In a guest blog for PV Tech, Austin Ditz, senior project manager for project operations; and Eugene Rhee, director of performance engineering, both of Sol Systems, run through five of the most common technical problems with solar deployment that can be avoided through integrated delivery and engineering processes.
Liam Stoker reflects on last week's Solar Finance & Investment Europe conference, where investors, developers and asset owners gathered to hear how emerging trends will shape Europe's surging solar ecosystem in the coming years.
French energy major Engie is seeking a new chief executive after its board decided to oust incumbent Isabelle Kocher.
Lightsource BP has clinched a funding deal with London-headquartered bank NatWest to finance the development of its maiden Spanish solar projects.
The momentum behind subsidy-free, utility-scale solar developments in the UK has continued to gather, with new names and familiar faces alike demonstrating their commitment to the market.
US Department of the Interior (DOI) grants planning nod to large-scale installation near the city of Blythe, slightly trimming the plant’s size to reflect environmental and cultural concerns.
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.
Amazon is to develop three new large-scale solar farms, including its first in Spain, to support its renewable energy targets.
Duo team up to deploy at least 400MW in PV and wind by 2025, with Invenergy reportedly set to invest first in pipeline that could then be transferred to Medellín utility.
Win by UAE firm marks one of lowest tariffs seen to date in emerging solar, says World Bank's IFC as it backs maiden Scaling Solar tender in Central Asian state.
New guidelines come as stampede for state's newly-revamped PV subsidy scheme sees it again oversubscribed in "minutes", prompting industry frustration.
Infrastructure group adds to Latin American EPC contracts after being chosen by Clean Capital Energy to deploy 89MW La Huella in Chile’s Coquimbo region.
Under-construction Amin project is touted as the Sultanate’s first utility-scale solar scheme and the world’s first in the segment to feature an oil major as the sole offtaker.
Plans for consortium-sponsored 600MW complex and separate 500MW partnership with mining group looks set to boost momentum in one of Europe’s PV markets-to-watch.
Foreign crowd attends presentation of tender for both PV project and 110MW wind duo, set to add significant chunk of renewables in hydro-reliant country.