Lightsource BP is expecting to deploy gigawatts of bifacial solar capacity in the coming years, declaring that most – if not all – of its 12GW+ pipeline will come forward using the technology.
Indian EPC giant launches construction works for 200MW solar project Lightsource BP is developing in Australia.
PV influx key to preventing blackouts as bushfires and extreme heat mix to erode reliability of coal generators, says market operator’s latest readiness plan.
Oil and gas major BP has increased its stake in international solar developer Lightsource BP in a bid to accelerate the firm’s growth.
Lightsource BP has signed financing agreements to develop its maiden utility-scale solar project in Australia.
Lightsource BP has announced its entry into the Spanish solar market with the acquisition of a 300MW project portfolio in Zaragoza.
Developer will build and run project touted as largest single-customer on-site PV scheme in US to date, backed under 20-year PPA with Xcel Energy.
Lightsource BP has secured US$140 million financing for a portfolio of seven utility-scale PV projects across the US.
Scheme is part of global series by UK-headquartered firm, including Canadian-funded 700MW-plus pipeline worldwide and 1.9GW push in Brazil.
Developer confirms plans to break ground on 6 September on first of three installations set to cover 25% of Penn State University’s power needs.
Lightsource BP and Golder, a consulting company appointed to carry out environmental planning and community engagement, will host a community information event in Mannum, South Australia, in order to discuss Lightsource’s proposal to fund, build and operate a 100MW PV project approximately 3km west of Mannum’s town centre.
UK player taps into one of Latin America’s solar markets-of-the-moment by purchasing Enerlife’s assets and taking on key staff of Brazilian auction winner.
Lightsource BP is proposing the development of a 49.9MW solar farm in Nottingham, UK, with a 700MW global pipeline announced.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec will back over 100 projects with an initial £150m debt injection, with a possibility for further funding.
Firms to invest in utility-scale projects alongside India’s NIIF through CDC-owned platform that is currently constructing 500MW worth of solar.