Edify Energy, First Solar among firms chosen by ‘Renewables 400’ scheme, with plans now for government-owned corporation CleanCo to process bids as they come forward.
PUB to launch RFP for developers of 50MW project on Tengeh Reservoir the size of 45 football pitches, with plans for two 1.5MW others on separate water bodies.
Etrion bags permits for 45MW Niigata project, Madhya Pradesh state calls for bids for 25MW rooftop scheme, Sri Lanka signs MoU with Canada for 100MW floating farm.
Head of state-owned CFE says ‘new vision’ of Obrador’s government legitimises move against ‘aberration’ of forced purchases in recent years.
Project described as South Pacific’s biggest PV plant to date will supply power to state-owned utility TPL for 25 years.
Grid expansion push is first of nine projects set to help country accommodate renewable surge all the way to 2025.
Contracts for Enel and Emgesa to supply Andean state between 2022 and 2023 mark PV’s first victories at tender designed to mitigate effects of droughts.
The French government has launched a 300MW solar tender in the Fessenheim area where a nuclear power station is scheduled for closure.
The government of Afghanistan is inviting expressions of interest from developers to bid for up to 2GW of solar as part of an effort by the Central Asian country to boost its energy self-reliance and meet growing electricity demand.
The Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) has launched a tender for up to 1.5GW of solar.
France has approved 103 large-scale solar projects totalling 720MW in the latest phase of its 3GW deployment plans.
All 200MW of Germany’s latest wind and solar tender has been awarded to PV projects.
Several rounds of auctions for large-scale projects and a favourable policy environment for distributed systems have helped create the right conditions for PV to flourish in Brazil. Rodrigo Sauaia and Juliana Vasconcelos explore the biggest areas of opportunity for foreign firms looking to access this promising new market.
Israel’s Public Utility Authority (PUA) has said that it will issue more than 1GW of fresh solar quotas, after a two-year hiatus from any new solar development.
Solar and wind will compete in a 170MW tender process in El Salvador announced by authorities on Wednesday.