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A 30MW PV plant in Chihuahua State, Mexico has moved a step closer to construction, with the Mexican subsidiary of Spanish developer Dhamma Energy receiving an electricity generation permit for the project.
The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom) has urged the US to consider alternative solutions to its ongoing solar trade dispute following the final determination of trade duties yesterday.
The US Department of Commerce has announced duties of up to 165% on Chinese modules, and as high as 50% for some top producers.
Solar technology manufacturer SunEdison has announced that it has raised US$117 million for its second fund for generation projects in the US with Barclays and Citi.
The US department of commerce makes final ruling in China solar trade case giving some firms rates of 165%.
A Chinese billionaire and one of the countries’ leading sportswear brands have invested US$140 million in project developer, SPI Solar.
Construction has begun on a 61MW solar power plant in Honduras.
SunPower has invested US$20 million into energy management software firm Tendril.
Global solar developer, SunEdison, has closed a US$146 million debt facility to build 81.7MW of solar in the Central American country, Honduras.
Global solar developer, SunEdison, is to supply 570GWh of solar-generated power to the grid in Chile by 2017.
The fortunes of distributed solar in New York have received a boost after its Public Service Commission agreed to raise the cap on net metering in the state.
An Italian firm, ECOS, has signed an agreement to build what is expected to be Argentina’s largest PV plant when completed, a 30MW project in the region of La Riojas.
A 37.4MW solar power plant has received final approval for construction from the Mexican government.
Solar monitoring and PV data analytics platform provider Locus Energy has accumulated over 50,000 installations and is nearing 1GW of capacity.
Eco solutions installer Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company has invested in alternative energy group Coronal Group LLC.