Chairman Guinand says new funding evidences firm's "long-term commitment and confidence" in the Caribbean island, whose grid was decimated by Hurricane Maria in 2017.
Chile and Colombia steer coordinated push by 10 countries to reach an average 70% green energy share by 2030, setting the scene for the rise of a 312GW renewable fleet over the next decade.
A draft version of the Resilient National Energy Transition Strategy outlines aims to pilot energy storage projects on the British Overseas Territory, and install up to 7MW total of distributed PV in four years.
The Swiss battery firm claims that the project will be the largest solar-plus-storage facility in the Caribbean.
Asset manager MPC Capital takes over PPA-backed project, set to cost US$7.5m and enter construction in Q4 2019.
Government signs off on construction of US$110m project by Natural Energy World Corporation, paving way for marked PV boost in Caribbean nation.
Siemens urges island to seize window of solid economics and add 1.8GW of PV and 920MW of battery storage by 2023, rebuilding grid ruined by storm Maria.
WoodMac: Solar will play key role as microgrids more than double by 2024 on US island territory, helping mend a grid decimated by hurricane Maria in 2017.
Government and World Bank hire impact investor Bamboo to run US$17m scheme meant to improve power access in state still reeling from 2010 earthquake.
Hamburg-based firm to own majority stake in largest solar project in the Caribbean.
Saba Electric Company, sole supplier of electricity to the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba, celebrated as the island ran on 100% solar for the first time ever this month, with the switch-on of a solar-plus-storage microgrid.
Curaçao, a Dutch southern Caribbean island is adding to its renewable energy requirements with a tender procedure to realize a 10 to 15 MWp large-scale PV plant on the island.
Huawei and international developer and EPC firm Soventix have agreed an annual 150MW supply deal.
Skytron energy has been chosen to provide monitoring and supervision technology for a 58MW (45MWac) solar plant in Isabela, Puerto Rico.
The project division of cell manufacturer Neo Solar Power (NSP) has completed the initial 34MW phase of a plant in the Dominican Republic.