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Chinese wind power capacity grew to total nearly 61 GW in 2012 even as grid interconnections, curtailment, overcapacity and trade protectionism presented obstacles.

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According to new research from the NPD Solarbuzz Quarterly report, the Chinese end-market received 33% of global solar photovoltaic (PV) shipments in the fourth...

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SolarCity, one of the top solar providers in the US, is now attempting to make a splash in the energy-efficient homes market. The company...

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Toyota is moving and shaking in clean energy patents, leading green-tech patents for the third consecutive quarter. The US Patent and Trademark Office approved...

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US imports of silicon solar panels from China have dropped significantly this year with the imposition of unfair trade duties, but PV prices continued...

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California was the first, and now COSEIA's looking to add to the momentum that's spurred Colorado forward to a spot at the forefront of...

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  Yingli Green Energy is now the biggest global solar company in terms of annual solar panel manufacturing. PV-Tech noted recently that the Chinese...

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Now the world's largest energy consumer and producer of greenhouse gas emissions, the degree to which China can realize its renewable energy and sustainable...

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  One way you could tell where a market is headed is by looking at how well a top company in the industry is...

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  According to China Daily, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of the Chinese government has renewed subsidies for rooftop solar panel installations. Bloomberg.com writes: “Subsidies...

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  Apple Inc, the well-known manufacturer of phones, desktop, laptop, and tablet computers, has reportedly designed a unique energy storage system for wind energy. It...

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