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San Diego cans SunEdison public projects

San Diego was forced recently to cancel 65 solar PV projects in its territory that were planned late last year with SunEdison after the developer advised the city that its deadlines would slip.

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TerraForm adopts shareholder rights plan as Brookfield & Appaloosa attempt takeover

The yieldco’s “poison pill” was created to prevent sale of more than 15% of the company’s class A stock and to keep bidders from blocking the sale of the company.

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SunEdison prepares to sell TerraForm Global

The bankrupt renewable energy developer appears to be fishing for bidders for TerraForm Global, as many investors seem to prefer buying pieces instead of the whole SunEdison empire.

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Mercom: Battery storage, smart grid VC investments double in Q2 2016

While there has been a downturn in solar funding, battery and smart grid investments had a very strong quarter.

Mercom: Total corporate funding for solar falls to lowest level in three years

Both private equity and debt funding were down significantly in Q2 and public market financing remains weak, but distributed solar project funds continue to boom.

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SunPower, First Solar and SunEdison cornered 44% of North American O&M market in 2015: IHS

Analysis by IHS reveals how the three solar firms captured almost half of the operations and maintenance market last year, which grew to more than $300 million.

GTAT bounces back with large polysilicon orders

The American equipment maker has made its first announcement of large equipment orders since exiting bankruptcy in March. Yesterday U.S. polysilicon, solar and sapphire equipment maker GT Advanced Technologies (GTAT) announced that it had received several new orders for polysilicon production equipment since exiting bankruptcy in March. The company reports a particularly large order for […]

North American solar investors concerned about H2 oversupply

Deutsche Bank released some market analysis, addressing the concerns of North American solar investors, who fear a potential PV oversupply is on the horizon, changes to net metering policies, and rising Chinese competition. After an extremely impressive start to 2016, when solar dominated new power generation in the U.S., North American investors have been expressing some […]

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