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A project to build 65MW of solar power generation in Uruguay has successfully reached financial close.
China-based PVEP, Hareon Solar Technology Co has entered into a framework agreement with officials of Xingtai City, Hebei province, China to develop 600MW of distributed generation (DG) rooftop projects at a cost of 6 billion yuan (US$968.9 million).
French battery manufacturer, Saft, has been awarded a contract to supply a lithium-ion battery system for use in a 12MW solar plant being built in Hawaii.
Japanese thin-film manufacturer and project developer Solar Frontier is to build a 13MW PV plant close to the historic town of Hiraizumi.
PV energy provider, SunEdison, has acquired a 156MW solar power plant in the US state of Colorado.
Renewable energy infrastructure operator Ellomay Capital Ltd., has reached a deal to acquire three PV plants worth a total capacity of 5.6MW.
Energy company PSEG Solar Source has obtained a 3.6MW solar farm located in Burlington, Vermont, from juwi solar (JSI).
US-based utility and energy services provider, PowerSecure International has won approximately US$140 million of new distributed generation (DG) business.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is to begin construction of its 250MW Beacon Solar project.
Yingli Green is to supply 108,000 of its YGE 72 cell series modules to a 32MW PV power plant project to be built next year in Okayama, Japan.
US-based PV panel manufacturer First Solar confirmed that it has applied to build a PV plant in Chile - reported to be one of the largest projects ever built in South America.
Solar technology manufacturer SunEdison, Inc. has signed a 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA).
PV project developer, SPI Solar a majority owned subsidiary of bankrupt Cayman Island registered LDK Solar has sold a recently announced 50MW project to Xinyu Zhongzhi Guoxiang New Energy Electric Power Investment Development.
United Photovoltaics has completed the acquisition of a 20MW solar project in Qinghai province, China.
China-based PVEP, Shunfeng Photovoltaic International (SF-PV) said it expected to report a profit for the first six months of 2014, primarily due to the increased solar cell sales coming from its manufacturing subsidiary, Wuxi Suntech Power Co.