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REC Solar Adds To Commercial Solar Pipeline And Talent With Stellar Energy Acquisition

San Luis Obispo, Calif.-based REC Solar has acquired Rohnert Park, Calif.-based Stellar Energy. Both companies have a strong focus on commercial and industrial (C&I) solar projects. Al Bucknam, CEO [Read More]
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Advanced Energy Industries Inc. (AE) is closing down its solar inverter business, which is operated under AE Solar Energy Inc., AEI Power GmbH [Read More]

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SolarCity's Homebuilder Program is now offering a new energy storage service and a low, fixed-rate solar power offering for California homebuilders and their [Read More]


Andalay Solar Inc., a supplier of integrated solar power systems, says its Instant Connect module is now compatible with power optimizers supplied by [Read More]


Colorado-based Clean Energy Collective (CEC) has launched its Community Solar Platform (CSP) suite of software tools and services for utilities, solar developers and [Read More]

Germany-based THEnergy reports that French energy authorities published a tender in May for 50 MW of solar plants with at least 25 MW/25 [Read More]


California-based 8point3 Energy Partners LP, a yieldco formed by First Solar Inc. and SunPower Corp., has priced an initial public offering (IPO) of [Read More]

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Suniva Inc. says its Optimus solar modules are now powering the Michigan Army National Guard's Fort Custer. The Suniva panels were procured from AEE Solar by general contractor L.D. Dosca and installed by Four Elements [Read More]

NEXTracker has signed supply agreements with Blattner Energy for over 1 GW of single-axis solar trackers. The NEXTracker trackers, certified to stringent UL2703 requirements, will be deployed in Blattner Energy projects throughout North America over [Read More]

Content Solar Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tampa, Fla.-based WRB Enterprises, has signed a financial agreement with the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corp. (OPIC) in support of a 20 MW grid-connected solar photovoltaic project [Read More]

Australia-based Infigen Energy has agreed to sell its U.S. solar development pipeline to a global solar energy company for $37.9 million subject to certain working capital-related adjustments. On closing the transaction, Infigen will receive approximately [Read More]

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