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Renewable energy group, Enel Green Power (EGP) has begun construction of a 19MW solar power plant in Chile.
Struggling PV project developer juwi has sold a majority holding in the company to German utility MVV Energie for an undisclosed sum.
The Chapter 11 bankruptcy of GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) has led to the US NASDAQ stock market stopping trading of its shares today.
Major PV energy provider SunEdison has struck a major deal with China-based private equity firm, JIC Capital, a subsidiary of Central HuiJin Investment to fund the development and construction of PV power plant projects in China totalling 1GW over the next three years.
Global solar energy provider, SunEdison, has reaffirmed its support for the UK market, despite uncertainties over how future support arrangements for large-scale PV will play out.
Leading installer SolarCity is planning to launch what would be the first registered public offering of solar bonds in the US.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is to lend US$100 million toward ACME Solar Energy’s India project plans.
UK-based investor, the John Laing Environmental Assets Group, has secured a US$80.5 million facility with global bank, HSBC, and Netherlands-based merchant bank, NIBC.
Chinese PV manufacturer Suntech will debut its latest financial offering at Solar Energy UK (SEUK) following a partnership with German-based youmex group.
The government of the Northern Territory of Australia has teamed up with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency to fund AU$55 million in off-grid solar installations.
SunEdison’s yield co spin off, TerraForm Power, has acquired its first projects from a third party.
SolarCity, the largest US residential solar installer, could generate 50% of its revenue from its new direct loan approach to residential PV installations, according to investment firm, ROTH Capital.
The largest merchant solar cell producer, Neo Solar Power Corporation (NSP), reported a slight increase in sales for September, after three months of decline.
The NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF) will issue 250 million new shares as it looks to buy up a raft of projects in the UK before the closure of an existing support scheme.
US solar installer, SolarCity, and car manufacturer, Honda, have teamed up to offer US customers joint solar and electric vehicle services.