Oil major’s deal with ACS Group will amass massive pipeline in Spain by 2023, marking the latest boost for the country, said by regulators to have nearly doubled PV capacity in a single year.
Government tells PV Tech 700-800MW new solar tender is expected to launch in late March 2020 and will feature third bidding option for projects proposing energy storage element.
Developer taps Hanover group Talanx as buyer of 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, in sale announced four months after telling PV Tech of talks with suitors keen on the Statkraft-backed plant.
Left-wing alliance between PSOE and Unidas Podemos pledges move to cost-based tenders to ensure renewable boom results in cheaper bills for citizens.
Milan-based F2i inks deal to fully buy Madrid-based developer from financial owner Cerberus, unlocking access to a 1GW solar pipeline in bustling Southern European market.
Firm eyeing crown of resurging PV market taps Swiss offtaker in 10-year deal that will cover three installations, two in Castilla y León and a third in Castilla-La Mancha.
Energy firm takes the floor at closing COP25 summit to announce plans for 1.7GW-plus ‘megaproject’ in Teruel, featuring PV (1.5GW), wind (139MW) and storage (160MW).
Major European lender backs plans by developer IM2 of 15 new plants in Southern state, the latest solar move for bank vowing not to sponsor fossil fuel ventures going forward.
Utility-scale solar moves now quickly following one another in country increasingly targeted by subsidy-free proponents, heralding revival of market paralysed years ago by policy swings.
Brescia-based A2A to take over Talesun’s major pipeline, marking latest zero-subsidy endorsement for country working to restart formerly FiT-reliant PV market.
UK player adds to zero-subsidy momentum in Southern European state as it takes Shell- and EGO-backed 70MW pipeline to the finish line on Sardinia island.
Endesa subsidiary will invest €60m to build portfolio across Spanish archipelago after reaping support at territory’s 326MW-plus first solar tender in mid-October, backed with EU funds.
New Iberian head Luis Miguel Álvarez walks PV Tech through plans to use M&A and organic plays to build gigawatt-scale portfolio by 2025 despite late arrival to Europe’s hottest solar markets.
Fundación Renovables applauds region’s shift from laggard to ‘pioneer’ after the axing of planning hurdles for self-consumption, including removing need for building permits for urban installations.
Country facing multi-billion-euro court bill over subsidy u-turn offers investors stable remuneration until 2031 if they call off ongoing lawsuits.