Berlin could help defuse land conflicts if it ‘privileges’ floating plants on opencast mine water bodies via dedicated tenders, says review by Fraunhofer ISE.
Developer taps Hanover group Talanx as buyer of 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, in sale announced four months after telling PV Tech of talks with suitors keen on the Statkraft-backed plant.
Asset manager Encavis acquires portfolio of five solar parks from renewable developer BayWa r.e., including zero-subsidy, PPA-backed 8.8MW Barth V in North Germany.
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.
Firm completes 14.5MWp Sekdoorn and 8.5MWp Tynaarlo in the Netherlands, tells PV Tech it will next build 27MWp Dutch successor and consider German floating forays.
Clean energy developer sets up shop in Seoul and tells PV Tech it is eyeing both utility-scale and C&I rooftop projects for its first pipeline in Asian state.
Renewable developer expands services business via purchase of Toronto-based maker of asset management software.
Firm walks PV Tech through rationale for smaller, merchant-exposed 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2 in Spain and why the firm is betting on Germany and Italy, but not Portugal.
Duo inks 12-year PPA for 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, already under construction just a few kilometres away from 175MWp predecessor near Spain's Seville.
Baywa's renewables arm, Baywa r.e., has boosted its North American solar wholesale business with the purchase of a five-year-old Canadian firm that sells solar equipment to the residential and commercial grid-tie markets as well as for industrial and small off-grid applications.
Firm tells PV Tech it recorded €750m orders for €500m placement on the Luxembourg stock exchange, with plans to invest proceeds in PV and wind plays.
ACORE: Industries become top targets of banks, asset managers as US faces policy dilemmas in path to US$1trn-by-2030 clean energy finance goal.
Coffee giant taps LevelTen platform to buy 146MW of solar and wind in North Carolina, Texas and the US Southwest, with plans for supply to begin in 2021.
BayWa r.e.’s solar boats and Ocean Sun’s panel membranes contend for spotlight at packed session in Munich, with audience probing into costs.
Industry must work with governments and companies to fight bureaucracy and costs holding back renewable purchases, BayWa survey finds as Intersolar kicks off.