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Skytron Energy chosen by Sonnedix to monitor 57.6 MW Puerto Rican solar plant

The German-based tech group has been commissioned by the EPC to provide monitoring and supervision technology to the Oriana solar plant, which is the largest in the Caribbean.

REC grows Q2 module shipments 25% year-over-year

The Norwegian solar company shipped 326 MW of modules in the second quarter of 2016, with the EMEA region seeing an 87% increase in demand. U.S. accounted for 60% of all shipments.

Boost for residential solar loans in the US as Mosaic raises USD200 million

Residential solar lending platform Mosaic will receive the funding for a new USD200 million facility from DZ BANK and NY Green Bank. The facility will help the company achieve its ambitious future targets for providing solar financing to homeowners.

Report: India's solar ambitions to create more than 1 million jobs

India’s solar sector is set to deliver a jobs boom if the country pursues its goal of 100 GW of solar capacity by 2022. The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW) performed the analysis behind the jobs prediction, noting that both high and low-skilled jobs will be required in the country’s downstream solar sector.

SolarCity to hire 500 new employees

GTM Research says that SolarCity’s surge in hiring is part of a rush by solar installers to prepare for the boom before the ITC drop-down in 2017.

SunPower expands North American operations; 450 jobs to be created

SunPower Corp. has received almost USD$3.5 million to expand its North American operations.

Solar jobs to increase in US in 2011

Following the first U.S. solar jobs census, it has been found that over half of all solar employers plan to expand their workforce in the next year.

Around 300 jobs to go as REC discontinues PV module operations in Sweden

The Renewable Energy Corporation (REC) has announced it will discontinue operations at its 150-megawatt (MW) photovoltaics (PV) module plant in Glava, Sweden, due to “unsatisfactory” financial performance and “weak” future prospects. Around 300 employees will be affected.

Solarwatt starts new manufacturing line; doubles capacity?

??Solarwatt, located in Dresden, Germany has invested over €35 million in a new solar module production line and logistics center. Operations have already begun on the production line, where capacity has been expanded from 200 to 400 megawatts peak. The company added that up to 140 new jobs are expected to be created in the region.

juwi Solar to add 500 new jobs as part of worldwide expansion

Germany-based juwi Solar has said it will create 500 new jobs until 2012. Almost half of them will be located in Germany, which is currently the company’s “most important” market.

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