Multinational utility Iberdrola is maintaining its course for green power, ramping up investments in order to stave off the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Players including Iberdrola resume energy project building after country opts not to prolong 10-day construction shutdown, while EPC Solarpack walks PV Tech through its response so far.
Firm vows to ramp up investment ‘as soon as possible’ after decree puts construction on hold in its home country, with a spokesperson telling PV Tech long-term funding is not expected to be hit.
Utility’s renewable spending soars 85% to €3.34bn during year it completed Europe’s biggest solar plant and put forward large PV hybrid in Australia.
Spanish region set to cement status as European PV hotspot through new plant backed by PPA with telecoms giant Orange, adding to Iberdrola’s 500MWp and 591MWp projects in the area.
Spanish energy giant's new venture in South Australia sees firm join the ranks of a number of international PV developers backing major hybrid projects down under.
Multinational utility Iberdrola has completed the giant 500MW Núñez de Balboa solar farm in Spain’s Extremadura region, claiming it to be Europe’s largest completed solar project.
Solar Media's Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe take a look at how utilities across the world are increasingly deploying sizeable solar and/or storage plants, and discuss the rise of long-duration storage.
Top green energy players urge the EU to lead the way as planet torn by geopolitical rifts gathers in Madrid to hammer out pivotal rules on how to finance the fight against global warming.
Utility giant Iberdrola has revealed 400MW of additional large-scale solar it intends to bring forward in Spain, unveiling its 2020 development pipeline in the process.
Iberdrola’s record investment into renewables and networks is outperforming expectations, freeing the utility to invest even more creating a “virtuous circle of growth”, the company’s chairman has said.
Beer maker will power its entire brewing operations in Southern European country via 82GWh-a-year PV plant featuring 340Wp polycrystalline silicon modules, set to go live next year.
The new plants will contribute to Iberdrola's rapid expansion across the Iberian peninsula, after the firm secured 149MW of new Portuguese projects last month.
French firm Akuo scores cheapest tariff and reaps 370MW of total 1.15GW awarded while Iberdrola bags 149MW by pledging to pay for grid space under second modality.
Claims of €20/MWh bids emerge as country sets sights on next week to publish results of 1.4GW tender, which must choose winners from 10GW worth of projects.