US$245m upsizing of existing facility and US$300m new package from Brookfield bring debt injection to firm bracing last month for quarterly installs to drop to levels unseen since 2017.
Rome’s second CfD auction awards solar 19.4MW of total 500MW while Lisbon sets lower ceiling prices for new PV tender, set to launch one year after exercise that produced €14.76/MWh tariffs.
IRENA finds world could save US$23bn per year if it replaced costly coal with cheaper solar and wind while Imperial College-IEA conclude green energy plays make more money at lower risk.
Country's largest PV auction to date targets smaller projects and locally-owned developers to ensure procurement drives ‘immediate’ boost to post-COVID economy.
Operational launch of 50MW Don Rodrigo 2 marks milestone for sequel of BayWa r.e.’s series in Southern Spain, with both projects now sold to German insurance groups.
The UK government has green lit what stands to be the country’s largest solar farm, a 350MW project by the south east coast.
Choice of Denmark for large-scale push alongside Hørsholm-based GreenGo emerges after government said country is ready for zero-subsidy solar.
French firm’s winning bid of €24.89/MWh is less than half the initial ceiling price and shows tenders’ ability to deliver public goods in ‘fantastically competitive and imaginative ways’, says EBRD.
Judge’s upholding of bifacial exemption from import tariffs combines with one-year extension of safe-harbor deadlines in week of brighter news for industry battered by job losses.
Berlin awards contracts of tech-neutral auction where only PV submitted bids, while Athens announces new 482.03MW PV exercise in July after price-smashing April tender.
Talk in local press of two provisional suspensions brings new twist to controversy since state paralysed green energy project connections, triggering protests from EU and Canada.
Coalition deal on separate row over wind turbines removes last obstacle to the scrapping of subsidy freeze, which would have halted state money once installed PV reached 52GW.
Major European economies and Ottawa ask for meeting with López Obrador’s government to address concerns over new restrictions to green energy projects on COVID-19 “stability” grounds.
Spanish independent power producer (IPP) Solaria has shrugged off the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to report surging generation.
Fossil fuel exposure lands energy majors in trouble with one-trillion-dollar GPFG, who is boycotting coal-heavy firms as part of climate shift that will see it back unlisted renewables.