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PV module manufacturer Hanwha SolarOne has agreed to terms on a deal with O2 Energies to provide 17MW of PV modules for three solar projects in North Carolina.
PV installer Borrego Solar and renewable energy provider sPower have begun construction on a solar installation in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.
TuNur, a 2GW concentrated solar power (CSP) project along the same lines as the original Desertec Industrial Initiative (Dii) plan, said the idea for Middle East and North African solar energy exports into Europe is still a valid and needed venture.
ET Solar Energy has supplied 5MW of polycrystalline photovoltaic modules to a mining operation in Suriname.
US independent power producer, sPower has completed a 34MW solar power plant in California.
The Hami concentrator PV plant in China has entered its second phase, according to manufacturer Soitec and developer Focusic New Energy Holding.
Renewable energy group, Enel Green Power (EGP) has begun construction of a 19MW solar power plant in Chile.
EPC firm Jinko Power, a subsidiary of major PV manufacturer, JinkoSolar is teaming with the government of Shicheng County, Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province to develop 200MW of PV projects over a 4-year period.
Global EPC firm SPI Solar (SPI) has secured the land and project development rights for a 6MW project in Susami City, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan scheduled to begin construction next month.
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.
California-based 8minutenergy Renewables has been given the go ahead for its 135MW Redwood Solar Farms PV projects in Kern County, California.
ET Solutions AG began construction on a ground-mounted PV project with 8.7MW capacity in Somerset, UK.
Solaria signed PPAs for two state-organised solar projects in Uruguay with a potential capacity of 20MWp.
The first two projects in Etrion and Hitachi Hi-Tech’s 300MW Japanese utility-scale pipeline have begun construction, with a combined generation capacity of 34MW.
Xinyu Xinwei New Energy Co, the Chinese subsidiary of US-listed project developer, SPI Solar has signed an EPC deal with Inner Mongolia Jingzhaolai Energy to build a 20MW PV power plant before the end of 2014.