Alstom is investing a further US$75 million in BrightSource Energy Inc under a partnership agreement from August 2010 to provide “fully integrated solar thermal power plants.”
01 April, 2011