Denmark outlines terms of tech-neutral tender, German Greens move against PV subsidy cap, Switzerland proposes shift to auctions, the Netherlands launches new subsidy round.
Deal to procure 1.6GW of renewables worldwide will see Silicon Valley giant purchase 720MW of PV in the US, 160MW in Denmark and 125MW from Chilean solar-plus-wind hybrid.
Traditionally wind-leaning Nordic state could witness PV surge from 998MW in 2018 to 5GW in 2030 and 7.3GW by 2040 via mix of auction and free-market approach, government stats show.
Firm unveils project construction launch alongside the sale of six subsidy-era Spanish solar plants with a combined capacity of 10.1MW in the first half of 2019.
Scheme by Dansk Solenergi bags funding of around US$1.2 million to test what promoters bill as weather-proof modules, with plans to hold full-scale trials.
Agreement between module manufacturer Risen Energy and Danish firm European Energy includes bifacial order.
Fund management firm Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has established a new fund to invest in greenfield renewable energy infrastructure primarily in Asia and Latin America, with expectations of reaching US$1 billion by the final close.
Country opens consultation for tender offering solar and wind 20-year-PPA support on a competitive basis, with plans to hold event after summer.
PV Tech understands energy giant invested low double-digit million dollar figure to purchase HelioSage, a subsidiary of Panasonic-owned Coronal.
Innogy to build 57MWp in fresh capacity in Canada's Alberta, Terra Solar’s Waterford project survives council pushback, Better Energy lands corporate deal in Denmark with fashion group Bestseller.
The Danish Energy Agency has announced the winners of a PV tender for projects up to 1MW across the country.
Canadian Solar and Denmark’s Pensionskassernes Administration (PKA) have finalised a transaction that will see PKA acquire a large stake in a pair of solar plants in California.
The Danish Green Investment Bank has provided €16 million of funding for two projects in Denmark with a combined capacity of 32MW.
The CEO of Orsted, the world’s largest offshore wind developer, has said that his company is working to establish “a scalable commercial model” for solar PV and energy storage, viewing both as potential drivers of long-term growth.
NRGi and Better Energy have collaborated on a new PV project in Denmark that spans the area of 112 football pitches — with the installation standing as Denmark’s third largest PV park.