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GE Energy Financial invests in 96.2 MW solar plant in Japan

Kyushu Island, Japan.

Energy financing arm of General Electric to partner with Japanese power plant developer Pacifico Energy on construction of the plant, in the prefecture of Miyazaki.


Meteocontrol solar eclipse analysis reveals German grid durability

An onlooker takes in last month's solar eclipse.

Data from the solar power forecast analysis company shows Germany's grid coped admirably with the solar eclipse on March 20.


Leading UK solar developers adjust to new market conditions

Solarcentury's completion of this 250 kW commercial rooftop array near Manchester is indicative of the changing solar landscape in the U.K.

Removal of the Renewable Obligation Certificate for large-scale solar farms from today has prompted a change of tack among solar developers operating in the U.K. market.


Trina sells 49.9 MW UK solar plant for $87.7 million

Norfolk beach, England.

Sale of Norfolk solar plant to Bluefield Solar Income Fund Limited part of Trina's strategy to develop and offload power generation assets across leading PV markets.


US: Best practices guides aim to lower financing costs for solar energy systems

SunEdison PV installation

Backed by the U.S. Energy Department's SunShot Initiative, a solar industry group has published new best practices guidelines to reassure investors and ultimately reduce financing costs for solar development.


Sharp supplies peak shaving batteries for Baker Electric facility

Sharp at PV Expo.

Japanese company's SmartStorage behind-the-meter energy solution selected for utilization with commercial building owners in Southern California.


REC Group inks exclusive residential supply deal with Tucson Electric

REC TwinPeak Series panel

The Norwegian company has signed its first major contract for its new panel line with the Arizona utility, which will use the modules exclusively for its new residential solar leasing program.


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