Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Solar Power International's hottest stories

Solar Power International 2010 kicked off this week in Los Angeles, CA. Photovoltaics World, with sister publications and, is covering the show with everything from keynote summaries, analysts' takes on ECD and ESLR, live interviews with executives at Skyline Solar, DEK Solar, Oerlikon Solar, and other top companies, to podcasts with Opel Solar, eIQ Energy, Solar Frontiers, and many more.

SPI notes: Inverter spotlight, updates on ECD, ESLR

Deutsche Bank analysts report from the first day of meetings at this week's Solar Power International (SPI) show in Los Angeles, where the early spotlight is on inverter suppliers, and updates from Energy Conversion Devices and Evergreen Solar.

Solar will be number-one power source in US: SEIA keynote from SPI

In the opening address to Solar Power International, taking place this week in Los Angeles, CA, Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), highlighted solar energy's triumphs and the work left to be done. Here are his main points.

SPI Day 1 notes: Demand strong, poly prices spiking

Two key themes emerging from meetings with a Credit Suisse analyst at this week's Solar Power International (SPI) in Los Angeles involve two things on the rise: PV installations in 2H10, and polysilicon pricing.

Solar Power International: Off to a good start
Oliver Janssen, CEO of eIQ Energy, blogs from this week's Solar Power International show in Los Angeles, where there's some buzz about a possible watershed moment for the balance-of-systems (BoS) sector of the solar industry.


1MW installed solar power translates to 100-200 new jobs: A chat with Opel Solar
Opel Solar opens up about its wireless network controller, next-gen HCPV solar
BoS costs target of eIQ parallel system design
AZ schools gain 18MW solar power
Solar Frontier gears up for 1GW capacity every 2 years
Genesis of Sedona Energy Labs InteliTrack: Energy conservation and cost
Are revenue streams replacing incentives as PV project drivers?

Also visit the Photovoltaics World homepage at to watch the video interviews with solar executives, posted from the tradeshow in Los Angeles.

Are you attending Solar Power International? Let us know what you think of the show, the speakers, the products, etc., in the Comments section.

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