EU ProSun, a group pulled together by SolarWorld, asks the European Commission to investigate dumping of Chinese products in Europe as the solar trade war goes global.
The Obama administration closes in on earmarking 285,000 acres in 17 zones in six Western states for streamlined utility-scale solar power development.
Wind power rules in Texas, but San Antonio’s CPS Energy is in a new deal that will bring 400 megawatts of solar plus several solar companies to the city.
New Jersey’s republican governor signs on to a bill that’s intended to keep the state rolling along as a U.S. leader in solar power installations.
With a barrage of new installations, the scope of Ikea’s solar commitment becomes more impressive and highlights the possibilities for commercial rooftops.
The solar trade war heats up again, with China announcing formal anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probes into U.S. and S. Korean imports of solar-grade polysilicon.
Amonix, a concentrating PV manufacturer that got a big grant from the Bush admnistration, has closed down its North Las Vegas plant.
House Republicans hold a hearing on the Abound Solar loan guarantee failure, and China becomes a hot topic of conversation.
China has been pumping out cheap solar PV, upending the global market, but now it’s boosting its targets for domestic deployment significantly.
Developers of the Agua Caliente Solar Project in Arizona, which is backed by a $976 million loan guarantee, say the plant is now generating 200 MW of power.
Making conventional electricity takes a lot water, and a report from the River Network says we can give our waterways a break by embracing wind and solar.
If you’ve been sweating it out the past week or so, we’ve got five green gadgets that can help you save some energy and beat the heat.
Demonstrating just what a tough time this is for solar manufacturing – whether you got U.S. loans or not – GE puts a big thin-film plant in Colorado on hold.
Thin-film manufacturer Abound Solar, after spending $70 million in U.S.-supported loans, declares bankruptcy.