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Portugal’s Martifer Solar has won its bid to develop the 1.60 MW Mineirão photovoltaic plant on the Governador Magalhães Pinto (Mineirão) football stadium in the Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte.
The E.U. has said it will provide €25 million towards the cost of 22 MW photovoltaic project in Burkina Faso. It is expected to be the biggest plant of its kind in West Africa, when online in late 2013.
The overall volume of monthly premiums for photovoltaic energy generation paid out to eligible solar generators in Spain fell by around 60% between this August and September, according to Spanish Photovoltaic Union UNEF.
Community-owned solar power is on the rise in the U.S. Kent James, chief strategy officer of Martifer Solar USA has implemented a series of projects with the Colorado-based Clean Energy Collective. In the following interview, he...
Isofotón has signed an agreement with the National Electricity Council of Ecuador (CONELEC) to install a 50 MW, around US$100 million photovoltaic plant in the parish of Calderón.
Senegal-based Prosolia Energie Solaire, a filial of Spain’s solar energy developer Prosolia Energy, has formalized an accord with the Senegalese Ministry of Energy and Mines in Dakar to install 13 MW worth of photovoltaics in the...
El Paso Electric Company (EPE) has signed a PPA for Element Power's 50 MW Macho Springs photovoltaic plant near Deming, New Mexico.