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.
Executive meets PV Tech in Shanghai to discuss the markets and product lines the Shanxi-headquartered manufacturer will focus on as it aims to double production next year.
Colossal scheme planned for the Saemangeum Seawall dyke on the southwest coast was approved in July and will help South Korea meet its 20%-by-2030 green energy target.
Former university spin-off shares ambitions for 300,000 unit sales next year and dedicated American and European subsidiaries as it gives PV Tech a tour of its Hangzhou production line.
New handbook is meant to guide developers through plant design, energy yields, green impacts, financial risks and other barriers slowing segment's growth to becoming 400GWp market.
Recognition at event in Penang finds module maker in midst of geographic repositioning, with plans to earmark four-fifths of its 2019 shipments to markets beyond China.
Motech, AUO and other industry players speak candidly at Energy Taiwan 2019 summit of how diversification and a strategic reboot have helped turn the page from fallout and layoffs.
Government must walk the talk and address land scarcity and other bottlenecks if it hopes to deliver its 20GW-by-2025 PV capacity target, local operators warn at Energy Taiwan 2019.
Opening of annual summit this week sees island flex muscle as clean energy innovation hub but can its PV makers bounce back after years of battering by rivals in mainland China?
Australian renewables investor Lyon Group has penned an agreement with China Huadian Corporation which will see the duo co-develop and invest in power-plus-battery energy storage systems across Australia, China and other Asian markets.
Carbon Tracker analysis urges Asian state to ditch coal investments after finding solar will fully outcompete fossil fuel by 2025, followed by wind power in 2027.
The equity transfer comes weeks after Meralco launched a 2MW/2MWh battery electric storage system 50km north of Manila that will work to stabilise energy from a 3.8MW solar farm.
China-backed Cauchari complex hits one-million-panel mark after completion of second and third stages and could see Jujuy province produce 3GW of solar power within 10 years.