Asia Pacific is all set to become solar champions in the second half of 2014. China and Japan continue the unabated construction of solar projects, but other than these two countries others like India, Thailand and Australia are expected to be large contributors. according to a research by NPD Solarbuzz, Asia Pacific will account 60% […]

Solar energy is getting affordable by each passing day and it is now being argued that owning solar energy system is more beneficial than leasing it. Many builders now offer a built in solar system with their properties. Why we argue in favor of owning a solar energy system Lease agreements are long term contracts […]

Hanwha Solar Q2 2014 Results Hanwha Solar (HSOL) is a vertically integrated solar company in China. HSOL had a production capacity of 800 MW for ingot and wafer, 1.3 GW for cell and 1.5 GW for modules, as on June 30, 2014. The company gave a decent set of Q2 2014 results. The shipments went […]

Google invests in another Solar Energy venture Google (GOOG) is all set to invest in another solar energy venture. This time to help SunEdison (SUNE). The deal envisages an equity financing of $ 145 million to SunEdison’s Regulus PV project, which is an 82 MW large utility scale project. The project is currently under construction […]

Why is SCTY a Short? SolarCity(SCTY) is a systems installer company in the US, which it either sells or lease to its customers. The company gave good revenues in the last quarter and was successful in increasing its customer base. However the company’s main area of business is in residential segment and that too concentrates […]

JASO Q2 2014 Results JA Solar (JASO) announced a good set of Q2 2014 results. The company was successful in achieving an increase in all its components – revenues and profits. Total shipments for Q2 2014 were 681.8 MW anĀ  increases of 47 % on a yearly basis and 6.8% on a quarterly basis. Total […]