UK solar developer Solarcentury has landed a €54.8 million finance facility to construct 500MW of solar farms in Spain.
Solar investor Foresight has penned a 10-year power purchase agreement with EDF Trading for a 50MW project in Spain.
José Rojo continues PV Tech’s end-of-year review with a look back at Q3 2019 highlights, from solar trade spats to Portugal’s head-turning tender, Tesla’s court woes and a solar-plus-storage bonanza.
Asset manager Encavis acquires portfolio of five solar parks from renewable developer BayWa r.e., including zero-subsidy, PPA-backed 8.8MW Barth V in North Germany.
While debates on government support roll on, these parks wave the flag for pushing ahead without subsidies.
Finlay Colville, head of market research at Solar Media, unveils significant growth in the UK’s utility-scale solar pipeline as the market looks set to return to gigawatt-level demand in 2020.
Newly-launched autumn SDE+ round features four solar PV categories and comes shortly after news of grid-connection delays for PV in stressed areas.
Liam Stoker reflects on last week's record low clearing prices for offshore wind in the UK's Contracts for Difference auction, and discusses what they might mean for the country's reigniting solar market.
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.
Chint Solar says many new innovations are so closely linked to predecessors they are instantly ‘bankable’.
Switzerland’s aventron raises debt from Banco Sabadell for first installation of 100MW duo in Toledo and Murcia provinces, set to be built by Solarpack.
Manufacturing roots, staying small, patience with PPAs and avoiding grid speculation will all help seize crown of Europe’s hottest PV market, firm tells PV Tech.
Manufacturer says ongoing improvements in module tech come at perfect time for Europe's subsidy-free drive.
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.