EDF and Shell have signed a 15-year power purchase agreement for a 132MW segment of the Palen Solar array under development in California.
US solar developer Silicon Ranch is to develop a new 107MWac solar farm to power Facebook’s data centre in Newton County, Georgia.
Cleantech Solar has penned a power purchase agreement with retail giant Tesco Group, covering 19 rooftop installs for its Asia-focused Tesco Lotus range of stores.
Orb Energy has installed 75MW of rooftop solar in India, intends to offer finance facilities to unlock solar for SMEs.
The first 25MW will supply power directly to a ferrochrome smelting firm in SOHAR Free Zone.
Solar EPC contractor Biosar Energy has installed 27MW of Suntech’s PV modules at the Moerdijk Solar Park, one of the largest PV projects ever developed within the Netherlands. In total, 76,000 of Suntech’s high efficiency, monocrystalline, half-cell solar modules were delivered at the site.
Shell is to acquire German battery storage manufacturer sonnen in a bid to accelerate its home energy services position.
Shell is pondering a 120MW solar PV project to be located on the land of its QGC onshore natural gas business in the Australian state of Queensland as part of its stated aim to reduce emissions from its own global operations.
Anesco and Shell’s New Energies division are to partner on a utility-scale battery storage project in Norfolk.
Energy giant Shell has increased its global solar footprint with the acquisition of a 49% stake in Cleantech Solar, a Southeast Asia and India-focused solar company.
Oil major Shell has signed a power purchase agreement (PPA) for a 70.5MW portfolio of unsubsidised solar projects in Italy.
EDF Renewables North America and Shell Energy North America have signed off on a 15-year power purchase agreement for the 100MW tranche of the Palen Solar project called the Maverick 4 Solar Project.
Shell leads investment in battery storage manufacturer sonnen, Panama must upgrade regulatory environment says IRENA, Afghan utility adds rooftop solar.
Shell has suggested it will become the next major oil firm to enter the new build solar market after it was reported over the weekend that the Dutch giant plans to build solar farms in Britain.
Solar companies will have to find a strategic sweet spot in which to operate as big oil majors return to the sector, a panel of operators has concluded.