Slowdown in Wind Power Wind Power growth has slowed down quite a bit by 10% in the first half of 2012. The major reason for the slowdown is the 30% fall in growth in the world’s biggest wind market of China. Note China has been adding wind turbines at a nosebleed rate in the last […]

First Solar stock has been on a roll in recent times and has doubled in a short span from its all time lows. This is in sharp contrast to other solar energy stocks especially the big Chinese ones which continue to make new all times lows. Many of the them like JA Solar, LDK, Suntech […]

The biggest solar inverter company SMA Solar gave a startling forecast of an annual loss in 2013 catching the investors by surprise. Note greenworldinvestor has already predicted that SMA Solar faces dire problems as its loses market share and margins to low priced Chinese competition. Will SMA Solar Die like Q-Cells and Centrotherm as Chinese […]

Nosebleed – Solar Cells Prices now at a stunning low of 35c/watt (Believe it or not they were selling at more than $3/watt in 2008) Japanese Solar Boom continues 3rd Party Financing – To do or Not To do ( by Greentechmedia) Solar Panels ASP went down by 15% CAGR and Demand up by 60% […]

Electric Vehicles Electric Vehicles as an Industry is having severe growing pains with a number of EV producers like Think, Smith and others running into severe financial problems. Battery makers like A123 Systems, Valence Technology are facing survival questions as well, as their main customers the EV producers fail to generate significant volumes. Now Battery […]

WE SHOULD withdraw our money from banks and invest in community solar projects, according to a top energy expert. Reza Shaybani, chairman of the British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) said the UK should take a leaf out of Europe’s book when it comes to investing, and reap the rewards of the high return on investment (ROI) […]