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Origis sweeps up the 2nd-largest solar project in the South

The Miami-based developer and asset owner has acquired First Solar’s GA Solar 4 project, which clocks in at 200 MW-AC as the 2nd-largest solar project in the U.S. South and east of the Mississippi to date.

100 MW of desert solar moving from developer to investor

D. E. Shaw Renewable Investments has acquired an under construction 100 MW solar power project being built by First Solar in Kern County, California, which will feature the large-format Series 6 module.

SolarEdge charges into storage market with Kokam acquisition

The power electronics maker will buy 75% of Kokam’s shares for $88 million, with an intent to acquire the remainder thereafter. Strategic company acquisitions and close partnerships are characterizing this year’s inverter market, as companies seek to diversify and integrate storage systems and other technologies.

Constellation dives deeper in California’s C&I market with PFMG acquisition

The Exelon subsidiary buying up PFMG follows on a long history of collaboration between the two companies.

Solar funding moves from companies to projects

Mercom Capital’s latest report shows sustained low levels of funding for solar companies but strong investment in solar projects and many acquisitions.

Con Edison absorbs Johnson Controls’ battery management solutions

Under what is being described as a JV, Con Edison will offer Johnson Controls’ systems for control and management of batteries to a wider audience, and give ConEd another arrow in its quiver of clean energy solutions.

Nautilus acquires 6.6 MW community solar project in Prince George’s County

The project on several sites on a landfill will become the second made available to community solar customers of PEPCO’s Maryland service area.

SunPower makes good on its promise to manufacture in America

The high-efficiency PV maker has closed on SolarWorld’s Oregon factory, which will transition from SolarWorld products to SunPower’s P-type shingled modules.

Los Angeles households to get 121 MW of solar power from 8minutenergy

8minutenergy has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its interest in the 121 MW-DC Springbok 3 Solar Farm to Capital Dynamics. The project has a 27-year contract to sell power to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

RBI goes more vertical with Solar BOS

The combination of these companies offerings shows that one plus one sometimes equals three.

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