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Southern Power to Develop 131MW of PV Solar Project in Georgia

19 Dec 14 - 12:11 CET

ET - Southern Company subsidiary Southern Power today announced plans to develop a 131-MW PV solar project in Georgia, which will be capable of generating enough electricity to help meet the energy needs of more than 21,000 homes. The electricity and associated renewable energy credits (RECs) will be sold to three Georgia electric ...

US Solar-Plus-Storage Market to Surpass $1 Billion by 2018

19 Dec 14 - 12:10 CET

GTM - The market for behind-the-meter solar photovoltaics (PV) paired with energy storage will surpass $1 billion by 2018 in the United States, according to the latest report from GTM Research. The report, The Future of Solar-Plus-Storage in the U.S., forecasts the nation to install 318 cumulative megawatts of behind-the-meter solar-plus-storage capacity ...

United PV, NARI partners to develop 1.5GW of solar plants in China

19 Dec 14 - 12:09 CET

EBR - United Photovoltaics (PV) Group and NARI Electricity Design Company have signed a strategic cooperation agreement under State Grid for the all-round collaboration to set up joint ventures (JVs) for the development of 1.5GW of solar power plants in China.

Rame Energy Planning $6.4 Million Sun-Power Plant in Chile

19 Dec 14 - 12:09 CET

BLOOMBERG - Rame Energy Plc (RAME) plans to install a $6.4 million solar-power plant in Chile and may deploy further projects in the country’s tourist and mining industries.

LDK Solar confirms closing date of restructuring transactions

19 Dec 14 - 12:08 CET

SOLARSERVER - LDK Solar CO., Ltd. in provisional liquidation (Xinyu City, China) on December 18th, 2014 announced that the closing date for the restructuring transactions in respect of LDK Solar's senior noteholders and preferred shareholders, as contemplated in the Schemes, occurred on December 17th, 2014.

Duties Set by U.S. on Imports of China, Taiwan Solar Goods

17 Dec 14 - 12:53 CET

BLOOMBERG - The Obama administration will set duties on solar products from China and Taiwan that combined could exceed more than 200 percent, adding fuel to a renewable-energy clash between the U.S. and China.