Injection of US$71m by group of financiers brings boost to project under construction in Atacama Desert, the largest ever to be undertaken by Madrid-headquartered developer.
EPC multinational marks operational launch of solar assets in Chile and India as January-September 2019 revenues nearly double year-on-year but net profit more than halves.
Two-sided panels and support to distributors will help keep up with low-priced rivals and hit 500MW-600MW in module sales to Brazil next year, A-rated firm tells PV Tech at meeting in China.
CaixaBank, DNB, KfW IPEXBank, Natixis, SMBC and Societe Generale pump US$580m of debt into Andes Renovables platform, meant to deploy 1.3GW of wind and solar by 2022.
Spanish firm will source the energy for the plant from a mix of its Chilean renewables operations.
Solar players reap combined 530MW in contracts of 2.9GW awarded to wind, hydro and thermal plants, with average PV prices the lowest at around US$20.5/MWh.
Inelsa’s work to deploy 150MW project would deliver major installed PV capacity boost to Central American republic, home only to estimated 165MW last year.
Partner duo tell PV Tech their new 400MW platform will exclusively feature ground-mounted PV projects, with plans to initially target 10 installations.
US$320 million project is unveiled as Brazil prepares for energy auction on October 18, set to jettison the Latin American state's PV capacity to new heights.
China-backed Cauchari complex hits one-million-panel mark after completion of second and third stages and could see Jujuy province produce 3GW of solar power within 10 years.
Coastal scheme just northwest of capital Montevideo could cost upwards of US$35 million and should be operational by March 2021, government tells PV Tech.
Developer inks two 15-year PPAs with store chains CCK and El Puerto de Liverpool for US$160 million project near US border, set to come online in H2 2020.
Firm’s H1 2019 revenue and EBITDA increase mixes with profit margin squeeze as construction progresses in Spain, Chile and global pipeline hits 1.76GW.
Country part of Latin America’s lithium triangle will tap into sizeable reserves of sought-after metal to create industrial ecosystem, top official says at PV plant launch.
Deal to procure 1.6GW of renewables worldwide will see Silicon Valley giant purchase 720MW of PV in the US, 160MW in Denmark and 125MW from Chilean solar-plus-wind hybrid.