Firm boasts of 6.6GW pipeline and speculation-free approach as it sets sights on becoming country’s top IPP by 2023.
CEO Michael Yurkovich walks PV Tech through the factors that will hasten or hinder subsidy-free success in the former Soviet republic, seen as a market-to-watch.
Developer signs 25-year agreement with retailer Boulanger Group for first 5MW of solar PV, with plans to add further renewable plants in the future.
PV Tech’s José Rojo on navigating the Munich crowds of an industry fast approaching a new golden era that will change the rules of the solar game.
Could subsidy-free revive Italy's industry after years of paralysis? Association ANIE Rinnovabili walks PV Tech through the road ahead for Europe’s slumbering PV giant.
Free-market success will require accepting merchant risks and even ‘reverse subsidy’ logic of paying for grid access, say developers, investors and utilities gathered at Munich event.
Clean energy firm buys 14 projects from undisclosed seller, Foresight continues subsidy-free spree, North-east region eyes €25m plant.
BayWa r.e. to build its first Germany-based solar PV system without subsidies in the far north of the country.
Government minister notes solar’s ‘striking’ dominance as industry reaps €3.2bn of €6bn round and applies for €2.9bn of further €5bn to be awarded.
UK player divests majority portfolio share to undisclosed buyer days after separate reports suggested a sale of the entire firm is being mulled.
Land prices and other factors will slow but not stop the transition of PV market that has learned to adapt to densely populated reality, says Holland Solar board member.
Pipeline of active pre-build large-scale solar farms (>250kWp) sees significant growth over past six months, with total capacity breaking 4.2GW mark.
Firm’s Iberian unsubsidised portfolio hits 116MW mark after signing deal for 10MW PV cluster to supply power to corporate’s steel mills.
Some 2GW of solar and wind will be added in the Extremadura region alone, says utility giant as construction begins for 391MW Nuñez de Balboa plant.
Arbitration court finds NextEra Energy is entitled to compensation after having to shelve Spanish subsidiary when the country scrapped feed-in tariffs retroactively.