Project Focus

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  • Parowan, Utah

    104MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 03 January 2015, 00:05

    Norwegian PV power services company Scatec Solar has closed financing on a 104MW project in Parowan, Utah — with approximately US$188 million set to be invested in its construction.

  • Chihuahua State, Mexico

    30MW, , Announced | 01 January 2015, 00:40

    A 30MW PV plant in Chihuahua State, Mexico, is morphing into a reality, as the Mexican subsidiary of Spanish developer Dhamma Energy earned an electricity generation permit for the project.

  • Waldorf, Maryland

    12.9MW, , Announced | 01 January 2015, 00:34

    A subsidiary of Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)’s Solar Source has acquired a 12.9MW PV plant from Colorado-based solar generator, juwi.

  • Chiba Prefecture, Japan

    13.4MW, , Announced | 01 January 2015, 00:24

    Kyocera Corporation is on pace to develop a 13.4MW floating solar power plant in Japan, which the company claims will be the world’s largest floating solar project once complete.

  • Cochise County, Arizona

    18MW, Ground Mounted, Completed | 01 January 2015, 00:16

    German utility E.ON has successfully completed a 18MW solar farm at the US Army’s Fort Huachuca in Cochise County, Arizona.

  • Taylor County, Georgia

    131MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 01 January 2015, 00:11

    Southern Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company, is on pace to develop a 131MW PV plant in Georgia, which will sell its energy to three electric membership companies within the state.

  • Kibbutz Ketura, Israel

    40MW, Ground Mounted, Under Construction | 01 January 2015, 00:02

    China PV developer ET Solar has started work on a 40MW PV plant in Israel.

  • Choluteca, Honduras

    61MW, Ground Mounted, Under Construction | 31 December 2014, 23:39

    Construction has commenced on a 61MW PV power plant in Choluteca, Honduras.

  • Ningxia, China

    30.6MW, , Under Construction | 31 December 2014, 23:12

    PV manufacturer LDK Solar has agreed to a new supply deal with EPC company Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region Electric Power Design Institute.

  • San Luis de la Paz, Mexico

    37.4MW , Ground Mounted, Announced | 31 December 2014, 18:20

    A 37.4MW PV plant scheduled to be built in San Luis de la Paz, Guanajuato State, Mexico, has been given the final seal of approval for construction from the Mexican government.

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