SOLON Corporation, one of the largest providers of turnkey solar power plants and manufacturer of crystalline silicon solar modules in the U.S., today announced an agreement with UniSource Energy Services that will bring a 1.22 megawatt solar system to Kingman, Arizona.
The Benson City Council is scheduled Monday to consider approval of a rezoning to allow construction of a 200-megawatt solar farm, and possibly a large computer data center, east of Arizona 90 in an outlying area of the city.
The following commentary comes from an independent investor or market observer as part of TheStreet’s guest contributor program, which is separate from the company’s news coverage. NEW YORK (Trefis) — First Solar recently announced plans to build a solar module factory in Mesa, Ariz. The factory will boost First Solar’s annual production capacity by more Read More
SunPower Corp. today announced that construction is underway on a 3.5-megawatt SunPower solar power system at Macy’s, Inc. online fulfillment center in Goodyear, Ariz. The system will deliver the equivalent of 70 percent of the 600,000-square-foot building’s electricity demand, and is expected to be the largest solar system on a single rooftop in the U.S. Read More
TUCSON, Ariz.—-Tucson based SOLON Corporation, one of the largest crystalline silicon solar module manufacturers in the U.S. and provider of turnkey solar power plants, today announced an agreement with Tucson Electric Power Company that will bring a 1.6 megawatt turnkey solar power plant to Tucson.
PHOENIX (AP) – The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved construction of a $2 billion solar generating plant near Gila Bend. The Solana Generating Station planned by Abengoa Solar Inc. of Spain will provide 280 megawatts of electricity to Arizona Public Service.
Pacific Blue Energy Corp. (PBEC) will be partnering with Siliken Renewable Energy to build the Sunshine Solar Farm. Together, the companies will submit a bid to a local utility to develop a 15-megawatt (MW) solar farm on 154.3 acres near Flagstaff, Arizona.
India’s drive to ramp up solar capacity may trigger a stampede of firms from Asia, Europe and North America, chasing a share of the $3.5 billion of business up for grabs by 2013 and trampling over smaller domestic players.