Independent Power Producer (IPP) and developer Coronal Energy has completed 120MW for the US Department of Defense.
North American renewables investor Sammons Renewable Energy (SRE) has purchased a 194MW portfolio of utility-scale solar projects in North Carolina from developer Heelstone Energy Holdings.
D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESRI) has acquired a 40MW solar project which is still under construction in California from First Solar.
SolarEdge will live broadcast from its monitoring platform during the solar eclipse in the US.
Foresight Solar Fund, one of the UK’s largest solar asset holders, is casting its net as far as Australia and the US as it seeks to bolster its portfolio.
Clean energy development and financing company Empower Energies announced Tuesday that it has completed the Patua solar power project – a 14.5MW PV project in Churchill County, Nevada.
A selection of testimonies from the hearing in Washington as the ITC gathered evidence to help it decide whether imports of solar cells and modules are the major contributing factor in any injury caused to domestic US manufacturers.
Suniva will tell Tuesday’s hearing at the International Trade Commission that the US has handed over control of the next “meaningful” source of power generation.
Solar project development, acquisition and asset management company Nautilus Solar has acquired a 13.3MW community solar portfolio previously owned by integrated solar manufacturer ReneSola.
The Energy Trade Action Coalition (ETAC) released a statement Monday urging the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to put an end to the Section 201 trade case brought up by SolarWorld and Suniva.
The governments of Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Taiwan, China and Thailand have joined the surge in lobbying as Tuesday’s initial hearing into the Section 201 trade case nears.
The imposition of “effective remedies” in the Section 201 trade case could create 115,000 new jobs in the US solar supply chain according to a report commissioned by the petitioners, Suniva and SolarWorld Americas.
Sempra Renewables, a unit of Sempra Energy, has acquired a 281MW solar project from Canadian Solar subsidiary, Recurrent Energy.
Dominion Energy has acquired two 5MW solar plants and plans to purchase two other solar farms totalling roughly 10MW later in Q3 this year from subsidiaries of local firm Strata Solar.
A pay-to-own solar system will be developed in Zambia by MTN, Africa’s largest telecoms company, in partnership with Fenix International, who is extending ReadyPay Power.