Meyer Burger and others propose 2GW PV-making plant that would equip 10GW downstream portfolio, which in turn would power hydrogen production for sale to heavy industries.
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.
Agreement between module manufacturer Risen Energy and Danish firm European Energy includes bifacial order.
Danish developer European Energy has signed a more than 12-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Swiss utility Axpo for the electricity generated by 300MW of future solar PV projects in Italy.
The lifting of political and cost-based brakes on European solar is set to awaken a sleeping giant, with subsidy-free solar projects potentially the norm all across Europe in just a few years.
European Energy A/S has developed and opened a solar test centre through a partnership with Denmark’s Technical University (DTU). The center will allow both parties to retain PV energy even better in the future.
After two years spent developing renewable-energy projects in Brazil, the European Energy Group has made the decision to expand its activities to another country — Mexico.
A collective of wind and solar lobbies together with groups representing major energy users and European power utilities have formed a new partnership.
WEG has bagged an EPC contract to build two solar PV projects of 31.12MW capacity each, being developed by Nordic Power Partners (NPP) at Coremas, Paraiba, in northeast Brazil.