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The Latin American solar market ushered in 625MW of projects and grew at an annual rate of 370% in 2014, according to the recently released “Q4 2014 Latin American PV Playbook” from GTM Research.
Major photovoltaic energy provider Canadian Solar has updated its ‘late-stage’ PV project pipeline heading into 2015.
International PV manufacturer and EPC firm, Hanwha Q CELLS, is to build a 6.5MW power plant in Gloucestershire, England, after acquiring the project from developer, Green Hedge Group.
Developer China WindPower Group is to build a 20MW PV project in Tibet, according to a statement made to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
French CPV module manufacturer Heliotrop and Portugese CPV module and solar tracker distributor Magpower are set to team up to form a new European conglomerate within the CPV industry.
Electronics manufacturer Panasonic has signed off on a distribution deal with Netherlands-based PV product distributor Libra Energy.
Renewable energy provider sPower has signed a non-exclusive joint development deal with power developer Hecate Energy that will see sPower purchase nearly 162MW of projects.
Spanish engineering firm and power electronics manufacturer Ingeteam is to design a CSP power plant with thermal storage in Qinghai province, China.
During his speech at the US-India Business Council Summit, US President Barack Obama revealed a series a initiatives to boost trade and investments in India, including nearly US$2 billion in capital for renewable energy projects in India.
Solar energy finance and investment firm Sol Systems is set to deploy over US$200 million in capital to finance at least 150MW of projects.
GCL New Energy Holdings has guided plans to build 2GW of PV power plant projects in China in 2015, increasing by 500MW per annum to reach planned installations of 3GW in 2017.
Utility Florida Power and Light (FPL) will build 225MW of solar generation capacity and has signalled that the economics of PV has passed a major milestone in its service area.
The African Development Bank is to back a 72MW PV project in Cameroon, pushing the country’s solar pipeline close to 200MW.
Chilean authorities have received plans for an ambitious 600MW PV plant project which could be connected to a 300MW pumped hydro energy storage plant, from developer Valhalla Energy.
Qatar is close to opening a long-awaited tender for 200MW of solar power capacity, according to local media reports.