Enerparc and Themis among winners of oversubscribed PV-only 150MW tender, which awarded 204MW-plus at average prices of €0.0547/kWh.
Firm tells PV Tech it recorded €750m orders for €500m placement on the Luxembourg stock exchange, with plans to invest proceeds in PV and wind plays.
De-risking purchases could fuel clean energy momentum in EU’s top PV market, lagging behind others embracing subsidy-free renewables.
Millions would back removing cap set to kick in once 47GW-plus industry hits 52GW capacity mark, says association BSW Solar as government mulls next moves.
‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, Canadian Solar has set a record 22.28% conversion efficiency for its p-type multi-crystalline 'P5' cell, which was tested and certified by Fraunhofer ISE.
‘Solar Module Super League’ (SMSL) member, Trina Solar has set a conversion efficiency record of 24.58% for an i-TOPCon (Industrial Tunnel Oxide Passivated Contact) bifacial solar cell using a super-sized 244.62 cm2 wafer.
Clean energy holds ‘enormous’ potential for country’s lignite coal regions, developer claims as it shares plans for 10MW farm by Brandenburg opencast site.
Monkey Bay Solar project will feature HDPE-based ‘islands’ anchored via underwater cabling some 250 metres off Lake Malawi’s shores, firm tells PV Tech
Firm raises €23m (US$25.67m) subordinated loan from Hansainvest Real Assets to support 85 solar installations, with plans to add new projects.
PV Tech’s José Rojo on navigating the Munich crowds of an industry fast approaching a new golden era that will change the rules of the solar game.
BayWa r.e. to build its first Germany-based solar PV system without subsidies in the far north of the country.
Industry continues last year’s trend as it reaps all awards at oversubscribed 210MW tender, with 18 bids contracted at an average €0.0566/kWh price.
Asia becomes major driver of 94GW PV addition worldwide, with other frontrunners including the US, Australia, Germany, Brazil, Egypt and Mexico.
Awarding of 505.2MW from collective bids of 869MW is a positive turn for sector but land restrictions will stifle deployment, says Germany’s BSW Solar.
The perovskite record breaker will buy a 200MW heterojunction line from Meyer Burger for the production of tandem solar cells at its German facility.