DCH-Solargiga, a 70% equity-held subsidiary of Solargiga, and the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority (SADA) signed an agreement to form a joint venture to build 200 MW of solar PV in Ghana.
The renewable energy supplier must fulfil further appropriate conditions for its planned PV plant, to be built on a disused airfield in the English county of Norfolk.
Following last month's acquisition of Wuxi Suntech, Chinese solar module provider Shunfeng has settled the final $412 million balance.
Seoul's government has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to jointly set up and operate a pilot 100 MW PV plant with its Uzbek counterparts.
The analysts forecast that the Mexican solar market will grow to 240 MW next year, outstripping its neighbours in South America.
The Chinese solar manufacturer has been chosen by Bangchak Solar Energy to supply 25 MW of modules for Phase III of its 75 MW solar project.
Exclusive: Brooks Herring, Solar Frontier's director of International Business, discusses the firm's new 150 MW plant in Japan, which he describes as a "stepping stone to global expansion."
IHS estimate that quarterly shipments of solar inverters will exceed 10 GW for the first time ever in Q4 after a record 9.9 GW were shipped in the third quarter of 2013.
Thailand will join China, Japan, Australia and India as the major solar markets in the Asian-Pacific region next year, according to a new report by NPD Solarbuzz.
The solar technology provider has signed a supply agreement with Ecomax Japan Inc., who will install the panels in several central and northern Japan locations.
The analyst's new white paper looks ahead to next year, forecasting a PV recovery fueled by increased capital spending and module price stability.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is warning that a new tax plan proposed by the Senate Finance Committee could be detrimental to the U.S. solar industry.
OCI Solar Power has completed the 41 MW Alamo I solar farm, which is phase I of a 400 MW project that will become the biggest PV installation in Texas once complete.
In another sign that the module manufacturing environment is returning to more sure footing, Japanese thin film manufacturer Solar Frontier has announced that it will construct a new fab, with 150 MW nameplate capacity.
Among the 10 incentives set to expire are the Renewable Electricity Production Tax Credit (PTC) and the Investment Tax Credit (ITC), both of which have helped solar PV to flourish in the U.S.
The solar power company will supply 4,032 of its Trina Honey modules to the project, to be jointly built by local company Mustakbal Clean Tech and Germany's Phoenix Solar.
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