Mangan Renewables successfully completed a 2.5 MW solar ground mount system for United States Cold Storage - USCS in Lumberton, North Carolina.
Every year about this time experts start offering up what to expect in the coming year-in just about everything. Solar is no exception, usually. This year the plethora of prognostications is lower. Perhaps that's because the three-year extension of the the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) in the U.S. in waning days of 2015 surprised many in the industry. Still some experts had foreseen an extension and others made their prognostications known. The bottom line is expect a healthier industry going forward for the next few years-at least.
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Total Corporate Funding in Solar Sector Comes in at $25.3 Billion in 2015, Reports Mercom Capital Group
Record $5.5 Billion Raised by Residential and Commercial Solar Funds, VC Funding Tops $1 Billion
Executives of Johns Manville, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Recurrent Energy, Schneider Electric, Veolia and Vestas Join Board of Advanced Energy Economy to Spur Growth of Secure, Clean, Affordable U.S. Energy
Today Advanced Energy Economy [AEE, https://www.aee.net/] announced that executives of seven market-leading companies have joined its board of directors to support the business group's efforts to spur the growth of secure, clean, affordable energy in the United States.
German-US partnerships aims to connect 1.4 GWp by mid 2016
EDF Renewable Energy (EDF RE) announced today that the 250 megawatt (MW) Roosevelt Wind Project in New Mexico reached commercial operation on December 15, 2015.
Vivint Solar CEO, Greg Butterfield, responds to the net-energy metering rule adopted by the Public Utilities Commission in Nevada.
Francois De Beaupuy for Bloomberg: Global Bioenergies SA, an unprofitable French maker of sugar-based gasoline, said oil’s recent slump to $35 a barrel is testing the financial viability of its technology even as it plans expansion in the U.S. “The economic case doesn’t stand with oil at $35, except when there’s a tax incentive” as in various European countries and the U.S., Chief Executive Officer Marc Delcourt said in an interview. Without tax breaks, the company would need Brent crude well above $100 a barrel, he said. Shares of Global Bioenergies, listed in Paris since 2011, have dropped more than 50 percent from their peak in May as oil’s collapse raised investor concern that biofuel makers couldn’t compete. Delcourt is counting on the end of European sugar production quotas in 2017 and changes in U.S. eating habits to keep the sweetener’s price low as it eyes additional capacity. Raw-sugar futures are trading at half their price five years ago. Cont'd...
Canadian Solar Subsidiary Recurrent Energy Closes Financing for 75 Megawatt Astoria 2 Solar Power Project
Canadian Solar Inc. (the "Company", or "Canadian Solar") (NASDAQ: CSIQ), one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Recurrent Energy, one of North America's largest solar project developers, closed on a tax equity investment commitment with GE (NYSE: GE) unit GE Energy Financial Services for the 75 megawatt (MWac) Astoria 2 solar power project. Recurrent Energy also closed a debt facility for the Astoria 2 project, currently under construction in California.
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PowerFilm, Inc. Shares their Low-Light Solar Technology at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES)
Measurement expert joins forces with Southeastern Wind Coalition (SEWC) for 12-month study to gauge unexploited regional wind potential
Northwire, Inc., (NWI), a leading custom cable and assembly manufacturer and subsidiary of The LEMO Group, announced it is officially certified by LEMO to build and repair SMPTE hybrid fibre optic cable assemblies.
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