Budapest launches first ever auction for green premium tariffs under METÁR scheme as pipeline of utility-scale solar projects swells after string of announcements.
Hevel fires up 1MW of rooftop and ground-mounted PV at a state-managed oil refinery in southern Russia, while Photon interconnects 6.9GWh to Hungary grid and receives 13.6MW of PV solar modules from Jinko.
Divestment of DG portfolio to Denmark’s Obton follows sales in countries including Poland and emerges after firm returned to profitability but noted rising short-term debt levels.
88MW-plus pipeline in the making near Kiev, Budapest bank backs PV, Kazakhstan's first auction-backed plant, Nauru embraces solar-plus-storage
Latest financial update lays out where and how small-scale specialist will turn as it works to deliver 1.4GW global pipeline, 714MW of it late-stage.
German firm walks PV Tech through experience of building 5MW first project in Eastern state and plans to now ramp up deployment with an eye on potential sales.
JinkoSolar Supplies 7.8MW for two PV plants in Hungary, 10MW solar farm connected in Afghanistan, Vietnamese firm completes 50MW project in Ninh Thuan, Photon Energy connects 2.1MW of projects in Hungary, First solar plant in Iran's Khorasan Razavi completed.
MVM Group wants to build 110 solar plants in the coming years.
China-based PV firm ReneSola has secured a €13.4 million bridge financing agreement with Eiffel Energy Transition Fund for solar projects including 41.3MW in Hungary and 55MW in Poland.
China-based Unisun Energy Group has commenced construction on the first phase of a ground-mounted PV project in Tiszaszolos, Hungary with an initial installed capacity of 11.6 MW.
GCL System Integration Technology and Solarpro Holding and delivered on 21MW of Poly Perc modules for the construction of MET Dunai Solar Park, one of the largest PV projects developed in Hungary.
PV project developer ReneSola has closed on a long-term project financing to develop an 8MW KAT-licensed PV installation in Hungary. KAT is the Hungarian feed-in tariff scheme.
KACO new energy has signed off on a deal to supply 2.5MW of inverter capacity to Hungary. The order has been placed with the German photovoltaic specialist by Hungarian EPC and distributor Szalontai.