Solar Industry News

The solar industry is changing fast thanks to increasing demand. To stay on top of developments and get information on the latest innovations, you should sign up for the Wiser daily solar industry news email. The solar industry is responsible for the production of energy from the sun. It is a renewable form of energy creation that can be installed in private homes, or in businesses. The technology usually takes the form of photovoltaic cells in solar panels. According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the price of solar panels halved between 2010 and 2014. This is fueling the growth of the industry which is seeing more installations year on year, and increasing numbers of people employed. And you can follow the latest solar industry news via the Wiser tailored news service. The email digest is delivered to your inbox once a day and features the best articles from around the internet. Sign up today.

Recent Solar Industry News Coverage
 
Your Weekly Recommendations Monday, July 24, 2017
 
Recommended for you
Electricity revolution could save consumers up to £40bn
BBC • Roger Harrabin
Jakson Group to invest Rs 700 crore to set up new solar plant
The Economic Times of India • Kaavya Chandrasekaran
Jinko Solar Goes Parabolic
Seeking Alpha • Shareholders Unite
100% Clean, Renewable Energy Is Possible — Setting The Record Straight
CleanTechnica • Karl Burkart
Here’s How Much Arctic Sea Ice Has Melted Since the ‘80s
Climate Central • Andrea Thompson
Coalition launches to fight solar panel tariffs
The Hill • Timothy Cama
Canada's Algonquin bids for Atlantica Yield stake: report
Recharge • Karl-Erik Stromsta
Everything Architects Need to Know About Roof Tiles and Shingles
Architizer • Architizer Editors
Zhongli wins EPC bids on 165MW of poverty alleviation projects in China
PV-Tech
Latest renewables news hot off the press 21/7/2017
Renewable Energy Mag
 
Recommended for You
Energy & Utilities, Energy Efficiency
Electricity revolution could save consumers up to £40bn
BBCRoger Harrabin
Consumers could save billions of pounds thanks to a revolution in the way electricity is made, used and stored, the government has claimed. New rules will make it easier for people to generate their own power with solar panels, store it in...
Share
Energy & Utilities, Manufacturing
Jakson Group to invest Rs 700 crore to set up new solar plant
The Economic Times of IndiaKaavya Chandrasekaran
NEW DELHI: At a time when most domestic solar manufacturers are struggling with idle capacity in the face of cheap solar cells and modules being imported from China, Noida-based Jakson Group is setting up a greenfield solar plant in a seemingly contrarian...
Share
Solar Industry
Jinko Solar Goes Parabolic
Seeking AlphaShareholders Unite
Summary Jinko had a disappointing first quarter with most financial metrics deteriorating. However, since February, the shares have moved steadily higher and the latest spurt is near parabolic. This has to do with much higher installations in the first half in China,...
Share
Cleantech, Energy & Utilities
100% Clean, Renewable Energy Is Possible — Setting The Record Straight
CleanTechnicaKarl Burkart
Since 2009, Mark Jacobson, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University and Senior Fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment and Precourt Institute for Energy, and more than 85 coauthors have written a series of peer-reviewed journal articles evaluating...
Share
Climate Change, Oceans
Here’s How Much Arctic Sea Ice Has Melted Since the ‘80s
Climate CentralAndrea Thompson
Arctic sea ice has been melting at a steady clip this summer as it heads toward its annual low point. But a new chart shows that with nearly two months still left in the melt season, sea ice area is already below...
Share
Energy & Utilities, Environment
Coalition launches to fight solar panel tariffs
The HillTimothy Cama
A broad industry and conservative coalition launched Friday to fight potential tariffs on imported solar panels. Energy Trade Action Coalition includes mainly non-solar companies, along with trade associations, utilities, retailers, unions, conservative groups and others. It was formed with the express purpose...
Share
Algonquin Power & Utilities, Public Relations
Canada's Algonquin bids for Atlantica Yield stake: report
RechargeKarl-Erik Stromsta
Canada’s Algonquin Power & Utilities, a growing player in the North American renewables market, has reportedly offered to buy Abengoa’s stake in Atlantica Yield, among the world’s leading owners of concentrated solar power (CSP) projects. Algonquin is ready to pay around €700m...
Share
Architectural Design, Construction
Everything Architects Need to Know About Roof Tiles and Shingles
ArchitizerArchitizer Editors
From how to specify asphalt shingles to how to create an experimental snake skin effect with zinc or ceramic tiles, we’ve spent this week investigating how architects can build better and innovate with some of the world’s most ubiquitous roofing materials. Here’s...
Share
Solar Industry
Zhongli wins EPC bids on 165MW of poverty alleviation projects in China
PV-Tech
China-based PV module manufacturer Jiangsu Zhongli Group has successfully secured three ‘Poverty Alleviation’ projects in Guizhou, China totalling around 165MW after winning bids for EPC work.
Share
Energy & Utilities, Renewable Energy
Latest renewables news hot off the press 21/7/2017
Renewable Energy Mag
• New York Grapples With the Best Way to Promote Storage: Mandates or Market Reforms? Green Tech Media • N.Y. Launches Toolkit To Help Municipalities Advance Solar Projects Solar Industry Magazine • Wind Energy Proves To Be Good Fit On New York...
Share