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PacifiCorp solar RFP

This article has been removed from the pv magazine USA site. There is currently no PacifiCorp RFP for solar projects, but there is one for wind projects. We regret the error.

AEPCO readies 20 MW Apache Solar Plant

The co-op expects to put the 20 MW Apache Solar Project in Arizona online in September, which will help to reduce its dependence upon coal.

Keystone Power Holdings launches $35 million solar fund

Keystone Power Holdings LLC has established a solar investment fund, KPH Solar Farms Fund I, to finance small-scale solar projects.

Edisun Microgrids predicts 3 MW of tracker deployment in 2017

Edisun Microgrids, which launched its innovative dual-axis flat-roof commercial tracker last year, expects to deploy more than 3 MW of its rooftop tracker PV Booster in 2017, according to company CEO Bill Gross.

U.S. border solar financier NADB up for $3 billion infusion

The bilateral North American Development Bank (NADB), a staunch financier for solar projects in the U.S. and Mexican states straddling the border, may gain a $3 billion infusion from the U.S. and Mexican governments if House Resolution 882 comes to pass.

NADB considers loan for Mexico’s largest PV plant, Puerto Libertad

If the loan is approved, it could close by the end of the month.

Vivint Solar expands residential PV in Colorado

Vivint Solar has expanded availability of its residential solar energy systems and smart home products in Colorado.

Rapper Akon lights up Africa with solar

Akon, the platinum-selling rapper, is lighting up Africa with solar lighting and other products thanks to a reported $1 billion credit line with Chinese manufacturers and a skill for celebrity networking.

GameChange Solar wins 260 MW in snow country

GameChange Solar announced that it has recently won over 260 MW of fixed tilt racking orders in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Minnesota. The deal further demonstrates the successful migration of PV into the cold Northern regions of North America.

Gov. Sandoval inks regulations for Nevada solar revival

Governor Brian Sandoval signed Senate Bill 145 and several other bills late last week that will help re-establish a thriving solar industry — and encourage other renewables efforts in the state — after two years of regulatory repression.


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