Tag Archives: PV

Your Monday Briefings: All the Solar News (Week 4)

published 2020 年 01 月 21 日 10:00 | editor | category News
Regional Markets 1.  Austria Austria’s new administration has promised to fit 1 million roofs with PV installations by 2030.The Austrian government also pledged to obtain all the electricity from the renewables by 2030 and to make the Alpen country climate neutral by 2040. ...  more

Middle East Gearing up to Be the Next Clean Energy Leader

published 2020 年 01 月 17 日 21:00 | editor | category News
When people think of the Middle East, a lot of things would come to mind: oil, the desert, just to name a few. However, renewable energy would not be the first thing that comes to everyone’s mind. However, that is about to change. ...  more

UAE Set to Double Its Renewable Energy Portfolio in 10 Years

published 2020 年 01 月 16 日 10:00 | editor | category News
The United Arab Emirates is the rising star of clean energy in the region. Abu Dhabi’s solar power supply can cover around ~6% of the emirate’s demand for electricity in summer and 16% in winter currently. The Noor Abu Dhabi solar power plant (1,177MW), which is considered as the single largest solar farm on earth, has started its commercial operation since July 2019. ...  more

[In-Depth Report] 5 Reasons Why Trina Solar’s IPO Is Postponed

published 2020 年 01 月 15 日 10:00 | editor | category News
Trina Solar, one of the largest solar powerhouses in the world, tried to apply for IPO in China, which was expected to be clear sailing for the company. However, the Sci-Tech Innovation Board, China’s equivalent to NASDAQ, has not approved Trina’s application. The status is now “postponed.” ...  more

Robbins Geller Makes $350 Million Compensation for First Solar Investors

published 2020 年 01 月 09 日 21:00 | editor | category News
After a lengthy legal battle and on the day before jury selection, Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP secured a $350 million settlement for the investor class in Smilovits v. First Solar, Inc., No. 2:12-cv-00555-DGC, pending in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. The shareholder class was led by two U.K. pension funds: Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme and British Coal Staff Superannuation Scheme. ...  more