Launch of construction of Green Energy 3000’s Chulakkurgan project will add another utility-scale installation to growing PV ecosystem in Asian state.
Manufacturer says ongoing improvements in module tech come at perfect time for Europe's subsidy-free drive.
France and the Netherlands put forward new renewable support measures and lay out how far they are willing to go subsidising PV, wind and others.
Voltalia’s 143MW new trio will supply state rail group SNCF under 25-year PPA, billed as 'unprecedented' in nascent subsidy-free market.
Government plan to bring back manufacturing ‘champions’ is either Europe’s second chance or a quest doomed to fail, depending on who PV Tech asks.
Parent Creadev, existing backer Proparco and the EBRD to fund €283m of total capital increase, launched by firm to push PV, wind portfolio from current 1GW.
SPE, ETIP PV: Bolder approach would help continent seize largely untapped building-integrated PV potential, which goes well beyond rooftop installations.
EDF, Engie and others will back decade-long policy and research scheme to bring back upstream ‘champions’, able to take on Asian rivals.
Developer signs 25-year agreement with retailer Boulanger Group for first 5MW of solar PV, with plans to add further renewable plants in the future.
Acquisition of Urbasolar lands buyer with 350MW portfolio of built and under construction solar, together with further 1GW under development.
IPP hits 244MW capacity mark in European country after acquiring five solar car parks from Glennmont, an infra investor fast divesting PV assets.
Rendeavour has installed its first solar power plant in Kenya, as part of a 30MW strategy for Tatu City, the company's new city development in Nairobi.
French renewable energy company Tenergie, through its JV, Terres d’Energie, has signed off on a deal to acquire 29 operating PV projects, representing a combined generation capacity of 108MW, from the DIF Infrastructure III and IV Funds.
Occitanie-based LUXEL has 1GW of assets either in operation, construction-ready or in development.
French IPP Neoen has started construction of a 10MW solar farm on a former gravel pit near the village of Miremont in the Haute Garonne département of France’s Occitanie region.