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NREL: Utility-scale solar costs fall below $1.50 per watt (with charts)

The latest report by NREL shows an ongoing decline in costs across sectors, with soft costs remaining stubbornly high for residential installations.

TerraForm Global clears way for sale of SunEdison India and Uruguay assets

SunEdison yieldco has consented to the third party sale of the bankrupt clean energy developer’s 425 MW Indian solar portfolio and further assets in Uruguay. Firm will receive a portion of the proceeds.

200 MW Tranquility solar project begins operation in California

The huge utility-scale site was developed by Canadian Solar subsidiary Recurrent Energy and is majority owned by U.S. utility Southern Power, representing a rare new PV development of this scale in the U.S. as the trend shifts away from such large solar constructions.

TerraForm Power, Global in talks with SunEdison over more than $3 billion in claims

The two yieldcos are hoping to resolve suits with their sponsor, while they look for buyers.

Idaho puts online its first large solar project at 40 MW-AC

It’s the largest PV project in Idaho to come online to date, but has received little press.

First Solar, Tenaska put online 150 MW solar project in Southern California

The project puts utility SDG&E farther ahead of state renewable energy mandates.

GameChange Solar Wins 100 MW Racking Order

GameChange Solar, based in New York, announced that it has been awarded an order for a 100 MW Max-Span post-driven racking system for a project that will be installed in late 2016.

pv magazine’s Quality Roundtable makes U.S. debut

pv magazine has expanded its global quality roundtable series with a new roundtable for the U.S. market.

Apple puts secret 50 MW solar project online in Arizona

Apple had keep the Bonnybrooke plant a secret until yesterday. The project holds a contract to sell power to Salt River Project.

8point3 Energy Partners delivers strong & steady Q3 results

Sunpower and First Solar’s joint yieldco beat guidance this quarter, while announcing a significant acquisition and $250 million in additional credit.

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