Project Focus

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  • Largentière, France

    12MW, Ground Mounted, Completed | 30 October 2014, 14:13

    Financial company Caisse des Dépôts and renewable energy developer Compagnie Nationale du Rhône (CNR) have completed a 12MW PV plant in Southern France.

  • SunEdison in Chile

    SunEdison in Chile

    69.5MW, , Announced | 30 October 2014, 14:11

    SunEdison has agreed a US$130 million non-recourse debt financing deal with CorpBanca and BBVA to construct a 69.5MW solar power plant in Chile. This is the first arrangement where commercial banks are the sole debt provider for a Chilean solar project.

  • Las Vegas, Nevada

    6.4MW, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 30 October 2014, 14:09

    PV developer NRG Energy and MGM Resorts International have successfully installed a 6.4MW rooftop array on top of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.

  • New Jersey Public Service Electric and Gas Company

    New Jersey, USA

    New Jersey energy company, PSE&G, began construction on an 11.18MW solar farm atop an old landfill., , Under Construction | 29 October 2014, 15:53

    New Jersey’s Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) began construction on its largest solar project to date, amounting to 11.18MW, atop the Kinsley Landfill in New Jersey, which has been closed since 1987.

  • Windiga Energy in Africa

    Burkina Faso, Africa

    20MW, , Announced | 28 October 2014, 12:26

    Windiga Energy announced last week that the company had agreed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the National Electricity Company of Burkina Faso (SONABEL) for a 20MW photovoltaic plant in Zina, Mouhoun in the West African country Burkina Faso.

  • Riverhead, New York

    9.1MW , Commercial Rooftop, Under Construction | 23 October 2014, 22:36

    Solar power installer Borrego Solar and renewable energy provider sPower have started construction on a solar project in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.

  • Tahara City, Japan

    56MW, Commercial Rooftop, Completed | 23 October 2014, 22:30

    A conglomerate of companies have wrapped up construction on a 56MW hybrid solar and wind farm in Tahara City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

  • Pembrokeshire, Wales

    37.8MW, Ground Mounted, Completed | 23 October 2014, 22:26

    German developer ib vogt GmbH and UK manufacturer Solafields have successfully completed a 37.8MW PV plant in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

  • Somerset, UK

    8.7MW, Ground Mounted, Under Construction | 23 October 2014, 22:16

    ET Solutions AG, a subsidiary of ET Solar Energy Corporation, has commenced construction on a 8.7MW PV project in the United Kingdom.

  • Borrego Solar and sPower

    Riverhead, New York

    9.1MWd, , Under Construction | 22 October 2014, 09:34

    Borrego Solar and sPower have begun construction on their third solar project in New York’s Suffolk County, which will have a generating capacity of 9.1MWd/6.3MWac.

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