UK player adds to zero-subsidy momentum in Southern European state as it takes Shell- and EGO-backed 70MW pipeline to the finish line on Sardinia island.
Israel-headquartered firm inks deal with unidentified firm to deploy PV portfolio over three-year period, with an initial 100MW at ‘advanced stages’.
The bloc's island territories can now learn from the experiences of six pilot projects in their attempts to transition to a clean energy network.
The five separate PV and wind vehicles being sold are spread across Italy, UK, Spain, Bulgaria and Romania.
Deal between developer Solar Ventures and private equity outfit Zouk Capital underscores rising market confidence in Italy as home to unsubsidised PV after years of standstill.
Jetion inks 1GW project deal with consortium in Italy while Risen cites Poland’s potential as it bags agreements to supply 8MW and 6.6MW PV plants in Eastern state.
Module maker to supply diverse mix of modules via marketing network of ILB Helios, in deal signed as Rome readies first auction of series meant to drive clean energy boom.
Italia Solare session warns proactive embrace of batteries will be needed to improve tough economics of ground-mounted PV, blighted by land restrictions and cannibalisation.
Less red tape could bring about revival of cost-competitive PV without government incentives, Italia Solare event hears days ahead of launch of new subsidy programme.
Firm unveils project construction launch alongside the sale of six subsidy-era Spanish solar plants with a combined capacity of 10.1MW in the first half of 2019.
WoodMac: Innovative finance needed to further boost already sound economics of residential sector, with Germany, Italy and Spain all breaking even faster than the UK and France.
Incentive scheme exceeds expectations in Spanish archipelago, Unisun exits FiT-backed 11.75MW plant, Gonvarri in tracker deal with Sonora project.
IPP Sonnedix has completed a non-recourse financing of a portfolio of PV projects in Italy, at a value of US$224 million.
Milan-headquartered Falck to buy 70% stake of vehicle holding utility-scale scheme, which has secured grid connection and is now eyeing building permits.
Chint Solar says many new innovations are so closely linked to predecessors they are instantly ‘bankable’.