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Adani confirms $300m Australian solar investment

Mining area in Queensland.

The India conglomerate will build one of the world's "most advanced" solar farms near a mining site in Queensland, with an additional PV plant planned for the Whyalla region in south Australia.

NRG closes on 1.5 GW-AC of SunEdison wind, solar assets

Image: SunEdison

The acquisition includes utility-scale solar projects in Utah, Texas and Hawaii as well as 29 MW of distributed solar in four states.

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USD 10 million to be invested to develop 'solar cities'

New Delhi, India. Image: Wikimedia commons

A total of Rs. 670 million (USD 9.88 million) has been approved in India for the development of solar cities across the country, which will aim to cut conventional energy demand within the cities by at least 10%, while focusing...

Turkey: a new wave of solar PV deployment?

Asunim PV plant in Turkey. Image: Asunim

Turkey recently installed its largest PV project; the first of 600 MW of solar farms that have been tendered in the country. But does this mean that those 600 MW of solar PV will actually be installed in Turkey?

Six polysilicon manufacturers could be wiped out by end of 2018


A new polysilicon market outlook report from Bernreuter Research predicts a rise in competition in the market, which will drive prices down and push some manufactures out of business, in the face of falling demand from the solar...

Sterling and Wilson secure contract to construct 170 MW solar plant in Morocco

Morocco flag. Image: Flickr Felipe Skroski

A consortium led by ACWA Power has contracted Sterling and Wilson, the largest EPC company in the world, to build the 170 MW NOOR PV I Program in Morocco, which, upon completion, will be one of the largest solar PV complexes in...

India increases its solar exports 66% YoY, says Mercom

Floating solar plant by Vikram Solar.

Analysis by Mercom Capital Group finds 66% growth in Indian-made solar cells and modules between April-August this year; export figure dwarfed by imports, which topped $763 million during that period.

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