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Recurrent Energy begins commercial operations at Californian and Arizonian solar power plants

Six solar power projects developed by Recurrent Energy have begun commercial operations in Southern California and Arizona. The six –project portfolio has a total capacity of 106 megawatts peak. It includes five projects in Southern California and one in Arizona. They will generate enough clean energy to power more than 17,000 homes. Four of the six projects are located in Kern County, California; another is loca...

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Etrion, HHT move forward with Mito and Shizukuishi solar parks in Japan

Solar power company Etrion Corporation has announced that they have taken steps towards the development of their first solar power projects in Japan – the 9.3 megawatt Mito solar park and the 24.7 MW Shizukuishi solar park. “We have secured the Feed-in-tariff and have recently executed land agreements for our first two solar projects in Japan, Shizukuishi and Mito, with a combined total capacity...

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102 MW Nyngan solar power project begins construction in Australia

First Solar has commenced construction on a 102 megawatt solar power project in New South Wales, Australia. The Nyngan solar power project will be Australia’s largest utility-scale solar project. The project is expected to be completed in mid-2015, at which point it will generate enough clean energy to power more than 33,000 average homes in New South Wales. “Breaking ground at the Nyngan...

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Solar power facility on La Reunion to use energy storage system for reliable energy delivery

A 9 megawatt-solar power plant on an island in the Indian Ocean will be generating and providing clean energy with the help of a lithium-ion energy storage system built by advanced technology battery company Saft. Saft has released a statement announcing that a consortium that they lead has been awarded the mulit-million euro-project by Akuo Energy. Akuo Energy is developing the 9 MW...

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Canadian Solar connects 40 MW of solar power to China’s national grid

The start of 2014 sees Canadian Solar Inc. continuing to make inroads in the Chinese solar market with 40 megawatts of solar power newly connected to the grid. In Tumushuke City in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of Western China, Canadian Solar announced on January 6 the successful completion and grid connection of a 30 MW ground mounted solar power project. "We are pleased to announce...

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Etrion forms strategic partnership to enter Japan’s solar market

Etrion Corporation announced that it is forming a strategic partnership with Japan’s Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation (HHT) for utility-scale solar power projects. Etrion, a solar independent power producer, has been working with HHT for about a year now to form a joint development team for solar power projects in Japan. The partnership is developing a pipeline of at least 100 megawatts-...

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Yingli Green Energy, nuclear corporation form J.V. for solar projects

Yingli Green Energy’s wholly owned subsidiary, Yingli China, has signed an investment agreement with a nuclear corporation to establish a joint venture to develop solar projects across China. Yingli China and China National Nuclear Corporation’s wholly-owned subsidiary China Rich Energy Corporation Ltd. have formed the J.V. which will develop and construct distributed generation solar pro...

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Trina Solar expands market presence with projects in Thailand, Jordan

China’s Trina Solar Limited will be supplying 25 megawatts worth of solar modules to Thailand’s Bangchak Solar Energy Project. Trina Solar will be the sole suppliers for Phase III of the 75 MW Bangchak Solar Energy Project which is owned by Bangchak Solar Energy Co. Ltd. Shipment of the modules is expected to commence by late December. “Thailand is a leading emerging solar market in South...

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First Solar providing 48 MW of modules for French solar projects

Thin-film photovoltaic product manufacturer First Solar is providing their modules to four solar power plants in France with a combined capacity of 48 megawatts. Photosol, a French renewable energy company, is constructing the plants in the country’s Auvergne and Midi-Pyrenees regions. Three of the plants, with a total capacity of 37 MW, will be located in the communes of Dompierre sur...

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ReneSola provides modules for solar projects in California, North Carolina

ReneSola Ltd. has announced that it will be providing its solar photovoltaic products to two projects in California and North Carolina. Along with its previous collaborator, solar project development and management firm LTS Energy, ReneSola will be developing a 330 kilowatt solar project for Ranch 41, a farm in Fallbrook, California. Ranch 41 will be a fixed tilt ground-mount PV project. Rene...

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