Cleantech Solar has penned a power purchase agreement with retail giant Tesco Group, covering 19 rooftop installs for its Asia-focused Tesco Lotus range of stores.
C&I systems can already hit grid parity without need for government money across all major urban centres but profitability is mixed on a region-by-region basis, researchers say.
Developer Sola Group partners with institutional duo to raise ZAR400m for PPA-backed pipeline, meant to bring down C&I costs by aggregating deals.
Businesses can claim up to US$23,600 if they install solar for self-consumption.
Japanese gas firm moves into Southeast Asian renewables through joint venture with Thailand's Energy Pro Corporation.
Installers initially balked at applying innovation to 2.5MW Norwegian PV rooftop but came around after learning costs would drop by 10-15%, firm tells PV Tech.
Significant deployment uptick expected for the next two years even as sector faces land acquisition and network challenges, says Bridge to India report.
Norwegian firm to seek FiT support for 485MW pipeline, Sunseap's PV rooftop switched on at diaper factory, Indian solar raises more than coal.
Energy minister also launches new SEDA website with NEM calculator and solar directories.
BayWa r.e. to build its first Germany-based solar PV system without subsidies in the far north of the country.
Epho used Trina Solar's modules to meet anti-glare requirements from the airport.
IPP makes financial investment decision for its first ever scheme for group of corporate offtakers, a 130MW plant in Durango.
EDF signs PPA for 60MW PV project near Athens, Daystar Power partners with Swedish investment platform to finance solar in West Africa, Solar energy from Total to power GAC Dubai’s warehouses.
Sale plans by financial owner follows years of meteoric growth of firm owning 500MW PV portfolio for businesses in India, Middle East and South East Asia.
Firm's CEO tells PV Tech that energy storage components are likely in several of the C&I projects for 30% Thai crown-owned building material company.