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First Solar Buys 15 MW Ontario Project

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First Solar, the Tempe, Ariz. maker of thin-film photovoltaic panels, has agreed to acquire a 15-megawatt solar project in Ontario from Helios Energy, a Toronto-based developer.

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Exclusive: Wind Developer RES Eyes $2B Revenues From Project Sales

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Wind developer Renewable Energy Systems — Americas (RES) expects that by the end of the year it will have generated about $2 billion in revenues from the sale of wind power projects in the U.S. and Canada, Chief Financial Officer Richard Ashby tells G.E.R.

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Cedar Point Wind Energy Project: Vestas to Supply 250 MW of Turbines

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Vestas won an order for 250 megawatts of wind turbines this morning from Renewable Energy Systems Americas for the Cedar Point Wind Energy Project.

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First Solar Sells 550 MW To PG&E, Southern California Edison

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Thin-film photovoltaic maker and plant developer First Solar  has sold the 550-megawatt output of its Desert Sunlight photovoltaic solar project to Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE) — See here for the full release.

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TransAlta Sweetens Bid for Canadian Hydro Developers

What will the cleantech company of the future look like? For a glimpse, take a look at Monday’s announcement from Calgary-based TransAlta (TSX: TA; NYSE: TAC), one of Canada’s largest power producers, which agreed to pay C$1.6 billion ($1.48 billion) for Canadian Hydro Developers (TSX: KHD), a developer with 6,000 megawatts of clean power projects…

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Details emerge on Enbridge Purchase of Ontario Solar Farm

Enbridge, a Canadian pipeline operator, is set to pay First Solar some C$100 million ($93.14 million) for a 20 megawatt, Ontario-based PV solar farm, an industry source tells us.In the press release announcing the sale, Calgary-based Enbridge says it plans to invest about C$100 million in solar energy for 2009, which only has three months…

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