Firm sees slight revenue dip and minor EBITDA jump in first nine months of year when overseas PV portfolio reached 1.138GW, with new solar plays in Europe and America.
Spanish firm will source the energy for the plant from a mix of its Chilean renewables operations.
The Spanish company expects that 1.2GW – or 40% of the total capacity purchased from the American IPP – to be live by 2023.
Usya plant enters construction as developer works to deploy 400MW solar and wind pipeline in South American state by early 2020.
Local developer UDP Renewables chosen for new €30.6m scheme after joining Acciona to deliver a first 57.6MW plant in Kyiv region.
Installation planned in Queensland progresses through permitting process after receiving go-ahead from state’s independent coordinator-general.
Firms to each own half of 186MWp capacity (150MW rated) built with US$180 million investment at government-sponsored Benban complex.
ACCIONA Energía has started construction on a 57MW PV installation in Dymerka, northern Ukraine, that will see the company invest approximately US$64 million in the site.
LATAM Airlines Group has signed an agreement to have 80% of its energy consumption in Chile powered by renewable projects of Acciona Energia from September this year.
JA Solar will provide 404MW of modules for a major project in Mexico.
Acciona and Tuto Energy, who each own a 50% stake in the 404MW Puerto Libertad solar project in Sonora, Mexico, have signed a financing agreement for the project of up to US$264 million with four banks.
Acciona Energía plans to develop a pair of PV projects in Chile over the next three years that will boast a combined generation capacity of 126MW.
Sunsure commissions 20MW solar project in Karnataka, Power for all scheme comes to Meghalaya, Acciona launches the second round of accelerator for infrastructure and renewable energy startups.
Acciona Energia, the renewables subsidiary of ACCIONA Group, and Enara — the renewable energy platform of Saudi company Swicorp — have started construction on three PV projects totaling 150MW in Egypt.
The National Mining Company of Chile (ENAMI) has contracted Acciona Energía to supply 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources starting in April this year.