The La Compagnie du Vent projects include the 12 MW Langele Solar Power Plant in in France's Aquitaine region. The latest projects reunite SunPower and the GDF Suez subsidiary.
The solar specialists have supplied more than 40,000 of its Q CELLS Q.Pro-G3 modules for the Solarcentury project.
The solar company agrees, along with partner 8minutenergy Renewables, a PPA with Pacific Gas and Electric Company to deliver a 50 MW solar plant.
The energy law change will come into effect on April 1, with residential PV customers offered the option of a FIT or 30% rebate on bills.
Green Energy Technology, Motech and Neo Solar Power Corp. all post buoyant performance figures for February.
The southeast Asian nation will conduct a feasibility study on the potential benefits and challenges of adding a 50 MW solar plant to its energy mix.
Solar power provided to the state electricity grid reached 4,093 MW on Saturday, surpassing all previous records.
The 50 MW project in Wuwei, Gansu province, is proof of Trina's downstream expertise, says CEO Jifan Gao. Trina oversaw every stage of the Wuwei project.
The Chinese poly manufacturer will supply wafers and poly materials to Jinko Solar, GD Solar, Tongwei Solar and Hareon Solar over two years.
The latest EPIA figures paint a grim picture of the European solar market. But outside the volatile German and Italian markets, installations in Europe stabilized at 6 GW last year.
The Chinese module manufacturer will supply 27.5 MW of its panels to an unnamed national infrastructure project in Israel. Yingli says Israel could install 340 MW of solar this year.
The rate paid to commercial generators is set to fall JPY4/kWh at the end of the month. A reduction in the rate of FIT payments had been widely predicted.
There was no sign of the rout from Chinese shares predicted by some commentators after Chaori Solar's default was confirmed on Friday. Any hangover from the weekend should be noticeable when the U.S. exchanges open this afternoon.
The German inverter manufacturer opens bankruptcy proceedings, citing poor market conditions.
The solar module producer’s evolution to international markets has prompted the company to relocate its headquarters to the emerging Middle East.
The Shanghai manufacturer has reportedly confirmed its default on a $15 million interest payment to Chinese bondholders. The development comes despite the company's presence on the Chinese government's list of favored companies.
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