This year’s review of the U.S. trade ruling on Chinese PV cells would otherwise keep duties at similar levels to previous years, but it is expected that few companies will end up paying them.
SunEdison Semiconductor has agreed to allow the transfer of intellectual property to the world’s largest polysilicon and wafer maker, which is seeking to develop FBR polysilicon.
The New Mexico power producer has always wanted to serve its customers with renewable energy, but was severely limited by a previous contract. Now, thanks to a landmark FERC ruling and a new ‘angel’ wholesale-electricity supplier, the co-op can finally reach its goals.
The federal energy regulatory body wants to compel current wholesale electricity suppliers to let DER providers, including storage, to compete in the markets. This follows regulatory action on DER in New York and California.
SunEdison under restructuring officer John S. Dubel has put out a note to “clarify” its position on the settlement process, which may not be entirely easy.
While those within the U.S. are understandably nervy after Trump’s victory, global observers have taken a more sanguine view on the potential impact of his Presidency on solar markets.
TerraForm Power has sent a draft settlement agreement to SunEdison creditors under which claims would be settled, noting that it prefers a “collaborative” process.
North Carolina regulators have offered the company relief on a complaint by seven solar developers, but have served complaints against the power company for three other projects.
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