French renewable energy developer Neoen is planning a series of large-scale solar PV plants around key towns in western New South Wales, Australia, that would amount to a total 115 MW and would be one of the biggest commercial...
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Work is underway on a 2.5 megawatt (MW) photovoltaics (PV) plant in Piedmont, Italy.
U.S.-based SunPower Corp. has completed the sale of its 44 megawatt (MW) Montalto di Castro solar park, located in the Lazio region of Italy for an undisclosed amount.
California-based Sustainable Energy Capital Partners (SECP) and with South Korean power producer Posco Power have announced they will develop and build a 300-megawatt (MW) photovoltaic power plant in Boulder City, Nevada, the U.S.
National Grid has completed three new Massachusetts solar facilities in Revere, Haverhill and Everett. This, says the company, makes it the largest owner of solar generation in New England, the U.S.
SunEnergy Europe GmbH has completed its 1.1 megawatt (MW) Luneburg solar park, located in Germany, in just three weeks. According to the company, it will be connected to the grid imminently.
The Wattner Group of Cologne, Germany, has purchased a 12 megawatt (MW) solar park in Sietzsch, near Leipzig airport for €30 million.
SunEdison LLC has secured a three-year, USD$50 million construction revolver* with Rabobank International.
Conergy has begun construction on its second megawatt (MW) solar park in Thailand. The 2.37 MW project is expected to be completed by April.
Phoenix Solar AG has started construction on a 5.9 megawatt (MW) solar carport in Italy.
SunEdison and Arizona Public Service Co. have said they will build a 10 megawatt (MW) solar power plant two miles north of the Prescott Regional Airport, in Arizona, the U.S.
Henan Hengxing Science & Technology Co. has reportedly announced plans to build a 100 megawatt (MW) photovoltaics (PV) plant in China.
Silfab Ontario has signed preliminary contracts for the delivery of 102 megawatts (MWs) of solar modules in Ontario, Canada for an undisclosed sum. They are all with unnamed “major” local players
In what will be seen as a major blow to the industry, the Czech Senate has approved a retroactive solar tax for photovoltaics (PV) systems.
Contracts to develop two photovoltaics (PV) plants worth 37 megawatts (MWs) in Arizona, the U.S. have been signed by the Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) and SunEdison.
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