Report calls for decisive scale-up of investment to help solar supply a quarter of global energy by mid-century, slashing worldwide CO2 emissions by 4.9 gigatonnes in the process.
The funding will go towards the development of four plants contracted to generate energy for Spanish oil giant Repsol and move the manufacturer-turned-developer closer to its aim of deploying 3GW by 2023.
EPC multinational marks operational launch of solar assets in Chile and India as January-September 2019 revenues nearly double year-on-year but net profit more than halves.
Firm sees slight revenue dip and minor EBITDA jump in first nine months of year when overseas PV portfolio reached 1.138GW, with new solar plays in Europe and America.
Recently, during part of travels to Asia region, I took the opportunity to meet up with Q CELLS CTO Daniel Jeong, to discuss new developments at Q CELLS and also share some thoughts on the industry and manufacturing trends today.
WoodMac: Coal’s bleak future and nuclear shutdowns mean milestone lies within reach Europe-wide even if UK could overshoot it while France, Spain, Italy, Germany miss it.
Heidelberg-based firm turns to Southern European state for first unsubsidised solar venture after deploying conventional projects in Germany and the UK.
Figures from energy watchdog RAE show latest PV-specific tender has triggered 148.64MW in bids, down from the 287.11MW pot of contracts offered by Athens.
Executive meets PV Tech in Shanghai to discuss the markets and product lines the Shanxi-headquartered manufacturer will focus on as it aims to double production next year.
Budapest launches first ever auction for green premium tariffs under METÁR scheme as pipeline of utility-scale solar projects swells after string of announcements.
Clean energy body UARE slams government’s ‘threat to retroactively review’ investment guarantees as top energy group DTEK switches on 240MW PV plant in Dnipropetrovsk region.
Newly-launched autumn SDE+ round features four solar PV categories and comes shortly after news of grid-connection delays for PV in stressed areas.
The five separate PV and wind vehicles being sold are spread across Italy, UK, Spain, Bulgaria and Romania.
Firm completes 14.5MWp Sekdoorn and 8.5MWp Tynaarlo in the Netherlands, tells PV Tech it will next build 27MWp Dutch successor and consider German floating forays.
Huawei has said southern Europe’s solar market is firmly in its crosshairs after an inverter range became the first to comply with new grid codes in the Spanish market.