Self-consumption specialist joins speakers of UNEF webinar to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how the solar will be transformed by the crisis.
#EUGreenRecovery letter signed by SolarPower Europe and 31 other associations urges EU lawmakers to link economic relief plans with European Green Deal.
Country must use crisis as a chance to slash permitting red-tape if it hopes to restart the PV sector in time to reach steep growth targets this decade, SER-SOLER president Xavier Daval tells PV Tech
Inverter maker joins others at UNEF's online session to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how solar firms will be transformed by the crisis
UNEF webinar held days after country tightened lockdown opens window into how PV makers, investors and EPCs are adapting to the pandemic amid new temporary closures and restrictions.
Berlin sees bids below the 5-cent-per-kWh mark as it contracts 300MW-plus to PV players while Budapest overwhelmingly opts for solar in first ever green energy auction.
Move by EU leaders to push ‘green transition’ into heart of pandemic recovery plan comes as reports of supply chain impacts spread across the bloc's major PV markets.
Country is ‘ready to go’ but will hold off until the crisis subsides, state secretary João Galamba tells PV Tech as he confirms details of tender designed to offer storage a fighting chance.
Sector can contribute to economic recovery of pandemic-stricken nation if state acts to extend deadlines and counter the delays virus is creating, says association ANIE Rinnovabili.
Industry reps persuade France to split rather than fully postpone major solar auction in July while Germany acts to freeze deadlines for bidding green energy projects.
Anti-pandemic shutdown measures will help reach target-complying 40-45% emission cuts this year but a failure to invest in green growth may make progress temporary, country told.
Solar reps of Europe’s largest market call for deadline extensions amid fears that component delays and staff shortages could see projects lose right to subsidies.
Bilateral revolving credit facility of €55m from Intesa Sanpaolo will fund construction of 12 PV projects in Sicily, Apulia and Lazio, reportedly among country's first subsidy-free projects.
Oversubscription by a factor of six greets issuance of bond listed on Stockholm’s Nasdaq, paving the way for further investments in green energy, energy efficiency and two other areas.
Group acquires PV projects rights from RIC Energy, who will stay behind to provide development assistance in a bid to ensure pipeline is ready to build by Q1 2022.