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Leading Chinese polysilicon and wafer manufacturer GCL-Poly is to abandon plans for the US$1.3 billion sale of its wafer business.
Renewable energy developer, Enel Green Power’s French subsidiary has been sold to Québec-based power producer, Boralex.
Virgin tycoon Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room and sustainability expert Amory Lovins’ Rocky Mountain Institute are set to merge, in an effort to scale up their respective operations in the fight against climate change.
Solar technology manufacturer SunEdison has announced that it has raised US$117 million for its second fund for generation projects in the US with Barclays and Citi.
Production systems supplier Amtech Systems has generated over US$28 million in orders — including US$21 million in purchases for its solar materials — since 1 October 2014.
Québec-based power producer, Boralex has made an offer to acquire Enel Green Power’s French subsidiary.
Juwi has secured a new €300 million (US$377 million) finance package, clearing a key hurdle for its proposed takeover by MVV Energie.
A Chinese billionaire and one of the countries’ leading sportswear brands have invested US$140 million in project developer, SPI Solar.
Global solar developer, SunEdison, has closed a US$146 million debt facility to build 81.7MW of solar in the Central American country, Honduras.
Global PV module manufacturer, Hanwha SolarOne’s Qidong, Jiangsu subsidiary has been given a US$23 million loan.
The existing management of insolvent German PV project developer S.A.G. Solarstrom are set to leave the company by the end of the year, after failing to agree terms with China-based PVEP Shunfeng, which recently concluded the acquisition of the company.
German wind and solar operator Capital Stage has acquired a 50.8MW portfolio of solar farms in France.
Spanish renewable energy developer Abengoa SA will increase the rate at which it will sell off shares in of its yield co subsidiary in an effort to raise at least US$200 million.
Eco solutions installer Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company has invested in alternative energy group Coronal Group LLC.
SolarCity, the largest residential installer in the US, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch have set up a US$400 million fund to finance PV projects over the course of the next year.