16 November '10
4:15 PM UTC
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Solar Millennium’s Amargosa Project Gets Federal Approval

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has awarded German solar thermal developer Solar Millennium a crucial federal permit supporting the construction of a 500 megawatts solar power plant in Nevada. Read More »

9 November '10
12:26 PM UTC
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Chinese Solar Developer Secures $100M Financing for U.S. Projects

A Chinese developer of solar photovoltaic power plants has scored  a $100 million investment from a major U.S. bank to support the development of its U.S. project pipeline. Read More »

5 November '10
11:17 AM UTC
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NJ Power Company Eyeing Solar Acquisitions

A Princeton, N.J.-based  power company is on the acquisition trail to significantly boost its solar generation portfolio. Read More »

3 November '10
10:46 AM UTC
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Solyndra to Shutter Old Facility, Lay Off Workers

President Obama at Solyndra

Solyndra, the solar panel maker that last year attracted a $535 million federal loan guarantee for its new factory, will close an older factory and lay off workers, according to .

Solyndra Chief Executive Officer Brian Harrison said that the Fab 2 facility, which opened seven weeks ago, is much more efficient than its current facility, Fab 1. The company is also scaling back its plan for total production capacity, which it expected to be 610 megawatts by 2013 but now will be approximately 300 MW. Read More »

2 November '10
10:41 AM UTC
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First Reserve Closes €276M Financing

First Reserve,  the energy-focused private equity fund, has secured long-term bank debt, supporting its acquisition of a 70 megawatts solar photovoltaic power plant in Northeast Italy. Read More »

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