Trina Solar Rated Top Bankable Module Supplier by Bloomberg

China’s photovoltaic modules manufacturer Trina Solar, has received a top rating in the latest module bankability report, published by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF). After having obtained the top spot among all its industry peers in the previous 2016 report, Trina Solar has now once again been rated bankable by 100% of the banks, EPCs, consultants and industry experts participating in the BNEF survey.

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HelioPower Successfully Emerges from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

HelioPower, Inc., a leading solar power integration firm based in California, announced this week that it has successfully completed its corporate and financial reorganization. The reorganization plan, under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code, substantially de-leverages the company’s ongoing business and stabilizes the financial health of the business.

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Nuera Solar and Solar Village Project partnership to bring solar power systems to communities in Africa, India and Polynesia

Nuera Solar announced this week a partnership with the Solar Village Project, a non-profit organization that delivers light and power to communities in Africa, India, and Polynesia. The partnership is part of the Nuera Gives Initiative, and with the partnership Nuera Solar will provide a solar power system to the Solar Village Project for each solar system that the company installs.
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Solaris expands its product range from off-grid solar power manufacturers

Solaris Technology Industry, Inc., announced this week it has added a series of new solar energy brands to its renewable energy portfolio for purchase through www.solaris-shop.com,  focusing on serving a wider market of off-grid customers seeking various solar energy products for their boat, RV, home, and business among other sites that could benefit from turning to photovoltaic energy sources.

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Tamesol’s production facility in Spain is acquired by London-based firm

Solar International Group Ltd (ISG), a British multinational based in London and with a branch in Spain, has taken over Tamesol, a Catalan business specializing in the manufacture of photovoltaic panels and systems, through the acquisition of its production facility in Girona, Spain.

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