Country producing €14.76/MWh tender tariffs last year overcomes COVID-19 delays to launch storage-friendly successor, with bids starting this week and plans to reveal winners in September.
Rome’s second CfD auction awards solar 19.4MW of total 500MW while Lisbon sets lower ceiling prices for new PV tender, set to launch one year after exercise that produced €14.76/MWh tariffs.
Operational launch of 50MW Don Rodrigo 2 marks milestone for sequel of BayWa r.e.’s series in Southern Spain, with both projects now sold to German insurance groups.
French firm’s winning bid of €24.89/MWh is less than half the initial ceiling price and shows tenders’ ability to deliver public goods in ‘fantastically competitive and imaginative ways’, says EBRD.
Government confirms 700MW storage-friendly tender will kick off on 8 June 2020 and seek to reveal contract winners by the end of August this year.
Construction launch of plant part of 100MW complex in Seville sees Enel Green Power España add its name to operators resuming work after partial lockdown easing of 13 April.
Group rolls out COVID-19 precautions as it starts building 126MW trio in Ciudad Real and expects to break ground on 264MW PV project in Extremadura in ‘coming weeks’.
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.
Year-on-year price drops seen as lockdowns bring Spain and Italy to a halt could see investors tighten conditions for support to zero-subsidy plays, SolarPower Europe webinar hears.
Solar EPC specialist joins speakers of UNEF webinar to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how the solar will be transformed by the crisis.
PV winners of 200MW, 70MW and others help technology scoop up 350MW of 503MW of premium tariff contracts, bringing fresh momentum to country aiming to reach 7.7GW of PV by 2030.
Firm vows to ramp up investment ‘as soon as possible’ after decree puts construction on hold in its home country, with a spokesperson telling PV Tech long-term funding is not expected to be hit.
Grid operator REE says technology’s ‘flexing of muscles’ in March heralds strong summer, bringing a brighter turn of events for a sector that doubled installed capacity to 9GW last year.
Self-consumption specialist joins speakers of UNEF webinar to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how the solar will be transformed by the crisis.
Inverter maker joins others at UNEF's online session to spell out its steps to weather the pandemic so far and its broader views on how solar firms will be transformed by the crisis