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Portugal-based Martifer Solar has completed the construction of two PV plants in Romania totalling 5.41MWp.
Indian company ACME Group has signed an agreement with Samsung SDI to produce lithium-ion batteries for use in applications including solar power systems in India and Africa.
Construction has begun on a 1.3MW concentrator PV (CPV) plant in Alcoutim, southern Portugal.
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.
Project developer China Merchants New Energy has conditionally agreed to acquire 300MW of PV projects in China from leading module supplier Yingli.
The National Bank of Canada will provide Canadian Solar with short-term project financing for one its PV power plant projects to be built in Ontario, Canada.
PV cell manufacturer, Jinko Solar has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Lingwu City government for a 200MW solar plant.
Canadian gold producer IamGold has announced that it will build a 5MW solar power plant at its Rosebel Gold Mine in Suriname, South America.
German PV rooftop installer, Centrosolar, has completed the installation of 190,000 PV modules across rooftops in France.
PV manufacturer Goldpoly New Energy Holdings has signed a framework agreement to acquire an 80% stake in 195MW of photovoltaic (PV) plants in China.
Renewable energy project operator Juwi’s South African arm has been selected as engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the 86MW ‘Mulilo Sonnedix Prieska’ solar park in South Africa.
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.
Automobile manufacturer, SEAT, part of the Volkswagen group, has completed an 11MW PV project on the roof of its factory in Martorell, Spain.
Duke Energy’s subsidiary, Duke Energy Renewables, has started construction on 30MW of solar projects in North Carolina.