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Big 22-Megawatt Rooftop Solar Deal For SunEdison & PermaCity In Los Angeles

SunEdison, one of the world’s leading solar power companies, is partnering with Los Angeles solar developer PermaCity to bring 22 megawatts (i.e., a lot) of solar power to more rooftops. Essentially, the deal is that SunEdison, which will install and operate the solar power systems, will together with PermaCity lease rooftops where the solar power systems will be installed. […]

February 15th

GRID Alternatives Launches Mid-Atlantic Expansion

At its recent Mid-Atlantic launch event, GRID Alternatives unveiled that it had donated solar panels to 10 Habitat for Humanity homes in Washington, DC’s Ivy City neighborhood. The panels will greatly reduce monthly utility bills, green up the neighborhood, and increase job opportunities. SunEdison, a global solar technology manufacturer and provider of solar energy services, actually announced the […]

September 29th

SunEdison & Saudi Arabia Looking At Building $6.4 Billion Solar PV Facility

The Saudi Arabian government, along with the noted solar developer SunEdison, is currently undertaking a feasibility study for a proposed $6.4 billion fully integrated solar PV manufacturing complex. The potential project would see the creation of a fully functional and complete “industrial ecosystem” — capable of doing everything from producing polysilicon to assembling PV modules. […]

February 10th

Top Solar Power Companies…

Want to know which are the top solar power companies in the US, or in the world? For a thorough look at solar power companies leading various solar power markets and holding various solar power records, check out our Solar Energy & Solar Power Facts page. However, for a look simply at the top solar module manufacturers […]

July 13th

Fox Energy, Foxconn Subsidiary, To Supply SunEdison With Solar Modules Manufactured In Mexico

I have a feeling this story is going to crumple some people’s mood. SunEdison, a leading utility-scale solar power company, has just signed an agreement to buy photovoltaic modules from Fox Energy, “the photovoltaic solar business subsidiary of Foxconn Technology.” The agreement is for 350 megawatts (MW) of solar modules that will be manufactured in Juarez, Mexico. […]

April 24th