An Australian utility is to develop a 60MW solar farm that will be connected to two iron mines in Australia, transforming them into the first to be run entirely by renewables during the day.
Motech, AUO and other industry players speak candidly at Energy Taiwan 2019 summit of how diversification and a strategic reboot have helped turn the page from fallout and layoffs.
The news comes weeks after the technology giant announced a raft of 1.6GW of undisclosed global renewable energy deals, including 720MW of US solar.
Renewables investor NextEnergy Capital (NEC) has made its second major solar acquisition in the US, cementing its position in the market.
Lightsource BP has announced its entry into the Spanish solar market with the acquisition of a 300MW project portfolio in Zaragoza.
Deal between developer Solar Ventures and private equity outfit Zouk Capital underscores rising market confidence in Italy as home to unsubsidised PV after years of standstill.
Government adamant it will ‘not only meet, but also exceed’ 175GW-by-2022 goal despite predictions to the contrary by CRISIL, which warned policy swings are putting off investors.
Cabinet deal enshrines solar as top renewable source in a decade's time but PV operators believe ambition falls short of level required by climate change.
Utility and subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy aims to add 6.3GW of PV and 2.8GW of batteries by 2038, with storage part of ‘low-cost’ calculations for the first time.
Maturation of solar asset class into subsidy-free venture in some markets could see industry become better fit with utilities comfortable with power price swings, firm says.
China-backed Cauchari complex hits one-million-panel mark after completion of second and third stages and could see Jujuy province produce 3GW of solar power within 10 years.
Auction-backed Solem plant was Cubico’s first American solar venture and took around two years to conclude development at its site in Aguascalientes.
Coastal scheme just northwest of capital Montevideo could cost upwards of US$35 million and should be operational by March 2021, government tells PV Tech.
East Bay Community Energy approves deals to buy 225MW of clean energy and 80MW / 160MWh of energy storage, with PV tariffs coming in at US$22/MWh.
October summit will check pulse of government campaign to put Taiwan’s PV makers back on global map by fostering solid downstream ecosystem.