Phoenix Solar, a German international PV systems integrator, has established a subsidiary in Turkey in a new strategy to be close to its Middle Eastern customers.
The Filipino subsidiary of Germany’s Phoenix Solar has been awarded a contract to build four commercial rooftop PV systems, totalling 3.04MWp.
In this week's Movers & Shakers, PV Tech focuses on employment news within German and US energy companies; featuring energy storage, solar cell manufacturing and EPC.
Phoenix Solar and Asunim Turkey bring the country's largest solar plant online, SECI opens a tender for small-scale rooftop solar, Brazil regulators investigate the value of distributed generation and I&M brings its fourth solar plant this year online.
PV power plant system integrator Phoenix Solar said that delays to building power plant projects in the US and Turkey would result in lower than expected full-year 2016 revenue and profits.
Akuo Energy issues second Green Bond, Wind and Solar hybrid ready to build in Australia, Phoenix awarded Texas EPC contract.
Germany-based EPC firm Phoenix Solar is to build a 10.2MW grid-connected solar PV plant in Elazig in eastern Turkey, which will be the first licensed project in the country.
PV monitoring solutions provider meteocontrol and solar EPC firm Phoenix Solar have established a partnership that focuses on the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey (MENAT).
International solar PV EPC firm Phoenix Solar expects to almost double revenue in 2016, after posting a turnaround year in 2015. The company reported revenue of €119.4 million, up 250% from the prior year.
PV integrator Phoenix Solar is to build a 65MW project in the US state of Nevada for developer Invenergy.
PV project developer Phoenix Solar is partnering with Asunim group to build an array of four plants with a total capacity of 4.9MWp in the Incesu Industrial Zone in Kayseri, Turkey.