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  1. Array Technologies awarded damages in Exosun patent case
    Array Technologies has been awarded more than US$1 million in damages and royalties on future sales of Exosun trackers that infringe one of its patents.
  2. Bifacial bankability metrics need to shift from module maker to mounting provider
    With the multi to mono transition largely a fait accompli in the PV industry, the buzzword for 2019 will certainly be on bifaciality. This has been brewing for some years, but the sheer weight of capacity and production will finally impact on large-scale utility solar in ways most appear to be grossly unprepared for.
  3. ACC and Jiangsu Dahang Microgrid Technology to develop 200MW of solar in China
    C&I rooftop solar specialist Asia Clean Capital (ACC) has partnered with Jiangsu Dahang Microgrid Technology to co-develop a 200MW solar pipeline in Mainland China.
  4. TUV Rheinland supporting transition to Industry 4.0 in China
    TUV Rheinland has hosted a delegation from China at its officials at the headquarters of TUV Rheinland Academy in Cologne, Germany that will support a strategic cooperation framework agreement for the Sino-German Industry 4.0 Demonstration and Training Center project.
  5. ROUND UP: Projects announced in London, New Jersey, and Vietnam
    A range of diverse projects both regionally and in scale have been announced, which includes a 23.5MW PV project in New Jersey, 1.5MW of rooftop projects in London, UK and a total of 98MW in Binh Thuan and Long An Provinces, Vietnam.
  6. Taiwan solar 2.0: a rare case of government truly aligned with the domestic sector
    For all intents and purposes, 2018 may be remembered as the year that Taiwanese solar manufacturing moved from its former cell-making glory days of the past (Taiwan solar 1.0) to adjust to the new reality as defined by China’s bulldozing annihilation of cash-struck overseas manufacturing regions in recent times.
  7. No ‘supply crunch’ as result of US inverter tariffs
    The fresh tariffs placed on Chinese solar inverters are unlikely to create major procurement challenges or have serious implications for those manufacturing in China.
  8. India’s top three solar module suppliers on the future of Mono
    While India’s solar market is still heavily weighted on the lowest possible costs, the price difference between monocrystalline and polycrystalline PV module technologies is beginning to fade. PV Tech caught up with major module suppliers at the REI Expo in Greater Noida, India, to discuss the future of Mono in this heavyweight global market.
  9. Jolywood to supply 40,000 PV modules for solar plant in Netherlands
    N-type bifacial solar cell developer Jolywood has signed off on a module supply agreement with Zonnepark Rilland BV in the Netherlands for a renewable energy project in Rotterdam that will be developed by Cooperation Unisun Energy.
  10. Standard Solar to develop 38MW community solar pipeline in New York
    Standard Solar is developing a 38MW community solar pipeline in New York through the acquisition of six projects from US Light Energy, formerly known as Solitude Solar.