After reaching an acquisition agreement earlier this week, Germany-based module manufacturer SolarWorld AG has received approval to hand over its German production facilities and its distribution companies in Europe, Asia and Africa to SolarWorld Industries GmbH, a newly formed entity [Read More]
Editor’s note: With a hearing at the U.S. International Trade Commission set for next week, James D. Worden, CEO of U.S. inverter supplier Yaskawa – Solectria Solar, requested to contribute an op-ed on the Section 201 trade case. The following does [Read More]
The national solar trade group claims thousands of U.S. jobs are at stake and has urged the U.S. International Trade Commission to deny Suniva’s request for new import tariffs.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has issued a public apology after coming under fire from Dr. Julianne Malveaux, an economist, journalist and social commentator who claims SEIA used “intimidation tactics” in response to an op-ed she wrote. For its [Read More]
The Solar Energy Industries Association’s Codes & Standards Symposium was developed by and for solar industry codes and standards leaders and covers up-to-date issues to augment professionals’ knowledge of codes, permitting and technology within the realm of solar regulations. Industry [Read More]
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has announced the formation of the Midwest State Committee in an effort to expand the national trade group’s education and advocacy efforts in the region. According to SEIA, the committee will work with SEIA [Read More]
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry, has announced the addition of NEXTracker, a single-axis solar tracker supplier, to SEIA’s board of directors. “NEXTracker is a globally recognized company with a [Read More]
Hopper joins the group after leading the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.
The U.S. solar industry installed almost 2 MW of PV every hour during the third quarter, according to a new report.
By not passing the utility-backed Amendment 1, Sunshine State voters have indicated their support of solar for the second time this year.