Project Focus

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  • Ouarzazate Province, Morocco

    350MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 04 December 2014, 02:28

    The African Development Bank Group and the Clean Technology Fund have announced grants totaling US$216 million for Phase II of the Ouarzazate solar project in Ouarzazate Province, Morocco.

  • Canton, Michigan

    240kW, Commercial Rooftop, Announced | 03 December 2014, 21:34

    Furnishing retailer IKEA has announced plans to expand a rooftop PV installation on top of its store in Canton, Michigan.

  • 8minutenergy Renewable solar farm

    Imperial County, California

    30MW, , Announced | 26 November 2014, 12:05

    PV developers 8minutenergy Renewables and Gestamp Solar have signed a 25-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Imperial Irrigation District (IID) for the electricity generated from their planned 30MW Midway III solar farm in California.

  • Yungli Solar factory

    Cestas, France

    300MW, , Announced | 24 November 2014, 16:07

    China’s Yingli Solar is to be a key module supplier for the 300MW solar project being built in France that is on course to become Europe’s largest PV power plant.

  • Conergy in the Philippines

    Negros, Philippines

    41MW, , Announced | 24 November 2014, 15:54

    PV developer and engineering, procurement and construction firm, Conergy, has won a contract to build 41MW of solar in the Philippines as the country continues to progress with its PV roll-out.

  • Smart Energy and Yingli Green

    Kawagoe, Japan

    7.5MW, , Announced | 20 November 2014, 16:04

    Yingli Green will supply panels to the world’s largest floating PV plant, a 7.5MW power station in Japan, according to the Japanese company behind the project.

  • Namibia solar project

    Namibia, Africa

    4.5MW, , Under Construction | 20 November 2014, 09:22

    Namibia in southern Africa is expected to see its first large-scale PV plant come online early next year following a ground-breaking ceremony last week.

  • Jordan PV

    Aqaba, Jordan

    10MW, , Announced | 20 November 2014, 09:16

    Global module manufacturer, Trina Solar has made an agreement with Jordan-based solar energy supplier, Shamsuna to construct a 10MW solar power plant.

  • Sukagawa City, Japan

    22MW, Ground Mounted, Announced | 18 November 2014, 23:12

    SPI Solar Japan G.K., a subsidiary of PV developer SPI Solar, has come to terms on a deal to acquire a 22MW PV project in Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.

  • China Continential

    Hefei, China

    6.1MW, Commercial Rooftop, Announced | 18 November 2014, 12:29

    Tyre manufacturer Continental will install a 6.1MW rooftop PV system at its factory in Hefei, China.

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