01 Oct '13, 5pm

US Solar Company To Build Unsubsidized 70 MW Solar Farm In Chile

Several solar PV module companies have begun to diversify and jump into the solar developer realm in order to improve their finances and take even more advantage of the booming solar market. US SunPower is one such company. SunPower has long been a leader in commercial solar module efficiency , and also one of the top 10 (or even often top 5) solar module producers in the world. The company has quickly jumped into the hot Chile solar market . SunPower is now set to build Project Salvador, an unsubsidized 70MWp PV power plant in the Atacama Desert region of Chile.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2013/10/01/us-solar-company-buil...

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