Managing director recounts EPC's journey to the heart of Malaysia's current large-scale solar boom and lays out expansion plans in Vietnam and the Philippines.
Middle Eastern kingdom launches third round of renewable programme to find developers for four solar plants, adding to the six PV projects yet to be awarded under the second round.
World Bank body will back competitive bidding process for lowland PV plant, hoped by its sponsors to be the first of series in land-scarce, overcrowded Asian country.
ADB will support plans by Southeast Asian state to auction 350-400MW pipeline of two projects this year and next, in a bid to drive competition after a subsidy rush congested the grid.
Sharp Energy Solutions has placed Vietnam’s solar market firmly in its crosshairs with the establishment of a new development JV.
The Beijing-backed development bank wants a slice of renewables action in one of the world's fastest-growing PV markets and will be offering sub-loans to private players via the Development and Investment Bank of Turkey.
SECI approves scheme that will see annual PV batches of 500MW deployed potentially anywhere in India every year until 2025, with supply underpinned by PPA with US$0.041/kWh tariff.
Chinese firm boasts of dominance in the continent and market hold in Southeast Asia and Australia as deliveries reach the three-digit-gigawatt threshold across the globe.
APAC Director of Projects spells out how new solar distribution centre in the Philippines fits in BayWa r.e.’s broader plan to become renewable frontrunner in Asia-Pacific.
Former solar manufacturer signals end of shift to pureplay development as it relocates from Shanghai and names new CEO Yumin Liu and CFO Ke Chen.
The transaction is awaiting regulatory approval and will see Mitsubishi take 80% stake in company with Chubu holding the remaining 20%.
Claims that net-zero goal and 2.5TW of PV are ‘technically and economically feasible’ by mid-century come as reports suggest Beijing could axe large-scale PV subsidies next year.
UAE firm unveils construction timeline as it signs PPA for 100MW solar project in Navoiy region, which it was contracted to develop after tabling bid of US$0.027/kWh earlier this year.
Two-sided panels and support to distributors will help keep up with low-priced rivals and hit 500MW-600MW in module sales to Brazil next year, A-rated firm tells PV Tech at meeting in China.
Project in Sirdarya follows Helios’ deal for 40MW extension to 300MW-plus Namagan complex and adds to PV growth in Central Asian state, lately known for ultra-cheap solar ventures.