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.
Tumbling wholesale power prices throughout Europe may not fully recover until 2025, a new report has claimed.
European renewables investor The Renewable Investment Group (TRIG) has warned of a “material impact” from COVID-19 on its power price forecasts, contributing towards a cut to the group’s net asset value (NAV).
Investor part of NextEnergy Capital group will restart construction of its subsidy-free pipeline “shortly” after insisting the COVID-19 outbreak is having a minimal impact on its operations.
Spanish firm walks PV Tech through planned location and sizes for large-scale pipeline it will deploy alongside French oil major, with plans by both to jointly look for PPA offtakers.
PV Tech understands that two solar projects by developer Hive Energy and financier Noy Fund will be deployed without PPAs, with plans to generate revenues via direct energy sales.
PV might have only seen 30.22GW added throughout 2019 but ‘year-end rally’ hinted at by latest NEA figures may indicate market will rebound more than expected in 2020, analysts say.
Developer taps Hanover group Talanx as buyer of 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2, in sale announced four months after telling PV Tech of talks with suitors keen on the Statkraft-backed plant.
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.
Danish player walks PV Tech through fundraising timetable and investment rationale of ‘Impact‘ vehicle set to focus on Germany, Ireland, France and the Netherlands.
Brescia-based A2A to take over Talesun’s major pipeline, marking latest zero-subsidy endorsement for country working to restart formerly FiT-reliant PV market.
Magdalena II (220MW) in Tlaxcala State is the renewable giant’s first plant to be exclusively powered by two-sided panels, and first earmarked to sell entire output to wholesale electricity market.
Energy distributor inks latest deal of busy 2019 as it agrees to buy annual 100GWh from innogy’s 50MWp Alarcos solar project, due to go live over the first half of 2020.
NextEnergy Solar Fund (NESF), one of the UK’s largest solar investors, has completed what it claims to be first subsidy-free solar farm connected by a listed investment firm in the country.
Heidelberg-based firm turns to Southern European state for first unsubsidised solar venture after deploying conventional projects in Germany and the UK.