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APS Approves Construction of 37 MW of Solar Power Plants

12.09.2010
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Arizona Public Service Co. has signed contracts for the construction of two photovoltaic power plants with a combined capacity of 37 megawatts. Both plants will be developed by SunEdison, with APS taking ownership at completion.

Phoenix Solar to Develop 2 MW Project in Greece

12.09.2010
Sulzemoss, Germany
The Greek subsidiary of Phoenix Solar is to build a solar power plant with a peak power of two megawatts in the vicinity of Nafpaktos in central Greece for Douneika Energy EE, a group of Greek investors.

ACME Tele Power Signs Module Supply Agreement With First Solar

12.09.2010
New Delhi, India
ACME Tele Power Ltd (ATPL) and First Solar have signed a module supply agreement. The agreement covers the supply of First Solar’s thin film modules to ACME for a 15 MW (DC) solar power plant in the state of Gujarat.

DuPont and Everbright Complete 1.3 MW Chinese Thin Film System

12.09.2010
Shenzhen, China
DuPont, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, DuPont Apollo and China Everbright International have completed an on-grid 1.3 megawatt rooftop photovoltaic installation at the DuPont Apollo production facility

Groundbreaking Event for George Washington Carver Elementary School's 503 Kilowatt Solar Energy System to Be Held December 13, 2010

12.09.2010
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Project is part of Maryland Energy Administration's Project SunburstStandard Solar, Inc., a leader in the full-service development, installation and financing of solar electric systems for commercial, government and residential customers, and its joint venture partner Perpetual Energy Systems LLC (Perpetual), a comprehensive financier of solar powered renewable...

The World's Smallest Solar-Powered Movie Theater

Solar-powered Movie Theater trailer
12.09.2010
Los Angeles, California, United States
Admit it, we're pretty demanding of our movie theaters: IMAX screens, seat shaking sound and glorious AC are the bare minimum. Sol Cinema offers a different experience. It's a glorified trailer that fits 8 people and is completely solar powered. The UK-based Sol Cinema is 100% powered by the Sun. 

Rimas Supplies 64 MW Turnkey Module Line

12.08.2010
Beringe, Netherlands
Eclipsall Energy Corporation, a Canadian solar enterprise that was founded in 2009 to coincide with the launch of Ontario's Green Energy Act, has announced a $10 million investment and launch of a PV solar panel manufacturing plant in the Greater Toronto Area.