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International PV manufacturer, Canadian Solar, has opened a micro-grid testing centre in Ontario.
A small fire broke out at REC Solar’s manufacturing facilities in Tuas, Singapore this morning.
Tracking system engineering firm Exosun has signed a deal with renewable energy company Fonroche Energie to provide 12MW of trackers and related services to the ‘Le Betout’ solar plant located in south-west France.
Powerway Renewable Energy is building a major stake in local manufacturing in South Africa and using the base to expand business opportunities across the African continent.
Portuguese PV developer Martifer Solar has set its sights on new markets oversees by opening a new office in El Salvador.
PV developer OCI Solar Power’s 4.4MW Texas solar farm, Alamo 2, has officially begun generating power, officials say.
Bosch has said that its PV module assembly plant in Vénissieux, France is near being sold as talks with an unidentified potential investor were described as having reached “an advanced stage”.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced its support for new legislation presented in the Massachusetts State Senate and House of Representatives that would permit public and private distributed generation (DG) projects to continue, while also expanding the solar energy industry across the state.
GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) has secured a major US$336 million polysilicon equipment and technology deal with Cosmos Chemicals Berhad as part of plans to build a 25,000MT integrated polysilicon plant in Sarawak, Malaysia.
Solar power production in California hit a new record on 8 March 2014, as output peaked at 4,093MW.
International module manufacturer, Upsolar, has announced the establishment of two new offices in Istanbul and Singapore.
PV producer Canadian Solar has officially opened the doors of a new module factory in London, Ontario.
Indian PV manufacturer Indosolar has asked to have its debt restructured because it says low equipment prices mean it is unable to make a profit.
Module manufacturer SOLON will shut its Berlin headquarters and relocate to the UAE, it has announced.
Duke Energy’s subsidiary, Duke Energy Renewables, has acquired two 20MW PV projects in California from renewable energy developer Infigen Energy.