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In a few short years, Enphase has supplanted traditional inverter technology to become the top solar technology in homes across the globe, according to said Frost & Sullivan

Enphase Energy extends credit facility with Wells Fargo

2015-12-23

Enphase Energy Inc. (Petaluma, CA, U.S.) on December 22nd, 2015 announced it has signed an extended asset-based credit facility with Wells Fargo Capital Finance. This new credit facility replaces a USD 50 million facility with Wells Fargo Capital Finance, extending the commitment period through November 7, 2019 to provide borrowing capacity and financial flexibility to support Enphase’s growth objectives. Read more...

Launch Ceremony for UNESCO & Panasonic Educational Support Program in Yangon, Myanmar

Panasonic supports UNESCO programs for off-grid communities in Myanmar by donation of 500 solar storage units

2015-12-23

UNESCO and Panasonic Corporation (Osaka, Japn) signed a project agreement for Myanmar in November 2015 to promote educational support aimed at sustainable development for the next generation of young people living in the vicinity of the Ancient City of Bagan in Myanmar, which is currently a nominee for UNESCO World Heritage listing. Read more...

Solar PV plant in India

Bridge to India: High competition will persist in new GW solar PV auctions

2015-12-22

Last week, three auctions of solar projects were completed by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC, New Delhi, India). Competition continues to be intense with a Softbank-Bharti group JV winning 350 MW in Andhra Pradesh at a price of INR 4.63/kWh, consulting firm BRIDGE TO INDIA (New Delhi) comments. Read more...

Suniva's capacity expansion to 400 MW of Buy American Act (BAA) compliant solar PV products will further strengthen SFCE’s competitiveness in the U.S. market

SFCE reaffirms commitment to the U.S. solar market; subsidiary Suniva poised for growth as solar tax credits are extended

2015-12-22

Following the extension on solar investment trade credits (ITC) by the U.S. congress, Shunfeng International Clean Energy Limited (SFCE, Hong Kong) reaffirms their commitment to the U.S. solar photovoltaic (PV) market. SFCE emphasizes that their subsidiary Suniva Inc. is well positioned as the second largest solar manufacturer in U.S. with the right track of capacity expansion plan that SFCE announced at the time of acquisition in August 2015. Read more...

Off-grid solar rooftop PV systems provided by SolarTown were fully operational during all three days of the grid shutdown

Rooftop solar PV systems provide critical support for Chennai communities during floods as electric grids shut down

2015-12-22

SolarTown Energy Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India), on December 21st, 2015 announced that its off-grid solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in Chennai remained online, providing critical support to its customers and surrounding communities following the State Electricity Board’s decision to suspend the power supply in the city of Chennai following the devastating floods in early December. Read more...

TSK solar PV reference plant in Spain

TSK to build the largest solar PV plant in Jordan: 120 MW in the area of Quweira

2015-12-22

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of Jordan (MEMR) has awarded TSK Solar (Gijón, Spain) the construction of the largest solar photovoltaic (PV) plant to date in the country, as the main project forming part of the ambitious Jordanian development plan for renewable energies. Read more...

The partnership is another example of Dominion's commitment to increase solar in Virginia. The company announced earlier this year that it plans to add at least 400 megawatts of solar PV by 2020

Dominion Virginia Power and Governor McAuliffe announce 110 MW of new solar PV for use by the Commonwealth

2015-12-22

Dominion Virginia Power (Richmond, Virginia, U.S.) and the Commonwealth of Virginia reached an agreement to deploy 110 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation. Dominion Virginia Power will build up to 75 percent of the solar PV capacity and third party solar developers will develop 25 percent of the capacity. Dominion will work with various state agencies to determine the location and size of the individual facilities. Timeline for construction and costs will be determined as individual projects are scoped and developed. Read more...

DTE Energy has built Michigan’s largest solar photovoltaic (PV) array at Ford World Headquarters

DTE to build largest utility-owned solar PV array east of the Mississippi

2015-12-22

DTE Energy (Detroit, Michigan, U.S.), in collaboration with the City of Lapeer, Michigan, plans to break ground in the spring of 2016 on 45 megawatts (MW) of new solar photovoltaic (PV) generating capacity at two project sites. The PV projects will generate enough to supply 9,000 average size homes with solar power. Read more...

The Aria PV plant consists of 48,528 Canadian Solar MaxPower CS6X-300/310P PV modules

Canadian Solar completes sale of 9 MW Aria solar PV plant to Concord Green Energy

2015-12-21

Canadian Solar Inc. (Guelph, Ontario) on December 21st, 2015 announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Canadian Solar Solutions Inc., completed the sale of the 9 MW AC Aria solar photovoltaic (PV) plant valued at over USD 47.2 Million to One West Holdings Ltd., an affiliate of Concord Green Energy Inc. Read more...

SEIA expects solar power in the U.S. to more than triple by 2020, hitting 100 gigawatts

SEIA celebrates extension of the U.S. solar investment tax credit

2015-12-21

Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA, Washington, D.C., U.S.), commends the passage of the U.S. omnibus appropriations bill, which included a 5-year solar investment tax credit (ITC) extension. “This historic vote brings the solar industry to the forefront of the conversation about American energy. The ITC extension makes America and its solar industry the world’s preeminent producer of clean and affordable energy,” said Resch. Read more...

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