JinkoSolar Connects Two PV Projects Totaling 39 MW In Jiangsu Province

JinkoSolar, a global solar PV company, connected its 24 MW solar PV power plant in Xinyi, Jiangsu Province and 15 MW solar PV power plant in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province, to the grid. The company has so far successfully connected to the grid for more than 252 MW of solar PV power projects. The 24 MW Xinyi


Yingli Solar Signs Agreement With United PV For 300 MW Solar PV Plants

Yingli Solar, a vertically-integrated photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer, entered into a framework agreement with United Photovoltaic Group for the acquisition of China-based solar PV plants to be developed and constructed by Yingli Solar. United PV is a company listed on the Main Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange. According to the agreement, United PV will acquire at least 300


Trina Solar Announces Grid Connection for 23.8 MW PV Projects in UK

Trina Solar, a global photovoltaic (PV) modules, solutions, and services, announced two of its PV power plants in the United Kingdom have successfully completed connection to the grid. Trina is an investor in and sole project developer for these projects, which have a total capacity of 23.77 MW. The two projects, which are located in Cornwall


SunEdison Closes on 20 MW Adobe Solar Plant

SunEdison, a solar technology manufacturer and provider of solar energy services, interconnected a 20 MW AC (alternating current) solar plant in Kern County, Calif. The project, known as the Adobe Solar Facility, is owned by Southern Co. subsidiary Southern Power and Turner Renewable Energy and is composed of 80,000 SunEdison Silvantis Solar PV modules. SunEdison was responsible for building the Adobe

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Canadian Solar to Supply 43MW of Solar Modules in Japan

Canadian Solar, a global solar power company, today announced that it has been awarded a module supply agreement to provide 43MW of photovoltaic (PV) modules to the second largest solar power plant project in Japan. Canadian Solar will supply approximately 168,300 pieces of its 60-cell, high-efficiency CS6P255P modules with power output of 255Wp for this project.  Module delivery

An SPG Solar tracker system.

SPG Solar SunSeeker Delivered For Utility Project In Arizona

SPG Solar, a provider of single-axis solar tracker solutions, has completed the on-time delivery of the SunSeeker tracker to a 50-MW DC system in Gila Bend, Ariz. Constructed by engineering, procurement and construction company Black & Veatch, it will be one of Arizona’s largest solar power installations. “This project not only validates the incredible ease


There’s A New Way To Guarantee Your Solar Project Goes Smoothly

  The U.S. Energy Information Agency calls the future of solar bright, projecting that it will be the fastest-growing source of renewable energy in the United States until 2035. Still, as the number of building owners and sustainability officers looking to incorporate solar into their facilities grows, many still find pulling the trigger easier said


25 MW Of Solar Power Plants With Yingli Solar In China Commenced

  Yingli Solar, a global, integrated photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturer, commenced construction of its two ground-mounted PV plants in Hebei Province. The two projects will have a combined capacity of 25 MW and are located in the cities of Baoding and Xingtai of Hebei Province. The company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Yingli Energy (China) Co. enjoys 100% economic interest in

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Q&A: Solar Net-Metering Is Inevitable

Solar Power World interviewed Dr. Abbas Ghassemi, director of the Institute for Energy and Environment (IE&E) and professor of Chemical Engineering at New Mexico State University, about net-metering.  Dr. Ghassemi is also the president of the National Advisory Board for Ecotech Institute. Dr. Ghassemi views net-metering as part of the natural evolution of the smart grid, and


Massachusetts Companies Collaborate On 30-MW Mexican Solar Project

U.S. PV inverter manufacturer Solectria Renewables says that during the Massachusetts-Mexico Innovation Partnership Mission, March 19-21, 2014, Massachusetts Governor Duval Patrick, and Zacatecas Governor Miguel Alejandro Alonso Reyes joined representatives from three Massachusetts companies, Solectria Renewables, The Vertex Companies, and Panel Claw, to announce ZacSol, a 30-megawatt solar electric project that will be among the