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Development of 10 MW Florida solar farm underway

BlueChip Energy has started on stage one of the Rinehart Solar Farm, a 10 megawatt (MW) utility-scale solar photovoltaics (PV) facility in Central Florida, the U.S. It is expected to be one of the state’s largest private solar plants.

Meyer Burger wins order for over CHF 25 million

Meyer Burger Technology Ltd has announced a contract for wire saws and wafer inspection systems worth over CHF 25 million (around USD$21 million or €18 million) with Chinese manufacturer JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd.

IBC Solar breaks 1 GW barrier

IBC Solar has broken the one gigawatt (GW) mark in module sales.

Cadmium ban will not affect PV industry

The cadmium ban will not apply to the photovoltaics (PV) industry, the environmental committee of the European parliament has said.

US: Largest concentrated solar array project complete

The largest concentrated solar array in the US has been completed.

Canada: 50 skilled solar jobs created

The news that 50 new solar jobs are to be created comes after Siemens Canada’s announcement that it is entering the Canadian the solar market as a local manufacturer of inverters for photovoltaic (PV) power generation.

German solar cuts "hit parliamentary hurdle"

Germany’s Bundesrat upper house of parliament is unlikely to pass cuts to solar incentives, so a mediation committee would be needed to resolve the matter, government sources have told Reuters.

Trina Solar and SERIS reach solar cell agreement

The development of an all-back contact high-efficiency silicon wafer solar cell is about to get underway, following an agreement between Trina Solar Limited and the Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS).

Kyocera starts San Diego solar cell manufacturing line

Kyocera has begun manufacturing solar modules in San Diego, in the U.S. The company’s initial production target is 30 megawatts per year; to begin with the line will include solar modules ranging from 210 watts to the company’s latest 235-watt modules.

China: Largest thin film solar farm to be built in Inner Mongolia

The China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group (CECEP) has announced plans to build a five megawatt (MW) utility-scale PV power plant in Inner Mongolia using silicon-based thin film solar modules.

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