New JV with Connecticut's TELOS Clean Energy will develop, construct, own and operate solar power projects for commercial, industrial and municipal customers.
The PV facilities are set to come online by the end of 2023, helping utility Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association meet new 50%-by-2024 renewables target.
Managing director recounts EPC's journey to the heart of Malaysia's current large-scale solar boom and lays out expansion plans in Vietnam and the Philippines.
Ministry confirms extension until 7 July will help consider proposals from some 300 parties so far, keen to bid on 1.4GW tender meant to fuel solar boom.
Could subsidy-free revive Italy's industry after years of paralysis? Association ANIE Rinnovabili walks PV Tech through the road ahead for Europe’s slumbering PV giant.
Country opens consultation for tender offering solar and wind 20-year-PPA support on a competitive basis, with plans to hold event after summer.
Land prices and other factors will slow but not stop the transition of PV market that has learned to adapt to densely populated reality, says Holland Solar board member.
LSS2019 special report: Top official lays out how EU legislation will ease PV’s struggles with PPAs, permitting and policy u-turns as it works to become mainstream.
Awarding of 505.2MW from collective bids of 869MW is a positive turn for sector but land restrictions will stifle deployment, says Germany’s BSW Solar.
LSS2019 special report: Sophisticated, integrated, data-savvy players are better positioned to outpace rivals in an unsubsidised era, say industry names.
LSS2019 special report: Top financiers bullish on European potential but apprehension around government intervention continues to loom over continent.
Operator REE to deploy €3.2bn until 2022 to back energy transition plans, with €1.53 billion earmarked for renewable integration and €215m for storage.
Infra investor cites subsidy-free potential as it buys over 700MW of renewable project rights, with plans for construction to begin later this year.
Some 2GW of solar and wind will be added in the Extremadura region alone, says utility giant as construction begins for 391MW Nuñez de Balboa plant.
Arbitration court finds NextEra Energy is entitled to compensation after having to shelve Spanish subsidiary when the country scrapped feed-in tariffs retroactively.