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  • Expanding in Europe
    Expanding in Europe
    NEXTracker™ announced today that the Company is bolstering its sales efforts in the region to respond to the renewed growth in PV projects slated to be developed in Europe over the next few years. With greater physical presence in the region, NEXTracker will support the 400MW of solar tracker projec......[More]
  • Building a commercial photovoltaic project in Georgia
    Building a commercial photovoltaic project in Georgia
    Under the Renewable Energy Development Initiative, Georgia Power is adding more solar power to the grid with new commercial and industrial solar installations. Two of these new installations, owned and operated by Nexamp and developed jointly with Radiance Development LLC, are now in operation. The ......[More]
  • Germany to build 8.8 mw zero-subsidy photovoltaic power station
    Germany to build 8.8 mw zero-subsidy photovoltaic power station
    BayWa r.e is building Germany's subsidy-free solar park, proving that solar energy can now compete against conventional energy sources in Germany without any financial subsidies. The project Barth V, some 30km east of Stralsund, has a total capacity of 8.8MW and construction will start at the be......[More]
  • India has two rooftop photovoltaic power stations totaling 26 megawatts
    India has two rooftop photovoltaic power stations totaling 26 megawatts
    Belectric is further increasing its footprint in India's solar industry by completing two PV rooftop projects. With a combined capacity of 26MW, these solar power plants were developed by Cleantech Solar. On behalf of Cleantech Solar, Belectric took control of the construction and commissioning ......[More]
  • 575 kW Photovoltaic System
    575 kW Photovoltaic System
    Ocean Bay Apartments is shining light on how to combine affordable housing preservation and climate change mitigation. The 24-building, 1,395-unit complex now boasts a 575kW solar photovoltaic (PV) system, designed and installed by Bright Power. The system produces enough power to offset the emissio......[More]
  • U.S. 160 megawatt dual module photovoltaic project
    U.S. 160 megawatt dual module photovoltaic project
    RES has announced the start of construction on the Southern Oak Solar Project in the state of Georgia. The project was developed by Invenergy. The solar energy output from the project, including all the renewable energy credits and environmental attributes, is sold to Georgia Power through Georgia P......[More]
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