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Aalborg CSP restarts production in China

China seems to have succeeded in turning the curve of coronavirus around, and as a result Aalborg CSP has resumed work with the production of boiler components for a solar energy project with storage.

Oman solar plant reaches financial closure

A consortium consisting of ACWA Power, GIC and AEPC has achieved the financial closure for the 500 MW solar photovoltaic Independent Power Project (IPP) at Ibri in the Sultanate of Oman.


Construction commences on EnBW solar park

EnBW is constructing its 'Weesow-Willmersdorf' solar park with an installed output of 187 MW located northeast of Berlin in Werneuchen, Brandenburg, Germany.

Canadian Solar secures funding for Italian portfolio

Canadian Solar Inc. has announced that it has secured a €55 million bilateral Revolving Credit Facility with Intesa Sanpaolo to fund the construction of a 151 MWp portfolio of solar photovoltaic projects in Italy.

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Boralex solar projects selected by New York State

Boralex Inc. has announced that four of its solar projects have been selected by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, as part of its 2019 Renewable Energy Standard Solicitation for the purchase of New York Tier-1 Eligible RECs.

BELECTRIC builds solar project in India

BELECTRIC is further increasing its footprint in India’s ever-growing solar industry by completing a solar project on behalf of Fortum Solar India Private Limited.

SunPower awards installation dealers

During the annual SunPower Dealer Conference this week, the company recognised seven of its installation dealers for exceptionally designed and deployed solar projects commissioned in 2019.

Canadian solar signs PPA with Amazon

Canadian Solar Inc. has announced that its subsidiary Canadian Solar Australia has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) with Amazon.

Paris airports to be supplied with solar power

By 2021, Axpo's subsidiary Urbasolar will build three solar plants in France to produce solar power for the Paris airports. The plants will cover around 10% of the electricity needed by the airports Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Le Bourget.