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The upcoming national renewable energy auction in Brazil has attracted 400 applications for PV plant development.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has lodged charges against a company that it claims sought to dupe investors into backing a non-existent solar plant joint venture.
One of the largest investor-owned utilities in the USA is looking to use a series of measures that are likely to include customer-side energy storage in order to stave off the need for US$1 billion worth of infrastructure investment.
Solar manufacturer and developer, SunPower has begun construction of a 135MW solar power plant.
Mission Solar Energy, formerly known as Nexolon America, a joint venture with Korean-owned OCI Solar Power and partner of Texas-based CPS Energy has started PV module production in June and expects N-type monocrystalline solar cell production to start in the early part of the third quarter of 2014.
The Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) released a new report on solar energy policy recommendations for the province of Alberta Monday.
The US Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Pacific has given a contract to Pacific Energy Solutions LLC for the procurement of energy generated from multiple renewable-energy projects.
The Brazilian government’s Energy Research Office (EPE) has announced a delay in the national energy auction.
China-based PV inverter manufacturer, Ginlong Technologies said its second generation transformerless Solis PV Inverter had recently achieved UL 1741 certification, enabling the product to be sold in the US.
Large-scale solar developer, SolarReserve, has signed a supply contract to sell power from a 20MW plant it is building in El Salvador.
All the reaction to the latest twist in the US-China solar trade dispute.
The US Department of Commerce (DoC) has announced preliminary antidumping duties of up to 165% on panels partially manufactured in China.
A project to build 65MW of solar power generation in Uruguay has successfully reached financial close.
SolarCity has confirmed details of a new US$201.5 million financing round secured against the revenues from a pool of smaller PV systems.
French battery manufacturer, Saft, has been awarded a contract to supply a lithium-ion battery system for use in a 12MW solar plant being built in Hawaii.