Budapest launches first ever auction for green premium tariffs under METÁR scheme as pipeline of utility-scale solar projects swells after string of announcements.
The World Bank's International Finance Corporation (IFC) will act as the transaction advisor for the forthcoming tenders, which will be for 400MW and 500MW respectively.
Solar players reap combined 530MW in contracts of 2.9GW awarded to wind, hydro and thermal plants, with average PV prices the lowest at around US$20.5/MWh.
Government is doing ‘everything wrong’ by keeping PV tenders small while larger wind auctions continue to flop, party says after latest PV contracts score average prices of €0.049/kWh.
PV bids for 20-year supply deals at A-6 auction of 18 October will start at BRL209/MWh, opening up new avenue of government support for blossoming Brazilian PV scene.
ADB: Competitive tariff for 100MW solar project northwest of Phnom Penh heralds "new era" of auctions for Southeast Asian renewables.
Project of 100MW proposes cheapest tariffs for hugely oversubscribed 500MWac grid-connected solar tender, the third of a series for Southeast Asian state.
French firm Akuo scores cheapest tariff and reaps 370MW of total 1.15GW awarded while Iberdrola bags 149MW by pledging to pay for grid space under second modality.
Tariffs of €14.76/MWh at oversubscribed latest PV tender are ‘great news’ for consumers, state secretary Galamba says as he walks PV Tech through results before their official publication.
Firm marks launch for auction-backed Cafayete project it bought in March 2018, with construction handled by EPC specialist Powerchina.
PV applicants for support under small-scale scheme table bids at average prices of US$57.9/MWh, government reveals just days before auction takes place.
Bogotá’s fresh preparations for tender it called off in February mark fresh chance for country seen as a dormant but promising market.
Government confirms 10GW across 64 projects has applied for support from two-layered 1.4GW tender, meant to award contracts later this summer.
Tender reserved for projects of 20MW or less awards 142.883MW to 23 schemes, short of the 300MW initially put forward by Athens.
Enerlife and CEI Renováveis become winners of a tender renewable proponents say has dispelled notions that clean energy is costlier than fossil fuels.