Oil major’s deal with ACS Group will amass massive pipeline in Spain by 2023, marking the latest boost for the country, said by regulators to have nearly doubled PV capacity in a single year.
Balkan state says it is examining potential areas for solar to be rolled out in after launching EBRD-backed auction to contract utility-scale project near the coast.
PV Tech meets CEO Mike Bonte-Friedheim to discuss why the solar specialist is going global now and what it learned after deploying the UK’s self-styled largest subsidy-free project.
Industry association GÜNDER tells PV Tech it expects mix of large-scale tenders and net metering support for smaller systems will drive annual gigawatt-scale growth starting this year.
Industry reps join Green politicians in urging for more capacity after auction awards 501MW where 1.3GW was requested, the latest oversubscription instance of a series.
Brussels’ new roadmap to pour one trillion euros into the sustainable economy should first support “already available” technologies such as PV, says industry body SolarPower Europe.
Government tells PV Tech 700-800MW new solar tender is expected to launch in late March 2020 and will feature third bidding option for projects proposing energy storage element.
Firm raises further US$118 million through NPIII's second close and is eyeing a 2.5-3GW pipeline, telling PV Tech of plans to complete fundraising by year-end.
German EPC ib vogt has announced the sale and commencement of construction of a 180MWp solar farm near Badajoz in Spain, teeing itself up for a slew of other subsidy-free developments in Southern Europe.
Carbon neutrality, renewable target and PV rooftop pledges by new Conservative-Green alliance herald ‘solar decade’ of the 2020s, says EU PV body SolarPower Europe.
AB InBev, the world's largest beer company, has signed a deal that will support the construction of two solar farms in Spain with a combined capacity of 200MW.
A new joint venture between a UK-based asset manager and a Danish renewables investor has been signed to fund a 500MW solar and storage pipeline in the UK.
Developer taps Hanover group Talanx as buyer of 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, in sale announced four months after telling PV Tech of talks with suitors keen on the Statkraft-backed plant.
German firm gets support for ready-to-build 42MW pipeline at 750MW auction held on 10 December, which is set to award US$950m in CfD payments over 17-year period.
Market research firm, IHS Markit expects global solar installations to continue double-digit growth rates in 2020, forecasting new installs to hit 142GW, a 14% increase over 2019.