Tagged PV

Primergy Solar secures credit line from Rabobank

By Renewable Energy World Solar and energy storage developer Primergy Solar said it closed with Rabobank a $75 million revolving credit facility with the option to increase it up to $200 million. The facility is expected to be used to support the company’s solar and solar+storage project development pipeline across the U.S. Its near-term portfolio…

Mitsubishi Power to add 150 MW/600 MWh BESS projects at three solar sites

By Kevin Clark Mitsubishi Power plans to supply three utility-scale battery energy storage system (BESS) projects in the southeastern U.S. Totaling 150 MW/600 MWh, the BESS projects will be co-located with three Origis Energy photovoltaic solar facilities. Mitsubishi Power said the projects will likely come online in the next two years. Origis will use Mitsubishi…

Connecticut town adds solar arrays to 7 municipal buildings

By Kelsey Misbrener The Town of Manchester is proud to announce the installation of solar PV systems at seven municipal buildings, including six schools. The solar systems are projected to save the town more than $100,000 annually in energy costs and more than $2.1 million over the term of the power purchase agreements (PPA). These…

100-MW Texas solar project using Erthos ground surface mounts

By Billy Ludt Erthos, the creator of Earth Mount Solar PV, a solar mounting solution that secures panels flat to the ground, signed an agreement with Industrial Sun for a utility-scale solar project in Texas. Although the exact size of the plant has not yet been disclosed, Erthos has revealed that the project exceeds 100…

Imagegewinn: RWE baut PV-Kraftwerk in Hambach

By Solarserver Photovoltaik statt Braunkohle: mit einem imageträchtigen Solarpark versucht RWE den Tagebau Hambach positiv zu besetzen. Das 17 MW-Projekt hatte einen Zuschlag bei der jüngsten Ausschreibung erhalten. Foto: RWE Read Full Article Here For more great articles: RSS Solar News

Secure Solar Futures installs 313-kW array atop Virginia homeless shelter

By Billy Ludt This month, CARITAS began powering its one-of-a-kind recovery and homeless services facility in Richmond, Virginia, with solar power. Secure Solar Futures of Staunton installed 782 Heliene photovoltaic solar panels, comprising the largest solar power system at any facility serving homeless people in Virginia, and possibly on the East Coast. The 313-kW solar…

© 2014 RenewaNews