Japanese thin-film producer Solar Frontier has announced today that it will supply a 100 MW Californian power plant. The company has already delivered 26 MW Catalina Solar Project, in Kern County, California, which is set to become the worlds biggest installation of its kind.
Forget New Jersey. The solar industry is “in a New York State of mind,” to paraphrase singer Billy Joel, now that two government agencies have launched a five-year, USD150-million initiative to fund new large-scale photovoltaic (PV) power projects in the region.
The Californian Public Utilities Commission approved today approved five renewable energy contracts worth 1,088MW. Three of the agreements were signed with Southern California Edison and Solar Star Californiawhich is subsidiary of SunPowerfor the Quinto, AVSP I and AVSP II photovoltaic projects, collectively worth 711 megawatt (MW).
EXCLUSIVE: The payment of a bond, which is soon to be due, is being delayed by a complaint against the chosen representative of creditors. The repayment amounts to approximately 200 million, that becomes due at the end of February.
In the case that all the solar industry in the UK will be watching closely, judges at the Court of Appeals said today that they will deliberate on the governments appeal against the High Courts recent findings that its cuts to the photovoltaic feed-in tariff (FIT) rates were unlawful.
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