SunEdison eyeing plans for the world's largest solar PV farm

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US solar giant is reportedly preparing to announce plans to build a 60MW plant in Italy

US solar energy firm SunEdison looks set to accelerate its push into the booming southern European solar market with plans to build the world's largest photovoltaic solar power plant in Italy. According...

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