São Gonçalo PV project is being billed as South America's largest and has a 133MW extension underway. Meanwhile, EDPR secures PPA for 66MW plant in Paraiba.
Energy firm takes the floor at closing COP25 summit to announce plans for 1.7GW-plus ‘megaproject’ in Teruel, featuring PV (1.5GW), wind (139MW) and storage (160MW).
Top green energy players urge the EU to lead the way as planet torn by geopolitical rifts gathers in Madrid to hammer out pivotal rules on how to finance the fight against global warming.
Magdalena II (220MW) in Tlaxcala State is the renewable giant’s first plant to be exclusively powered by two-sided panels, and first earmarked to sell entire output to wholesale electricity market.
Enel has announced a multi-billion-euro upgrade to its renewables investment programme as the utility plans to derive 60% of its power generation from renewables by 2022.
Development finance duo sponsor US$154m scheme to support government of drought-stricken African nation as it deploys 100MW green energy pipeline with the help of feed-in tariffs.
NextEra completes a project in South Carolina, Recurrent Energy closes a sale on a 74.8MW PV installation and Enel inks a 70MW VPPA with Clorox.
EGPE's 252MW of solar projects in Extremadura come as part of Spanish rush to meet European clean energy targets for 2020.
Inelsa’s work to deploy 150MW project would deliver major installed PV capacity boost to Central American republic, home only to estimated 165MW last year.
Connection of 85MW Totana installation brings Spanish grid power from €59m project, one of Enel’s seven to reap contracts at two-year-old tender.
Construction kick-off of Atacama’s 382MW Campos del Sol sees firm hit fresh Latin American PV milestone, days after making progress with 608MW complex in Brazil.
Developer breaks ground on 133MW extension of bifacial-powered São Gonçalo solar park, meant to go live in 2020 with total capacity of 608MW.
Developer to tap into existing clean energy portfolio in South American state to provide mining giant with up to 3TWh annually for 10 years, starting in 2021.
Bogotá’s fresh preparations for tender it called off in February mark fresh chance for country seen as a dormant but promising market.
Enel Green Power has signed off on a 12-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with food and beverage corporation Mondelēz International, which owns companies such as Oreo, Cadbury and Toblerone.