Players including Iberdrola resume energy project building after country opts not to prolong 10-day construction shutdown, while EPC Solarpack walks PV Tech through its response so far.
The Suria Sunghai Petani solar park will produce 170GWh annually to Malaysian utility Tenaga National Berhad, with a rate fixed at US$56.7/MWh.
Neoen, Solarpack, Total Eren, EDP among those pre-selected to develop 200MW PV installation in Manabí province, poised to kickstart dormant solar scene in Andean state.
EPC multinational marks operational launch of solar assets in Chile and India as January-September 2019 revenues nearly double year-on-year but net profit more than halves.
Firm’s H1 2019 revenue and EBITDA increase mixes with profit margin squeeze as construction progresses in Spain, Chile and global pipeline hits 1.76GW.
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.
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.
Usya plant enters construction as developer works to deploy 400MW solar and wind pipeline in South American state by early 2020.
Solar IPP secures US$99m funding for 171MW Atacama Solar while Spanish player invites minister to construction launch of 123MW La Granja.
Solarpack to buy 43MW of Peru solar projects, Ichigo and Softbank bring Japanese solar plants into operation, Armenian government grants VAT adjournment for imports on 55MW solar plant.
KfW IPEX-Bank is financing the construction and operation of the 123MW Granja PV park, located in Chile's Atacama Desert. The total investment in the project will stand at approximately US$114 million, with KfW IPEX-Bank providing a long-term loan of up to US$91 million and the related interest hedging.
Aventron signs EPC contracts with Solarpack for 100MW of post-subsidy solar in Spain, EBRD and FMO back 30MW solar plant in Ukraine, NTPC gets investment approval for 160MW of solar in Uttar Pradesh.
CVE Chile, a subsidiary of the Cap Vert Energie (CVE) group, has recently signed a US$45 million deal with Solarpack to buy four under development solar plants, each with a capacity of 9MW.
Spanish firm Solarpack has been selected, via its subsidiary Ekialde Solar, to develop five solar systems with a total power of 133MW in the Indian state of Karnataka.
Spanish PV project developer Solarpack announced last week that it has closed the financing process for nine PV projects in Chile and India for a total amount of US$104 million.