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TOTAL and SunPower Completed a 70MW PV Salvador Solar Plant in Chile

26 Jan 15 - 13:54 CET

ET - TOTAL, a global integrated oil and gas company, and SunPower have completed the 70MW PV Salvador project, one of the world's largest operating merchant solar power plants. The power plant is expected to produce approximately 200 GWh of solar electricity per year, enough to supply electricity to approximately 70,000 households in Chile.

PV in the UK: Over 125,000 homes went solar in 2014, overall installations reached 700 MW

26 Jan 15 - 13:53 CET

SOLARSERVER - The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) have published their latest statistics on small-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) installations on January 23rd, 2015, showing that over 125,000 homes put solar on their roof last year.

Italy to halt solar power sector incentives -deputy industry minister

26 Jan 15 - 13:53 CET

REUTERS - Italy is planning to halt incentives to solar power producers, a junior minister said on Monday, after years in which generous public support to the sector has fed investor interest including from abroad.

Qatar to tender 200-MW solar scheme shortly

26 Jan 15 - 13:52 CET

SN - Qatar is soon expected to invite bids for the development of 200 MW of solar projects, local daily Al Sharq said last week.

United PV announces USD 67 million convertible bonds subscription agreement, acquisition of an 80 MW PV plant

26 Jan 15 - 13:51 CET

SOLARSERVER - United Photovoltaics Group Limited (Hong Kong), whose largest shareholder is China Merchants New Energy Group (CMNE), a leading solar photovoltaic (PV) plant investor and operator in China, on January 26th, 2015 announced that the Company entered into a formal subscription agreement with China Merchants Fund Management Co. Ltd under China ...

Valhalla Seeks to Build Largest Latin American Solar Project

23 Jan 15 - 11:20 CET

BW - Valhalla Energia is seeking to build Latin America’s largest solar project in Chile, a $1 billion facility that would generate 600 megawatts of power.