Projects & Contracts – Page 512

Conergy Secures Solar-Grade Wafer Supply

Posted by SI Staff on October 26, 2007

MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. and Conergy have executed a definitive agreement for MEMC to supply solar-grade silicon wafers to Conergy. Under the terms of the definitive agreement, MEMC will supply solar wafers to Conergy over a 10-year period, with predetermined [Read More]

MEMC, Gintech Announce $700 Million Amendment

Posted by SI Staff on October 26, 2007

MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. and Gintech Energy Corp. of Taiwan have executed an amendment to their existing definitive agreement for MEMC to supply solar-grade silicon wafers to Gintech. Under the terms of the amendment, MEMC will supply additional solar wafers [Read More]

Suntech Contracts With Asia Silicon

Posted by SI Staff on October 26, 2007

Suntech Power Holdings Co. Ltd., a manufacturer of PV cells and modules, has entered into a definitive contract with Asia Silicon Co. Ltd. to purchase high-purity polysilicon from Asia Silicon with a total value of up to $1.5 billion over [Read More]

CTDC, Terra Solar Sign MOU

Posted by SI Staff on October 26, 2007

China Technology Development Group Corp. (CTDC), a provider of renewable energy solutions and network security focusing in the solar energy business in China, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Terra Solar Global Inc., a U.S.-based PV technology research [Read More]

Colorado Hospital Expands Solar Capacity

Posted by SI Staff on October 19, 2007

Boulder Community Foothills Hospital in Boulder, Colo., is adding a 37 kW SunPower solar system on a roof awning of its main facility. This is the hospital's second solar installation – it recently completed the addition of a 28 kW [Read More]

Can Windy Ridge Park Live Up To Its Name?

Posted by SI Staff on October 17, 2007

Two companies are taking the name of Maryland's Windy Ridge Park literally, with a plan to install small wind turbines for generating electricity to power the neighboring town of Mount Airy. The Associated Press reports that a pair of renewable [Read More]

Solar Power Completes Juvenile Detention Facility PV System

Posted by SI Staff on October 15, 2007

Roseville, Calif.-based Solar Power Inc. has completed work on a 400 kW photovoltaic (PV) system that will provide a majority of the electricity required to power the 43,195 square-foot Placer County juvenile detention facility in California. ‘The primary goal of [Read More]

Our Solar-Powered Lady of Fatima

Posted by SI Staff on October 12, 2007

One of the world's largest churches is getting its power from above, both literally and figuratively. The Times of London reports that the new $113 million Church of the Holy Trinity at Fatima, Portugal, is a 130,000 square-foot structure that [Read More]

Solar Option For New Florida Luxury Homes

Posted by SI Staff on October 08, 2007

ICI Homes, a luxury community developer in Ormond Beach, Fla., is now offering optional solar power in their Sunshine State homes. Steve Reeger, ICI Homes' special projects coordinator, explains there will be no need for a bulky photovoltaic panel installation, [Read More]

Meyer Burger, Trina Solar Sign Delivery Program

Posted by SI Staff on October 03, 2007

Meyer Burger Technology AG, a Switzerland-based specialized cutting and slicing systems manufacturer, has signed a contract to supply cutting and slicing equipment to Trina Solar Ltd. until 2010, covering the entire demand of band, wire and ID saws of Trina [Read More]