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EBR - Renewable energy development company SunEdison has signed two agreements to acquire over 2,000MW wind and solar power projects in Central America and India.
The Spanish solar industry is up in arms over a proposal that would make self-consumption of renewable energy a virtual non-starter.
RT - Thailand's property developer Sena Development PCL signed a partnership deal with U.S.-based First Solar and private equity firm Confidence Capital to develop a solar rooftop business in Thailand, ...
EBR - Adani Renewable Energy Park, a unit of Adani Enterprises, has signed a 50/50 joint venture (JV) deal with the Government of Indian state of Rajasthan, to develop 10,000MW ...
BB - Yingli Green Energy Holding Co., the second-biggest solar manufacturer, is negotiating with a potential buyer for a 50-megawatt power project in China’s Hebei Province.
ET - First Solar has set yet another world record for cadmium-telluride (CdTe) PV module conversion efficiency, achieving 18.6% aperture efficiency for an advanced full size module. With the new ...
SS - BRIDGE TO INDIA (New Delhi), released the yearly India Solar Handbook (2015 edition) at Intersolar Europe, Munich. While the report examines various aspects of the Indian solar market, ...
PVT - Tier-one PV manufacturer JinkoSolar has entered into a supply agreement to be a strategic partner to US installer Vivint Solar. Vivint Solar’s main suppliers to date have been ...
IBT - China is set to construct a solar power plant in Kenya as part of an ongoing investment plan between the two countries, media reports said Sunday. The 50-megawatt ...
CT - Encouraged by the rapidly developing solar power market in Japan, Panasonic is planning to significantly increase its solar photovoltaic modules production capacity.