Spain’s PV industry has welcomed government approval of a package of legislative measures aimed at speeding up the country’s transition to 100% renewables.
Utility enlists telecoms giant Telefónica for 10-year deal while asset manager lines up bond package from UK-based investor Pension Insurance Corporation.
Chinese inverter manufacturer KSTAR has received NTS 631 certification from Spain’s Certification Entity for Renewable Energies (CERE), claiming to be the first Chinese manufacturer to do so.
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.
Regulating rush for grid space and keeping speculative players away will determine success with steep renewable targets more than pandemic, Solar Media online panel hears.
Webinar speakers confident that the pandemic-driven tightening of PPA and merchant deal terms won’t dent the overall momentum of Europe’s solar market-of-the-moment.
The US is the most attractive country in the world for renewable investment for the first time since 2016.
Spanish independent power producer (IPP) Solaria has shrugged off the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic to report surging generation.
Multinational utility Iberdrola is maintaining its course for green power, ramping up investments in order to stave off the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Firm walks PV Tech through its reasons to become first solar IPP to join European Energy Exchange (EEX), a move it says will help curb counterparty risks as power prices plunge worldwide.
Deal announced in January to become Iberia’s ‘largest solar power player’ by sponsoring 2.9GW portfolio will go ahead despite slashing expenditure as COVID-19 sends oil prices crashing.
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.
Safety measures and PV-keen financiers help set scene for ground-breaking of subsidy-free PV plant in Andalusia, with plans for completion before year-end.
Government sets aside €20m for SolCan scheme meant to help archipelago match renewables capabilities on the Iberian Peninsula.
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’.