ReneSola entered into a letter of intent (LOI) to sell its 55MW of solar projects in Poland to Chroma Impact Investment, a global investor in renewable energy that focuses on large-scale solar, B2B and storage projects.
South Korea’s government is planning for nearly 3GW of solar PV alongside smaller capacities of wind and batteries on reclaimed land in Saemangeum, an area of land created by a huge Seawall project completed in 2010.
PV project developer and operator ReneSola announced that Sequoia Economic Infrastructure Income Fund has agreed to extend senior debt facility to US$41.6 million for ReneSola’s 55MW pipeline of PV plants in Poland.
China-based solar PV project developer and operator ReneSola is one of the first companies to publically echo the impact expected from the Chinese government’s decision to significantly curtail solar deployment, highlighting the solar module ASP decline of modules as a key benefit to downstream developers.
China-based PV manufacturer and downstream project developer ReneSola has officially completed the divestment of its integrated solar manufacturing operations to its chairman and CEO to focus exclusively on downstream business development.
PV Tech reached its own little milestone of having reported and analysed the R&D spending habits of the same 12 key PV module manufacturers for 10 years. The results have just been published in sister technical journal Photovoltaics International as part of the annual leaders and laggards of R&D spending for 2016.
China-based integrated PV manufacturer ReneSola has signed an agreement to sell a 24MW portfolio of ground-mount PV projects under development in North Carolina, US, to a subsidiary of Panda Green Energy - formerly known as United Photovoltaics.
Solar project developer ReneSola announced Thursday that it has agreed to sell two ground-mounted PV projects in the United Kingdom to Greencoat Solar II LP, an investment company managed by Greencoat Capital LLP — one of the UK's largest dedicated renewable investment management firms.