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E.U. decides on anti-dumping measures and exceptions for Chinese solar panels

The European Council has backed the European Commission’s decision to impose anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on Chinese solar panel exports. “Unfair trade in solar panels does not help the environment and is not compatible with a healthy global solar industry,” read a statement issued by the European Commission announcing the decision. The rates of the duties to be placed on Chinese solar ex...

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First Solar investing $100 million in growing Japanese solar market

First Solar Inc., has announced plans to invest around $100 million in the growing Japanese solar power market. First Solar, a leading thin-film photovoltaic company, will be partnering with Japanese companies to develop, construct and operate these solar power plants. “At First Solar, we invest in markets where solar power addresses a fundamental need on a sustainable basis,” said James Hughes, First Solar...

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One of the major consequences of industrial agriculture is the steady flight of rural populations to urban centers. Economists have widely encouraged this mass movement of people as a sign of a developing economies 'specializing'. We are seeing this trend in all majors cities in Latin America, Asia, and Africa. Young men and women leave their villages and move to the city in search of...

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Largest solar power plant in Japan, operational

A 70 megawatt-solar power plant is now delivering clean energy to the grid in Kagoshima Prefecture, southern Japan. Kyocera Corporation has announced that the Kagoshima Nanatsujima Mega Solar Power Plant went online on November 1. Said to be one of Japan’s largest solar power plants, the Kagoshima installation is a 27 billion yen ($345 million) project involving seven...

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California Valley Solar Ranch completed, delivering clean energy

The California Valley Solar Ranch, a 250 megawatt-facility in San Luis Obispo County, California, has completed its final phase. The project, from NRG Energy, Inc., NRG Yield, Inc. and SunPower Corp., is said to be one of the world’s largest operating solar power plants (see related story). Construction on C.V.S.R. began on September 2011 and the project started delivering their...

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The U.K.: Will rising energy prices help end climate change?

Here in the United Kingdom, further energy price hikes have been announced. Energy giant SSE last week announced a price rise of 8.2 percent, with other major suppliers set to follow. For a country already struggling to make ends meet, this hasn’t gone down well. Families, elderly people and the vulnerable are being forced to choose between heating and eating. Energy prices have risen exceptionally fast over the last...

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Google invests in Mount Signal Solar project in California

Internet giant Google is continuing their involvement in renewable energy project with a $102 million-investment in the 265.7 megawatt-Mount Signal Solar project in California. Silver Ridge Power, LLC, formerly known as AES Solar, announced that Google became a partner in the Mount Signal Solar project which is currently under construction in Imperial County, California. Also known as the Imperial Val...

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Solana passes commercial operation tests

The world’s largest parabolic trough plant begins commercial operation in Arizona. Clean energy technology company Abengoa announced on October 9 that their 280 megawatt-Solana concentrating solar power plant had successfully passed its commercial operation tests. Solana will generate enough clean energy to power 70,000 households and will prevent about half a million tons of carbon dioxide from be...

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Topaz Solar Farm installs five millionth solar module

The five millionth solar module has been installed at the 550 megawatt-Topaz Solar Farm in San Luis Obispo County, California. The Topaz project is said to be the one of the largest solar power projects under construction in the world. It will provide enough energy for approximately 160,000 California homes. When completed, the 550 MW-project will include more than 8 million photovoltaic modules. The first module...

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Canadian Solar sells Ontarian solar projects to BlackRock and TransCanada

Canadian Solar Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement in which they sold two utility-scale solar power plants in Ontario to a fund managed by BlackRock. The two plants, totaling 20 megawatts, were acquired by BlackRock on September 30th, 2013. They are located in Demorestville and Odessa, Ontario, Canada. Construction on the two plants started in the first quarter and third quart...

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