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$2.2 Billion, 1 Gigawatt Solar Project In Kenya Moves Forward

Originally published on Solar Love. Last Friday, North America’s SkyPower announced that it would be signing a solar deal with Kenya for a 1 gigawatt (1,000 megawatt), $2.2 billion development project. SkyPower released a media advisory last Friday, which announced that the self-proclaimed “world’s largest developer and owner of utility-scale PV energy projects” … [continued]

SunEdison Official Named ‘Solar Power Person Of The Year’

SunEdison’s dominance in the global renewable energy business has received yet another stamp of approval at the Renewable World 2015 convention held recently at New Delhi. Pashupathy Gopalan, SunEdison’s President of Asia-Pacific and Sub-Saharan Africa, was named the ‘Solar Power Person of the Year’ during the Renewable World International Convention in … [continued]

Seychelles Signs Renewable Energy Deal With Masdar

Masdar and The Abu Dhabi Development Fund have extended financial help to another island nation struggling with limited energy resources. The island nation of Seychelles, located in the Indian Ocean, has signed an agreement with Masdar to develop renewable energy projects. As per the agreement, Masdar will set up wind energy … [continued]

SunEdison Continues Spending Spree By Acquiring Vivint Solar & Mark Group

Update: The Vivint Solar acquisition never went through, and SunEdison tumbled dramatically into bankruptcy. SunEdison has continued its absurdly prolific acquisition spree this week, announcing the purchase of Vivint Solar in conjunction with its yieldco TerraForm Power, and a separate acquisition of the British company Mark Group. SunEdison, in partnership … [continued]

Solar PV YieldCo Is A Gamechanger

Originally published on By Peter F Varadi The invention of the YieldCo is a gamechanger that will enable spectacular growth of solar PV, writes solar pioneer Peter F. Varadi. According to Varadi, the PV YieldCo offers significant advantages over investments in fossil fuel power: no fuel supply is needed, … [continued]