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The German PV manufacturer will increase manufacturing capacity at its Luckenwalde fab to 120 MW as it targets utility markets.
The Madrid-based solar developer will construct a 31.6 MW PV plant in the town of Daigo, having agreed funding with Deutsche Bank.
The European Court of Justice said domestic subsidies were justified for environmental protection, but ruled that individual nations are not be obligated to subsidize green energy generated in other EU member states.
The California-based company says the deal consolidates its leadership position in Latin America.
Proposed cuts in RO funding for ground-mounted projects are creating serious concerns for some legacy project developers who face the prospect of reduced revenues in 2015 and possibly even bankruptcy, NPD Solarbuzz reports.
Russian businesswoman Yelena Baturina's Austrian company may invest more than $27 million in green energy projects, including solar farms in southern Europe.
Solar power in California sets new one-day record of 4.76 GW in June as Texas joins the ranks of the renewables big league, powered largely by wind.