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A subsidiary of SunEdison has signed an agreement with the government of Bangladesh to set up 200 megawatts solar power project.


The solar power tender launched by the state of Jharkhand was one of India’s largest solar power tenders.


Adani Enterprises recently won an initial approval to set up solar modules manufacturing facility in the western Indian state of Gujarat. According to recent media reports, Adani Enterprises is planning to set up manufacturing facility to produce polysilicon, wafers, solar Read more…


Six project developers wrapped up 500 MW solar power tender with difference in their tariff bids of less than one US cent. Interestingly, only a single foreign project developer could make the cut. Foreign project developers, like SkyPower Global, SunEdison Read more…


Indian officials allayed any fears about the impact of a potential exit of SunEdison from the Indian solar power market. With speculations rife about SunEdison selling some or all of its assets in India, government officials have clarified that they Read more…


SunEdison may be planning to a larger portion of India renewable energy projects pipeline in order to fight the huge debt on its balance sheet. According to Indian media reports, SunEdison may be planning to offload its 1,490 MW assets Read more…


Results are in for the first solar power auction in the east Indian state of Jharkhand. The solar power tariffs quoted by the project developers are slightly higher than what have been seen in the recent auctions but it does Read more…


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How can alternative financing solutions help expand clean energy through capital markets? Industry experts convened at this year’s Asset-Backed Securities (ABS) East conference in Miami on Sept. 20-23 to discuss these possibilities. Yieldcos, crowdfunding or peer-to-peer (p2p) markets, and property-assessed Read more…


When seen from above, concertina wire-contained campuses of correctional facilities stand out as mini and menacing mazes in the midst of expansive tracts of otherwise unused federal property. Though I would prefer state parks to state prisons, transforming these barren Read more…


Italy is not a leading renewable energy country in Europe, lagging behind other southern European nations such as Spain and Portugal. But an announcement made this week may be the sign of a change to come. The news was released Read more…


The Queen City recently hosted BOMEX 2010 – the 20th edition of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA Canada) National Conference and Exhibition. The line-up for the conference reflected the province’s growing interest in the environment,


SunEdison, a global provider of solar energy services, announced Tuesday that it was awarded a ground-mounted 14.5 megawatt (MW) solar service contract with Davis-Monthan Air Force Base (DMAFB) in Tucson, Arizona. Construction will begin in 2011 and when ready, the Read more…


AT&T is bulking up its latest corporate sustainability plan.

A 296-kilowatt solar power system has officially been activated in San Diego, and it’s just the first of six company sites around California scheduled for solar installation. The goal is 2 megawatts of clean solar electricity. The Trade Street site in San Diego will produce an estimated […]


Thanks to the Green Energy Act, Ontario is rapidly becoming the leading solar energy producer in North America.  Canada’s first fully operational large scale solar installation, in Stone Mills, Ontario, began to produce clean power last fall, and two more Read more…

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