With nearly half of the world's solar energy demand, India and China will be key to a solar stock recovery next year.
Some solar companies are well positioned for the future, despite near-term challenges.
Required rates of return for solar projects are going up, and that's hitting solar developers on the bottom line.
A big vote is ahead for SolarCity, and a big project began construction in Brazil.
Whether solar energy has a good year ahead or not, First Solar is set up well to thrive.
Global industrial manufacturers are still off from their highs, but they've also rebounded from their lows.
NRG Energy is making a big move in solar, and earnings tell us a lot about what the future might look like.
For those who can stomach volatility and take a long view of a relatively young industry, solar stocks have considerable potential. Here's one solar ETF you should know about.
This week solar earnings season hits full swing, batteries get hot, and another manufacturer defaults on its debt.
Can Canadian Solar continue to be a solar power in 2016?