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Major tier-one PV manufacturer, JinkoSolar, is to supply distributor, Almacen Sustentable (AS Solar) in Mexico with 7MW of modules.
Major PV energy provider SunEdison is forming a joint venture with Brazil’s largest renewable energy company, Renova Energia S.A. to build 1GW of PV power plant projects in Brazil.
New utility solar installations in the US so far this year are down 31% on last year, according to the country’s Federal Electricity Regulatory Commission (FERC).
The US is well within reach of a goal of sourcing 10% of its electricity needs from solar within 15 years, according to a coalition of environmental groups in the US.
Residential solar service provider Sunnova announced that it has gained an additional US$250 million in funding, which it will use to help provide PV energy to more customers across the US.
SolarCity has agreed to a deal with retailer Walmart that will see the clean energy provider install PV projects at stores across 36 states over the next four years.
Brazil’s Energy Research Company (EPE) announced this week 179 solar power projects, totalling 4.872GW are to bid for tenders in the upcoming national A-5 energy auction.
JinkoSolar has said it could float its planned yield co in either the US or Hong Kong.
After adjustments to its IPO pricing, Hong Kong based PV project developer, Sky Solar Holdings has listed on the NASDAQ stock market, providing US$46.1 million in net proceeds.
Global module manufacturer, SolarWorld, and micro inverter manufacturer, Enphase Energy have formed a partnership.
PV energy provider Canadian Solar will supply solar developer and EPC provider SolAmerica Energy with 5.1MW of modules in order to power a group of PV projects in Georgia.
The New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC), Solar Energy Business Association of New England (SEBANE), Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar have come together to form a coalition that will work with Massachusetts government and other key players in order to further advance the state’s PV market.
Six wind and solar projects in Mexico, including 105MW of solar, could be purchased by US renewable energy and energy efficiency company Blue Earth, it was announced yesterday.
As many as five law firms are investigating whether or not Vivint Solar breached any securities laws in the run up to its initial public offering.
Argentina has seen the connection of what is said to be the country’s second utility-scale PV power plant.