Bogotá’s fresh preparations for tender it called off in February mark fresh chance for country seen as a dormant but promising market.
Government proposal could pave way to tariff hikes and stunt growth of the power market, six associations warn in joint letter to president.
Builder of first utility-scale projects and local association signal faith that like-minded government and supportive policy will clear way for renewable revolution.
President Duque and Minister Suárez attend opening of Enel’s 86.2MW El Paso farm, the first PV project to secure contracts through reliability auction programme.
Country to consult until 3 April on draft rules designed to offset O&M costs of individual installations across poorer, isolated areas.
Contracts for Enel and Emgesa to supply Andean state between 2022 and 2023 mark PV’s first victories at tender designed to mitigate effects of droughts.
Government promises bidders a second chance by Q2 2019 after rejecting all proposals this week over antitrust concerns.
Spanish renewable energy company Diverxia Infrastructure has gained approval from the Mining and Energy Planning Unit (UPME) of Colombia to develop its first large PV project within the country.
JinkoSolar will supply 86MW of solar modules for a PV plant located in the Colombian department of Cesar, northern Colombia.
SirajPower to build 2.1MW rooftop plant for Landmark Group’s Dubai warehouse, Solar Steel provides 10MW mounts for Colombia solar project, Uttar Pradesh EoI for 100MW solar canals.
Subsidiaries of Italian power giant Enel have started building Colombia’s largest solar project and completed a 238MW plant in Mexico.
EPM installs Colombia's 'first' floating PV project, Iran’s South Khorasan Province gets first 10MW solar project, Clenergy bags orders form Japan, Vietnam and Thailand.
Colombia renewable energy company Celsia has started construction on its second solar farm in Colombia — which will be located in the municipality of Santa Rosa de Lima, in the department of Bolívar, and will have a installed generation capacity of 8.8MW.
Celsia, the energy arm of Colombian conglomerate Grupo Argos, has moved forward with its development of a 100MW solar farm in Colombia by reaching an agreement with the indigenous people of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in the Andes mountains.
Energy and infrastructure developer Innova Capital Partners and French floating PV specialist Ciel & Terre (C&T) have agreed to jointly develop floating solar plants in Colombia.