The Chinese polysilicon and PV maker will buy three of SunEdison’s manufacturing businesses involved in polysilicon production up until cell production, amid rumors that it is also planning to make a bid for SunEdison’s controlling stake in TerraForm Power.
While the solar-specific charge was dropped as part of a settlement, the utility will increase fixed charges on its Texas customers.
A report by Meister Consultants lays out the pathways to increase corporate use of renewable energy, and the states where these policies have the most potential.
The carving up of SunEdison’s holdings has formally begun.
The U.S. subsidiary of the German-headquartered solar developer will build the single-axis tracking solar plant in Texas, which will supply electricity to the U.S. military.
GTM Research and the U.S. solar trade group forecast that Texas will install 4.6 GW of solar PV over the next five years, nearly all of which will be utility-scale.
Texas at scale: Texas has been only a modest solar market to date, but that is changing fast. A boom started by municipal utilities and enabled by free transmission is expected to lead to a massive amount of utility-scale solar coming online over the
next five years, and even more over the next decade.
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