The California-based solar loan provider for homeowners has added another substantial capital warehouse to its growing financial clout, this time a $250 million facility from Deutsche Bank, as it aims to have $1 billion available for solar loans by summer 2017.
Chinese PV manufacturing giant, JinkoSolar, was chosen to supply its 72-cell solar modules to the North Star Solar project in Minnesota, U.S., which will be the largest solar plant in the American Midwest once it is connected to the grid later in the year.
The e-commerce giant has agreed to purchase energy from a further 180 MW of solar projects that will be developed by Dominion in Virginia, US, as Amazon looks to fuel 100% of its operations through renewable energy within the next ten years.
The distributed solar provider has secured another healthy chunk of finance to go towards the installation of 123 MW of residential solar, as the company continues to steady the ship after the trauma of its failed merger with SunEdison earlier in the year.
The German inverter manufacturer has reached the impressive landmark of installing 10 GW of solar inverters across North America, after an incredible installed capacity increase of 33% in less than a year, all the while Chinese competitors challenge its market share supremacy.
The Swiss energy storage solutions company has been selected by Swiss Green Electricity Management Group to act as EPC contractor and energy storage provider for the 20 MW Marengo Energy Storage Plant in Chicago, as part of a new strategic partnership between the pair to supply grid-scale battery solutions.
The California-based solar developer is looking to take advantage of a growing U.S. PV market, by raising capital on its near shovel-ready projects, which the company believes have a value in excess of USD 1 billion.
The Chinese PV manufacturing heavyweight achieved an aperture efficiency record of 19.86%, which is up a significant 0.7% from the previous record of 19.14%, as the trend in the industry is for continuing efficiency improvements across all solar cells and modules.
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