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OPIC funds $253 million in overseas solar during 2017

The U.S. government’s lender for U.S. interests operating in developing markets increased clean energy financing in 2017, despite the arrival of the Trump Administration and an ongoing investigation.

Trump opens the door for specific products to be excluded from tariffs

The President’s proclamation provides a path for specific products to apply for exemption from tariffs, which had been sought by both SunPower and the government of Korea. Additionally, imports from a number of developing nations are exempt as long as import levels remain small.

Record quarter for SolarEdge: 22% growth in Q3

Revenue for the power electronics company rises 22% sequentially in third quarter to reach $167 million, with more than 676 MW of inverters shipped

SolarEdge Q2 2017 financials show record 35% gross margin

Israeli module level power electronics firm posts highest gross margin to date despite slowdown in U.S. residential market, which remains the firm’s chief revenue stream.

AlionEnergy Readies New Tracker First Install

Richmond, CA-based AlionEnergy expects the first commercial installation of its new tracker system as early as February.

World’s cheapest solar power contract signed for Dubai mega-project

DEWA has signed a $29.90/MWh PPA with Masdar for the 800 MW third phase of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum solar park.

IdeemaTec Wins Tracker Projects in U.S. Southeast

IdeemaTec, the Wallerfing, Germany-based tracker manufacturer, announced at SPI that it has won new projects in Georgia and Tennessee following the opening of its first U.S. office in Charlotte, in July.

First Solar reports successes in Turkey and India

The thin film maker and developer reports 160 MW-DC of PV module orders in Turkey, while putting 130 MW-AC of projects online in India.

IRENA forecasts 59% solar PV price reduction by 2025

New report from the International Renewable Energy Agency suggests that the average cost for electricity generated by solar PV could decrease by as much as 59% by 2025 compared to 2015 prices.

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