Half of new US capacity from RE

More than half of the new power-generation capacity taken online in the US during the first half of the year came from solar and wind, thanks to booming solar installations and a steep fall-off in natural gas and coal.

Goldman Sachs funds PosiGen

19 September 2014 03:17 GMT

Saft wins California PV-battery order

19 September 2014 05:07 GMT

Znshine to develop 31MW in Japan

19 September 2014 06:44 GMT

LDK's US units to file for Chapter 11

19 September 2014 03:12 GMT

Vivint Solar sees $1.9bn market cap

18 September 2014 02:51 GMT

Blue Earth takes PowerGenix stake

18 September 2014 07:29 GMT

UGE, OTEPI team on Panama solar

18 September 2014 06:30 GMT

Vivint Solar sees $1.9bn market cap

18 September 2014 02:51 GMT

NRG seals Goal Zero acquisition

18 September 2014 03:51 GMT

SMA wins Canada supply contract

18 September 2014 03:03 GMT

Hareon signs 150MW China DG deal

18 September 2014 03:13 GMT

E.ON cosies up to Silicon Valley

17 September 2014 03:19 GMT

ISS signs North Carolina PV PPA

17 September 2014 03:11 GMT

Asia 'set for 60%' of PV in H2

17 September 2014 01:49 GMT

SolarCity's Zep launches new line

16 September 2014 02:57 GMT

Insolvency for Solon German units

16 September 2014 02:55 GMT

TerraForm set to take 50MW in UK

16 September 2014 01:54 GMT

Germany opens 5MW RE storage

16 September 2014 12:41 GMT

Chile to fund planning of 740MW

16 September 2014 01:02 GMT

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