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PV mounting system provider Schletter announced that it provided its own Schletter Solar Tracker System FS Track-1 trackers for a 55MW PV plant in Israel.
PV manufacturer SolarWorld has supplied 8,448 of its 72-cell (315W) modules to CoServ Electric’s 2.7MW plant in north Texas, US.
UK-headquartered system integrator Solarcentury is to build what is expected to be the largest PV power plant to date in the Netherlands.
The Colorado Energy Office is set to dole out a grant of US$1.2 million to GRID Alternatives, the US’ largest non-profit solar installer, to develop a solar demonstration installation for low-income communities in Colorado.
The US subsidiary of Germany-based renewable energy firm Juwi has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the not-for-profit wholesale power supplier Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association for a 30MW PV project to be built in southern Colorado.
Canadian Solar has given its project pipeline a shot in the arm with the award of 185MW of capacity in Brazil.
Energy provider Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, has acquired a controlling interest in the 300MW Desert Stateline Facility from PV system provider First Solar.
Module installation at the 70MW Moree Solar Farm in Australia is in full swing, according to the supplier, JA Solar.
Hanwha Q CELLS has refinanced two solar farms in the UK totalling just over 45MW of capacity, signing a power purchase agreement (PPA) with EDF Energy for the electricity produced.
Global downstream PV player Conergy has emerged as another winner in Brazil’s latest national renewable energy auction, securing 60MW of capacity.
Solar power company Canadian Solar announced that its subsidiary — solar project developer Recurrent Energy —has signed off on an agreement with Southern Power in which Southern will take hold of a controlling interest in the 200MW Tranquillity Solar Power Project in California.
Renewable energy developer Cypress Creek Renewables is to invest more than US$20 million in two new projects in South Carolina as it looks to capitalise on the US state’s solar boom.
Indian solar market observers have downplayed the likely impact of a World Trade Organization ruling against local content policies in the country’s flagship solar programme.
Valley Electric Association (VEA), a nonprofit, member-owned electric cooperative, has announced plans to begin construction on a 15MW solar energy generation project in Pahrump, Nevada.
Solar power developer and operator Principal Solar, Inc. (PSI) has agreed to a deal to co-develop its first major solar project with partners from Entropy Investment Management.