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Enfinity to build USD$82 million solar farm in Thailand

Belgium-based Enfinity NV has chosen Thailand as its first location in Asia under a USD$300 million photovoltaics (PV) investment program for the region.

Singapore: HDB invests USD$2.3 million in solar PV panels

Singapore’s Housing and Development Board (HDB) has invested around USD$2.3 million in solar photovoltaics (PV) panels. This, says the board, is the country’s single largest solar panel procurement to date.

Alanod-Solar unveils new USD$25 million production facility

Alanod-Solar has unveiled its new lacquering facility in Ennepetal, Germany. The new facility represents a total investment of USD$25 million and increases the company’s annual capacity by nearly ten million additional square feet per year.

Germany's parliament approves solar cut compromise

Germany’s upper house of parliament has agreed to a compromise proposal to reduce the cuts for solar power incentives. The law can now enter into force.

Germany's parliament approves solar cut compromise

Germany’s Bundesrat upper house of parliament has agreed to a compromise proposal to reduce the cuts for solar power incentives. The reductions will be implemented over a three month period.

Yingli announces initial production of 400 MW capacity expansions

Yingli Green Energy Holding Company Limited has announced the initial production of its latest 400 megawatt (MW) capacity expansions.

U.S.: Construction to get underway on California’s largest school solar project

Construction on the largest school solar project in California, the U.S. is about to get underway. Rosendin Electric has announced that the USD$50 million, 9.4 megawatt (MW) installation, which spans ten schools, will be completed by the first quarter of next year.

Suniva increases manufacturing capacity to 170 MW

Suniva, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of monocrystalline silicon solar cells and modules, has announced it has expanded its manufacturing capacity to 170 megawatts (MW) from 96 MW by adding a third cell line at its metro-Atlanta plant.

SMUD signs multiple PPAs with Recurrent Energy for 60 MW of solar power

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) has signed multiple 20-year power purchase agreements (PPAs) with Recurrent Energy for 60 megawatts (MW) of solar power to be developed in the southern portion of Sacramento County, the U.S. These are the first agreements to come out of the utility’s feed-in tariff program (FIT) introduced in January of this year.

Germany's parliament approves solar cut compromise

Germany’s Bundesrat upper house of parliament has agreed to a compromise proposal to slightly reduce the cuts for solar power incentives. The reductions will be implemented over a three month period.

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