Firm starts building US$200m Oberon Solar Power Facility and launches new retail affiliate, Chariot Energy, to help deliver renewables to Texans.
Worlds of Wall Street and renewables collide as utility-scale and community solar schemes find investor suitors at stock exchange event.
Coffee giant taps LevelTen platform to buy 146MW of solar and wind in North Carolina, Texas and the US Southwest, with plans for supply to begin in 2021.
Canadian Solar subsidiary signs separate 15-year PPAs for Maplewood and Maplewood 2 projects to supply Anheuser-Busch and Energy Transfer, respectively.
US-based renewable energy developer, owner and operator Longroad Energy has reached a financial close and started construction on the Prospero Solar project in Andrews County, Texas.
TXU Energy lands US$472.6m contract to power public buildings in Texas’ third city through clean energy, with plans to deploy pipeline in state’s north.
7X Energy has entered into a second power purchase agreement for the remaining power of its 690MW Taygete Energy Project, located in Pecos County, Texas.
Rendeavour has installed its first solar power plant in Kenya, as part of a 30MW strategy for Tatu City, the company's new city development in Nairobi.
Firm’s deal to divest US leased assets for US$86.9m comes amid efforts to slim down its structure and reverse years of net losses.
Enel Green Power North America has started construction on the 497MW Roadrunner solar plant in Upton County, Texas. Once completed, the installation is set to be the largest solar facility in Enel’s US portfolio and the largest solar project in the state of Texas.
US solar development company 7X Energy has sold the 100MW Lapetus Solar Energy Project in Andrews County, Texas to Duke Energy Renewables.
E.ON has started construction on its West of the Pecos solar project, a 100MW PV project located approximately 75 miles southwest of Midland-Odessa in Reeves County, Texas.
Cubico Sustainable Investments will acquire a 580MW portfolio of solar projects from US developer Cypress Creek Renewables.
While market opportunities for energy storage in Texas are considered to be limited, the largest battery project in the state so far, a 42MWh system, has just come online.
Renewable energy fund manager Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) has started construction on two solar projects totalling 300MW(AC) in the US.