Indian distribution company NTPC has issued a tender for EPC services for up to 500MW of solar PV capacity in the western state of Maharashtra.
NTPC taps the Central Public Sector Unit scheme that mandates the use of locally sourced modules.
Haryana Power Generation Corporation (HPGCL) has issued a tender for a 20MW grid-connected solar project at an old ash dyke in Faridabad.
Ministry of Energy and Water plans project on PPP basis, emulating World Bank’s ‘Scaling Solar’ initiative that has been successful in Africa.
India's largest utility NTPC has tendered for 1GW of grid-connected solar capacity under the Develop Build Demonstrate Transfer (DBDT) programme.
As part of early coal-plant retirements, NIPSCO looks to cheaper renewables.
Developer continues to dominate Singapore's government-led rooftop PV tenders with one of largest projects to date.
A dozen project winners will deploy first 62.5MW solar batch by country’s older nuclear plant Fessenheim, with plans to tender further 240MW next year.
Country will join Chile and others to push for Latin American 70%-by-2030 renewable goal, Iván Duque says in New York event as 100.5MW solar project gets green license.
Under-construction Amin project is touted as the Sultanate’s first utility-scale solar scheme and the world’s first in the segment to feature an oil major as the sole offtaker.
Launch of process to procure 500MW of grid-connected solar sees major Indian state push for low prices in line with earlier tenders this year.
China added 11.4GW of solar capacity in the first half of 2019 – less than half the capacity installed a year prior.
Tender to bring France closer to its goal of growing PV capacity five-fold, from 9.1GW today to between 35.6GW and 44.5GW in 2028.
Government solar agency SECI launches 1.2GW tender pairing PV and wind with batteries and other technologies able to dispatch power at least six hours a day.
Government solar agency issues tender seeking PV developers for 1.5GW solar pipeline across the country as part of second round of CSPU scheme.