Paris-based group will fund 25GW-by-2025 green energy goal with 'highest capex share of all O&G majors' even as oil market crisis takes sizeable bite of Q1 2020 financials.
Oil and gas major adds 1.2GW Solarbay deal to recent 800MW push with Powertis to claim 2GW slice of new solar in Spain.
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.
Joint venture between French oil major and Indian renewables firm will count 2.1GW of AGEL's existing solar assets.
Banque des Territoires secures 50% stake in 96MW of wind and 47MW of solar across France, a package valued at around €300 million overall.
Bid of QAR0.0571/kWh (US$0.01569/kWh) for 800MW project planned west of Doha beats previous auction records secured in Portugal and Dubai.
Grid-connected 800MW project developed with local partners will help the Gulf nation to diversify its energy mix and deliver a 'carbon-neutral' football World Cup in 2022.
According to reports, a 4MW floating solar (FPV) plant is expected to get the green light on Mahe, the main island of the Seychelles by the end of the first quarter of 2020.
The completed project for Jentec Storage is the latest in a flurry of C&I activity by Total's solar distributed generation arm in the region, including a contract to supply rooftop PV to an airport that will cater to Indonesia's future capital Borneo.
A subsidiary of French power giant Total has signed a contract to supply rooftop PV to an airport in East Kalimantan province, which will be Indonesia's first airport to go solar.
TEESS, a 50/50 joint venture established by Total and Envision Group, has launched its commercial activity to develop on-site distributed generation solar projects for B2B customers in China.
SunPower-equipped plant in Iwate marks commercial launch two years after 27MW predecessor was linked in Ishikawa.
EDF signs PPA for 60MW PV project near Athens, Daystar Power partners with Swedish investment platform to finance solar in West Africa, Solar energy from Total to power GAC Dubai’s warehouses.
The MIP is no longer with us but some European manufacturers did manage to outlive it. Happily, a culture of innovation and a political will to support the sector could breathe new life into it.
The European Commission’s decision to end the minimum import price (MIP) on solar imports from China sends the wrong message about Europe’s future support of the battery storage industry, according to a key figure at French power giant, Total.