French giant’s Q1 2020 results show minor dips in net income and revenues, with its renewables unit recording strong performance and expected to report ‘low impacts’ going forward
Outlook for solar roof ‘extremely good’ despite current paralysis, CEO Elon Musk says as company posts the first Q1 positive net income in its history in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
Firm vows to ramp up investment ‘as soon as possible’ after decree puts construction on hold in its home country, with a spokesperson telling PV Tech long-term funding is not expected to be hit.
Firm had predicted €2.7-2.9bn net recurring income and double-digit growth of renewables unit this year but is withdrawing the forecast, amid talk of potential 'constraints' for green energy work.
German parent of green energy developer BayWa r.e. says it is ‘well positioned’ in year where unit will seek new shareholders and work to deliver 690MW solar pipeline.
Firm believes long-term renewable growth is assured but trims €400m EBITDA guidance for next year, amid talk of pandemic disrupting construction timetables.
Group notes outbreak could see construction contracts postponed but insists it can reach 1GW-by-2020 installed capacity target, amid PV work in Brazil, Portugal, France and others.
Small-scale specialist will set sights on US and European projects after year of higher profits and revenues, net income losses and relocation from Shanghai to Connecticut.
Leading SMSL member confirms milestones for shipments (14.3GW), gross profit (US$780.2m) and others in 2019, predicting COVID-19 will not “materially” hurt business
German giant to invest €5bn to deploy major new fleet of PV and wind by 2022, following its success in 2019 doubling net income to €1.2bn and adding E.ON’s renewable assets.
Analysts say residential solar specialist is ‘well positioned’ to witness growth in 2020, amid claims by the firm its indicators remain solid despite talk of COVID-19 impacts on other installers.
Acciona reports 7.2% hike in net profits, top IPP hopeful Solaria makes progress towards 3.325GW goal, PV transition brings distributor Audax to 1.9TWh-a-year purchases.
Nasdaq-listed group expects deployment to grow by further 15% in 2020, amid hopes that uptake of its solar-plus-storage offering Brightbox will double year-on-year.
Group expects double-digit renewables growth in 2020 after achieving revenue and profit rises in 2019, under the tenure of executive forced out by board this month.
Utility’s renewable spending soars 85% to €3.34bn during year it completed Europe’s biggest solar plant and put forward large PV hybrid in Australia.