Mounting systems specialist STI Norland said it had surpassed 3GW of cumulative installations with 1.2GW of contracted mounting systems orders expected in 2019.
Former raises €100m as it sells 50% stake to wealthy individuals while latter supplies €38m to refinance debt of 13.6MW portfolio
Duo inks 12-year PPA for 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, already under construction just a few kilometres away from 175MWp predecessor near Spain's Seville.
One of Europe’s leading utility-scale solar investors has said that the continent’s subsidy-free solar market has “developed rapidly” in recent months.
The three projects, which range from 30MW to 50MW, will bring Solaria closer to its goal of more than 3GW of combined installed power in Spain by 2023.
Banco Sabadell supplies close to €30m in debt to Renovalia’s five-strong solar cluster in Ciudad Real province, first of firm’s 1GW merchant pipeline of PV and wind.
WoodMac: Innovative finance needed to further boost already sound economics of residential sector, with Germany, Italy and Spain all breaking even faster than the UK and France.
German investor claims active asset management and careful timing have helped score “attractive return for investors” despite Spain's FiT scrapping.
German firm walks PV Tech through experience of building 5MW first project in Eastern state and plans to now ramp up deployment with an eye on potential sales.
Incentive scheme exceeds expectations in Spanish archipelago, Unisun exits FiT-backed 11.75MW plant, Gonvarri in tracker deal with Sonora project.
Jordan's largest private-to-private project on track after cinching US$35m, Iran adds 16GWh plant to national grid, Enertis, IES and UNEF team up to train Tunisian engineers.
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.
Downsizing the fixed element of tariffs would bring Spain in line with European countries and help incentivise self-consumption and electric vehicles, says solar body UNEF.
European group agrees to become the offtaker of total supply of 330GWh off Aventron’s 50MW Bargas Solar park, slated for operational launch in July 2020.
The EU has committed to lending €145 million (US$163 million) and the ICO up to €140 million (US$156 million) to the largest solar project under construction in Europe.