Oxfordshire-based multicrystalline wafer manufacturer PV Crystalox has settled its long-running, multi-million-euro contract dispute with a still unnamed customer.
Irish manufacturing process developer Nines Photovoltaics has secured €3 million (£2.6 million) of innovation funding to further develop its solar PV manufacturing process.
A UK start-up is launching a pontoon manufacturing facility in Cumbria with a capacity equivalent of 12MW.
Nominations for the Solar Power Portal and Energy-Storage.News Awards 2018 are now open, and today we turn our attention to one of the most competitive categories in Product Innovation.
Photovoltaic system lifetime is key to ensuring investment returns. The more reliable the system lifetime is, the more reliable and certain the investment.
UK-headquartered multicrystalline solar wafer producer PV Crystalox Solar has confirmed plans to close its multicrystalline ingot/brick production facilities in Oxford.
Integrated PV module manufacturer SolarWorld has officially announced that it has been forced into bankruptcy proceedings.
Red tape, stagnant demand and elaborate outside pressures have made module pricing in the UK complex and seemingly insulated from global price trends. John Parnell examines the stand-offs maintaining a status quo in UK module prices.
Wuxi Suntech has become the latest Chinese solar module manufacturer to voluntarily withdraw from Europe’s minimum import price undertaking.
JA Solar said it had withdrawn from the European Union’s Minimum Import Price (MIP) agreement, becoming the latest module manufacturer to do so.
DuPont, an industry leader in high-performance materials for photovoltaic panels, shares best practices for solar array design, component selection and long-term maintenance.
DuPont, an industry leader in high-performance materials for photovoltaic panels, shares Bill of Materials (BoM) specification recommendations based on extensive field observations and laboratory testing.