Thai power major puts two huge projects into commercial operation in time to receive a generous feed-in tariff.
IPC and Licogi 16 land EPC contract for VND2.3 billion 62MW and 50MW projects in Ninh Thuan province, slated to complete by year-end.
PUB to launch RFP for developers of 50MW project on Tengeh Reservoir the size of 45 football pitches, with plans for two 1.5MW others on separate water bodies.
Japanese firm wraps up construction of fourth large-scale project to date in Vietnam, with plans to switch the installation on in next few days.
State utility secures over US$20 million in funding to build complex in Kampong Chhnang province and will now tender for developers to deploy a 60MW first batch.
Competitive tenders, better investment conditions and removing market distortions would enable solar to meet its potential, says developer speaking anonymously.
Srepek 1 and Quang Minh plants took around three months to build and are reportedly Vietnam’s largest operational PV project to date.
Firm hired by Helio Power as EPC contractor for Thuan Minh 2 Solar Farm ahead of planned grid connection this June.
A 9.8MW dual installation financed, built and run by Cleantech Solar for cement supplier comes to bolster modest large-scale PV scene in Asian state.
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.
PV Tech caught up with Ku Junheong, senior sales director, Asia-Pacific and Middle East (APME) at China-based PV manufacturer Trina Solar, to discuss global demand profile and the rising markets of Southeast Asia.
The Philippines Competition Commission (PCC) has cleared Kepco Philippines Holdings to acquire a 38% share in Solar Philippines Calatagan Corporation (SPCC), a unit of Solar Philippines.
State-run utility Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is planning to facilitate 1GW of hybrid floating solar-hydro projects across eight dams throughout the country.
Developer and EPC firm Conergy Asia has been acquired by the Green Investment Group (GIG).
SolarHome, an off-grid solar firm focused on Southeast Asia, has raised US$5 million to date, having recently closed a US$1 million convertible note offering with impact venture capital firm Insitor Impact Asia Fund.