Figures from energy watchdog RAE show latest PV-specific tender has triggered 148.64MW in bids, down from the 287.11MW pot of contracts offered by Athens.
The World Bank's International Finance Corporation (IFC) will act as the transaction advisor for the forthcoming tenders, which will be for 400MW and 500MW respectively.
Country grants 129.4MW worth of contracts to 267 rooftop schemes, with prices averaging €97.48/MWh for smaller arrays and €86.54/MWh for larger peers.
Hybrid set to go live in 2022 will help the US island territory wean itself off tanker-shipped petroleum as it works towards clean energy objectives.
US$320 million project is unveiled as Brazil prepares for energy auction on October 18, set to jettison the Latin American state's PV capacity to new heights.
Win by UAE firm marks one of lowest tariffs seen to date in emerging solar, says World Bank's IFC as it backs maiden Scaling Solar tender in Central Asian state.
Auction-backed Solem plant was Cubico’s first American solar venture and took around two years to conclude development at its site in Aguascalientes.
Denmark outlines terms of tech-neutral tender, German Greens move against PV subsidy cap, Switzerland proposes shift to auctions, the Netherlands launches new subsidy round.
New incentive programme meant to help kingdom meet 60GW-by-2030 renewable target sees the light in the wake of Abqiaq drone strike and oil price uncertainty..
Launch of €100m complex in Castilla-La Mancha region comes as JinkoSolar lands deal to supply Cheetah modules to subsidy-free separate 300MW project in Cáceres.
Country will join Chile and others to push for Latin American 70%-by-2030 renewable goal, Iván Duque says in New York event as 100.5MW solar project gets green license.
Andrés Manuel López Obrador government will only hold renewable tender it cancelled in February if state-run utility CFE is given time to grow, official says at event.
Connection of 85MW Totana installation brings Spanish grid power from €59m project, one of Enel’s seven to reap contracts at two-year-old tender.
Azure Power and Mahindra Susten were the reverse auctions' big winners, winning 370MW and 450MW respectively across both tenders.
The southeast Asian state's "relatively favourable investment environment," its thriving domestic solar manufacturing industry and "low political, economic and operating risks" will spur solar development, according to Fitch.