The deal with the investor-owned public utility will further the German firm's ongoing efforts to reinvent itself as a renewables major.
The 200MW project n Egypt’s West Nile province will be one of Egypt’s largest solar parks, not far from the Benban solar complex and construction is expected to start in 2021.
Spanish firm will source the energy for the plant from a mix of its Chilean renewables operations.
The deal, which Dominion says is largest ever brokered by a US state government, comprises four different solar projects set to come online before 2023, as well as one wind project.
TC Energy will procure output of 74.25MW from Perimeter's proposed 130MW PV farm, in deal billed as Canada's biggest private PPA to date.
Spanish energy distributor doubles EBITDA to €33m-plus after becoming offtaker for 708MW, 300MW and 270MW solar pipelines, marking shift for traditionally wind-leaning player.
Deal between mining manufacturer Molycop and energy retailer Flow Power will back deployment of under-construction 120MW Bomen Solar Farm in Aussie state.
The Sol del Desierto solar plant in Antofagasta region, set to be operational by January 2022, will help Chile transition off coal and reach its goal of being carbon neutral by 2050.
Retail giant Gap is one step closer to its 100% renewable energy goal. Michigan utility Upper Peninsula Power Company adds 125MW of solar to its portfolio. The US Airforce is investing in solar-powered space vehicle research. CleanChoice Capital says yes to solar bees.
The utility wants to add projects larger than 5MW to its portfolio in order to achieve its target of 3GW of solar and wind in Virginia by 2022.
‘MiniRen’ auction awards PV players 96.75MW of the 128MW they had collectively bidden for, with 13 projects contracted at average tariffs of US$57.59/MWh.
New Jersey-based power producer Soltage has acquired 14MW of contracted solar assets from renewables developer ReNew Petra. The power is earmarked for rural North Carolina communities.
NADEC inks 25-year PPA with clean energy developer for project to help power complex in country’s east, with plans to launch supply in autumn 2020.
Centrica subsidiary Direct Energy will acquire power from 32MWp/23MWac solar installation, predicted to be province’s largest once complete.
German group repeats PPA offtaker for 121MW project north of Andalusian city, while Spanish firm turns to Bankia, Bankinter to back 112MW trio in same province.