Renewable energy firm, Enel Green Power is deploying leading-edge bifacial modules at two utility-scale PV power plant projects in Mexico and Australia, highlighting a recent preference for bifacial PV technology.
Enel Green Power España, Spanish power firm Endesa's renewable energy division, has begun construction of three solar PV plants with an overall capacity of around 126.8MW in the Province of Badajoz, in the Spanish region of Extremadura.
Leading solar tracking company NEXTracker said it had achieved 100% on-time delivery for Enel Green Power’s 754MW PV power plant in Mexico, which has deployed its Gen2 ‘NX Horizon’ self-powered tracker system.
A Joint venture between Enel subsidiary Enel Green Power (EGP) and Dutch Infrastructure Fund (DIF) has begun construction of the 137.7MW Bungala Solar One plant, which is located near Port Augusta in South Australia. EGP is set to bag a US$1.35 billion deal on 1.7GW of solar and wind projects in Mexico.
Enel Green Power’s a-Si thin-film module manufacturing subsidiary, 3SUN is hoping to obtain a €14.1 million grant from Italy’s national agency for attracting investment and enterprise development, Invitalia to support the purchase of heterojunction (HJ) solar cell tools to switch production to the higher efficiency silicon technology.
Enel, through its subsidiary Enel Green Power North America (EGP-NA), has started operations of its 150MW Aurora PV plant in Minnesota. The Aurora installation stands as Enel’s largest PV facility in its North American portfolio.
Enel Green Power (EGP) has partnered with the Institute for Microelectronics and Microsystems (IMM) of the National Research Council (NRC) to create a dedicated laboratory to explore renewable energy technologies, and in particular, develop bifacial PV modules.