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SolarCity is to offer business customers an energy storage unit option using technology from electric car manufacturer Tesla.
Distributed generation (DG) projects expected to be completed in 2013 by SunEdison have received further financial support from asset-based financing firm, De Lage Landen, a subsidiary of Rabobank Group.
Alterra Power Corp, a renewable energy company headquartered in British Columbia, Canada, has sold a 10% stake in a 50MW solar power plant in Ontario to a consortium headed by Fiera Axium Infrastructure.
A month after announcing a sapphire substrate manufacturing agreement with consumer electronics giant, Apple, GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) is planning to raise over US$125 million in a convertible bond.
Minnesota’s Department of Commerce has launched a PV incentive programme aimed at boosting the proportion of solar-generated electricity in the state.
Solar manufacturing and construction firm, Conergy, says it is close to selling its module factory in Frankfurt to PV manufacturer, Astronergy.
Canadian gold producer IamGold has announced that it will build a 5MW solar power plant at its Rosebel Gold Mine in Suriname, South America.
PV equipment specialist, Spire Corporation said that its founder, Roger G. Little would retire at the end of the year and serve only as chairman.
Renewable energy developer, Enel Green Power, has begun construction on a 36MW PV plant in Chile.
SunEdison is to build a 10MW array on Staten Island, the New York mayor’s office has confirmed.
The Brazilian state of Pernambuco is to host Brazil’s first solar-only energy tender auction on 20 December 2013.
Citing the fast pace of material developments for PV manufacturing, Heraeus’ Photovoltaics Business Unit is expanding its silver paste R&D capabilities at its site in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
Automobile manufacturer, SEAT, part of the Volkswagen group, has completed an 11MW PV project on the roof of its factory in Martorell, Spain.
US solar installer SolarCity will almost double its presence in California by opening 10 new operations centres in the state by the end of 2013.
Spanish module manufacturer Tamesol is reported to be planning a new 50MW production line at its facility in Girona, northern Spain.