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The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is meeting today to consider proposals to change customer electricity rates, in a way that could hamper the popularity of rooftop solar in the state.
The Brazilian State of Pernambuco is considering launching a second solar energy auction after a number of delays to the winning projects from its first auction, according to local reports.
Texas-based developer Principal Solar has postponed plans to float on the NASDAQ stock exchange citing “market conditions”.
US crystalline-silicon solar manufacturer SolarWorld has struck up a partnership with Bank of the West that will help finance commercial-scale solar projects.
GTM Research has pointed out that Advanced Energy, which this week revealed that it will finally exit the inverter business, was the third highest ranking supplier in the US last year, leaving competitors to fight over the company’s significant share of the market.
South Korean module manufacturer S-Energy Co has secured a 25MW module supply deal with project developer & EPC, juwi for projects in New Mexico.
US residential solar company Sunrun has announced it will offer US$111 million worth of bonds secured against cashflow from its residential portfolio.
American utility Southern Company’s largest subsidiary, Georgia Power, has launched a residential solar service.
PV inverter manufacturer Advanced Energy Industries (AE) has decided after more than a six month review to finally exit the sector and focus on its semiconductor business.
Clean energy provider SolarCity’s Homebuilder Program has now expanded its services to include energy services for new homes and fixed-rate solar power deals for California homebuilders and other customers.
US residential solar company Sunrun has announced a multi-year partnership with the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB) — noting that the company will establish a presence at the team’s stadium, Petco Park, during the 2015 season.
Renewable energy could actually add more stability to electricity networks rather than hampering it, as the grid evolves toward greater levels of distributed generation, Enphase CEO Paul Nahi has said.
Korea-based PV module manufacturer S-Energy Co has had a new multicrystalline 1,500V module certified by UL for the US market.
Single axis PV tracker specialist NEXTracker has secured its second largest supply contract from US-based EPC firm, Blattner Energy.
Project developer Solar Reserve has refused to be drawn on speculation about its future after it emerged at an industry event that it was looking for an investor.