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  • Sami Khorebi & Erik Voldner, Founding Partners, Enviromena

    PV Insider chats with founding Enviromena partners Sami Khoreibi and Erik Voldner on their experience and how the reduced cost of PV is providing a compelling economic case for its regional MENA roll-out.

  • Cool Earth Solar CEO Rob Lamkin

    Aside from its promising CPV business, Cool Earth develops and builds solar power plants for commercial and industrial settings, both on rooftops and on-ground plants. Cool Earth Solar CEO Rob Lamkin talks to us about the company's successful business model and the re-emerging promise of CPV.

  • Thin Film News Brief 23 July - 4 August

    Hanergy Solar to change name to Hanergy Thin Film Power Group

  • PV News Brief 23 July - 4 August

    Suntech establishes South Africa subsidiary

  • CPV News Brief 23 July - 4 August

    IQE’s advanced CPV business approaches qualification

  • Middle East players to meet with Indian solar companies at INDIASOL 2014

    Key developers and EPCs from the Middle East will be attending INDIASOL 2014 (8-9 October, New Delhi) to explain the opportunities for Indian solar companies to expand their business in the Middle East and discuss international partnerships for upcoming projects.

  • Smart cities: a smart niche for thin film?

    The creation of hundreds of smart cities across Asia might sound like a boon for thin-film-based building-integrated PV but experts remain doubtful of the niche’s potential.

  • Tough times may be ahead for thin-film PV in India as suspense remains

    India needs to firm its stance on issues, such as anti-dumping duties, and rather focus in the short-term on supporting research and a sustainable manufacturing environment to pave way for an apt technology mix for the solar sector.

  • Prism Solar: Breaking the glass ceiling

    Prism Solar has been a technology innovator in the solar and holographic fields since 2005. As the company approaches its 10th anniversary, it does so with the goal of making all glass parts on buildings solar powered.

  • The solar state of the union

    The mix of financial incentives for the solar industry in the US states vary widely, with causes both legislative and natural.

  • Thin Film News Brief 9 -22 July

    Stion completes 255kW single-axis tracking project

  • PV News Brief 9 –22 July

    Iberdrola close to completing Africa’s largest PV plant

  • CPV News Brief 9 - 22 July

    Fraunhofer achieves world-record CPV efficiency

  • India Solar 2014 Awards now open for nomination

    The nominations for CSP Today/PV Insider’s INDIASOL 2014 Awards are officially open. The CSP and PV communities can now nominate their desired solar companies in India to win an INDIASOL 2014 Award.

  • The power of ‘glocal’ PV projects

    When a solar module maker and EPC specialist bags projects in its home market, they are not the only one celebrating. Locally "made" projects often equate to local jobs, which is a much welcome strategy for markets, such as the US and Europe. And possibly now India.

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