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:: Contracts for a total of 44.4 MW for Turkey awarded by new customers

+ 21.06.2014 + Local component production ensuring higher feed-in tariffs.

:: Trina Solar Announces Supply of 23MW of Modules to Linuo Solar Power's Distributed Generation (DG) Solar Project in China

+ 20.06.2014 + Trina Solar Limited announced it was selected to supply 23MW of PV modules to Linuo Solar Power Co., Ltd. distributed generation ("DG") solar project located in China's Shandong province.

:: Admirals Bank and SunPower Partnership Announces $200 Million Loan Funding Program for Residential Solar Systems

+ 19.06.2014 + Preferred Lower Interest Rates Available to Qualified SunPower Customers.

:: Solar Returns Declining as Investor Interest Seen Rising

+ 18.06.2014 + Pension fund managers are investing more in solar energy, undeterred by declining returns because the industry is considered a safe alternative to traditional securities such as government bonds.

:: Hillary Rodham Clinton "Hard Choices"

+ 17.06.2014 + Hillary Rodham Clinton’s inside account of the crises, choices, and challenges she faced during her four years as America’s 67th Secretary of State, and how those experiences drive her view of the future.

:: Apparent pause in global warming blamed on 'lousy' data

+ 17.06.2014 + European Space Agency scientist says annual sea level rises since 1993 indicate that warming has continued unabated.

:: At the IPCC

+ 16.06.2014 + The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recognises that climate change is a moral problem or, to use its cautious language, it ‘raises ethical issues’.

:: Romania and Lithuania overtake China in photovoltaics

+ 14.06.2014 + In the new SolarSuperState Ranking 2014, Romania and Lithuania overtake China regarding the cumulative installed power photovoltaics per capita.

:: Europe Poised for Hot Weather as Solar May Be Record

+ 12.06.2014 + Europe faces hotter-than-usual weather through August as German solar-energy production is set to advance to a record, potentially driving power prices lower.

:: Connecting dead ends increases power grid stability

+ 10.06.2014 + Climate change mitigation strategies such as the German Energiewende require linking vast numbers of new power generation facilities to the grid.

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