Annual deployment for the next two years will top 20GW with record levels expected in 2020.
London IPO plans emerge as firm chases institutional money to buy 16 wind, PV, hydro, storage, grid projects across EU markets, with the UK excluded.
Energy giant marks largest PV project to date with two plants set to power facilities of Exide, which in turn will manufacture the batteries used by the installations.
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.
Infra investor cites subsidy-free potential as it buys over 700MW of renewable project rights, with plans for construction to begin later this year.
Energy giant eyeing favourable conditions in Portugal, US as it shares plans to expand solar portfolio as part of €6 billion shift to renewables.
Swiss firm talks optimism towards Portugal’s PV push and why direct access to end customers is the best bet for developers keen on full value chains.
State secretary João Galamba tells PV Tech of plans to boost dispatchable renewables and shares figures and time frames for separate PV auctions this year and next.
Large-scale event reportedly scheduled for June or July comes as part of government plans to greatly expand still-dormant PV sector.
Firm walks PV Tech through plans to hit 1GW-plus in Spanish PV capacity within years, as well as its next steps in Portugal, Italy, Greece
Grid parity and strong prices in Southern Europe drive wind specialist to 20-year PPA deal to purchase 708MW from plants built by WElink in Spain and Portugal.
Cubico Sustainable Investments has closed the financing for two solar projects in Portugal totalling 29.4MW.
Spanish energy sourcing platform Fortia Energia has signed a 10-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Norwegian renewables firm Statkraft for power supply to large industrial customers in Spain and Portugal, mainly from Statkraft's wind and solar portfolio.
Cepsa and Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, are to partner on setting up renewable energy projects in Spain and Portugal, where Cepsa is planning 500-600MW of capacity over the next five years.