Developer Sola Group partners with institutional duo to raise ZAR400m for PPA-backed pipeline, meant to bring down C&I costs by aggregating deals.
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.
World Bank’s IFC, the EIB and Proparco pour €38 million into PPA-backed projects contracted last year at €0.0380-0.0398/kWh, paving way for construction.
BlackRock-backed firm bags loan as it snaps up 75.2MW portfolio, ING backs Aussie 67.8MW, Fund manager Basalt to back C&I pipeline.
The partnership will allow the regional developer to deploy 100MW of distributed solar annually in the US and expand its reach beyond the south-eastern US.
BlackRock took an 80% stake in the new company, Distributed Solar Development, in an undisclosed deal. The new business will design, build, own and operate distributed solar and storage solutions for industrial, commercial and public-service customers.
Insurance helps firm secure fresh debt for Grand Ridge Solar, built earlier this decade and joined by storage facility since 2015.
Finland’s Taaleri walks PV Tech through solar investment rationale of SolarWind II Fund, which has just secured €219m of a €300m target.
Mercom: US$300m ReNew Power deal and stock exchange listings help industry raise US$6bn in H1 2019 from venture capitalists, public markets and debt providers.
Policy and market signals could see UK capture 22TWh opportunity from helping corporates meet clean energy pledges, London event hears.
Switzerland’s aventron raises debt from Banco Sabadell for first installation of 100MW duo in Toledo and Murcia provinces, set to be built by Solarpack.
Manufacturer hails loan extension, Japanese firm claims to halve finance costs via green debt structure, Indian player bags US$300m from top financiers.
Enerlife and CEI Renováveis become winners of a tender renewable proponents say has dispelled notions that clean energy is costlier than fossil fuels.
Extending timeframes to 2040-2050 and allowing natural gas, nuclear to play role would be key to achieving ‘unprecedented’ redesign of power sector, says firm.
UN-, Netherlands-backed fund will invest US$850m in 1.7GW clean energy pipeline in African, Asian states, with solar meant to account for 40% of portfolio.