Projects

January 12, 2011
Spanish solar panel manufacturer, Isofoton, has revealed plans to install solar power units at 300 schools in Rwanda, Africa. The project will cost the Málaga-based company an approximate cost of €5.8 million (US$7.5 million).
January 11, 2011
KDC Solar will be collaborating with United Stationers Supply and The Sudler Companies for the development of a 3.25MW roof-mounted solar system at United Stationers Cranbury, New Jersey distribution center. KDC will design, install, own and operate the solar installation, which is anticipated to generate around 3,450,000kWh of electricity every year. The installation is set to begin construction early this year and be fully operational before year end.
January 10, 2011
Southern California Edison (SCE) has signed power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV) for four Californian projects. The installations in Los Angeles and Kern counties will be owned, financed, developed and operated by FRV and are expected to generate 120MW of energy.
January 10, 2011
In the fast-track to become integrated PV manufacturer’s, major U.S.-based firms such as First Solar, Sunpower, and SunEdison are rapidly closing on major PV project developers from Germany, according to a recent survey from market research firm IMS Research.
January 10, 2011
SunPower has signed a power purchase agreement with Southern California Edison (SCE) to build and operate three plants with a total capacity of 711MW in California. The 325MW and 276MW facilities in Rosamond and 110MW Los Banos plant will all use SunPower’s 425-watt panels, T0 Tracker and Oasis power block.
January 10, 2011
CNPV marked the end of 2010 by unveiling its largest Chinese project to date. The 7MW plant in Dongying, Shandong Province, which cost an estimated US$25 million, was officially opened on December 29, 2010 at a ceremony attended by dignitaries including Dongying’s mayor, Li Jinkun.
January 10, 2011
IBC Solar has sold its 11.2MW facility in Manzano, Italy to Allianz Specialised Investments. With 47,000 polycrystalline and 3,600 thin-film hybrid modules, the Udine-based park is one of IBC’s largest developments and was connected to the grid on December 7, 2010.
January 10, 2011
Development of a 100MW solar facility in New South Wales, Australia has been given the green light by the state’s government. The plant, which is a joint venture between Infigen Energy and Suntech Australia, is to be based in the town of Nyngan and is likely to cost around AUS$300 million.
January 7, 2011
PV julist and juwi have finished work on a 7.4MW rooftop installation at Goodyear Dunlop’s logistics centre in Philippsburg, Germany. The system is the world’s third-largest roof array and has the capacity to generate 7.3 million kWh of electricity every year.
January 7, 2011
Sky Solar has signed an agreement with the Brazilian city of Sobral to build a 3MW PV plant. Construction work on the project is scheduled to start some time in 2011.

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