Sharp Energy Solution Europe has announced it will be building solar power plants for energy providers in Germany. A sum of 6 million has already been invested last year.
A ten-megawatt (MW) solar power plant is scheduled to be built in Dover, the U.S. The project is expected to create up to 150 jobs and construction should begin later this year.
Odersun, based in Brandenburg, Germany, has officially opened a second solar factory in Fürstenwalde (Spree).
Hydro’s Extrusion Americas unit has signed an agreement with Florida Power & Light (FPL) to supply custom aluminum extrusions for the first hybrid solar/fossil fuel energy generating facility in the world. When it comes online later this year, the Martin Next Generation Solar Energy Center will produce 75 megawatts (MW). It will be the world’s second-largest solar plant and the largest outside of California.
Siemens Energy has received its first large-scale photovoltaic (PV) order from France. As a result, it will undertake a 30 megawatt (MW) project, which will see six solar power plants built over the next year.
One of the largest single solar arrays in Massachusetts, the U.S. has been completed. The new installation is expected to save over USD$1.2 million in energy costs.
Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd. has announced it will increase production capacity for its HIT solar cell modules at its Nishikinohama Factory in Kaizuka City and at its Shiga Plant in Ohtsu City in response to strong demand for solar cell modules in Japan.
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