Utility’s renewable spending soars 85% to €3.34bn during year it completed Europe’s biggest solar plant and put forward large PV hybrid in Australia.
Spanish region set to cement status as European PV hotspot through new plant backed by PPA with telecoms giant Orange, adding to Iberdrola’s 500MWp and 591MWp projects in the area.
French energy major Engie is seeking a new chief executive after its board decided to oust incumbent Isabelle Kocher.
Industry members tell PV Tech of rising costs, a FIT reduction fall out, cutting power and utilities 'aggressively' entering the market.
Utility and subsidiary of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Energy aims to add 6.3GW of PV and 2.8GW of batteries by 2038, with storage part of ‘low-cost’ calculations for the first time.
Energy Storage News editor Andy Colthorpe reports back from Solar Power International 2019 in Salt Lake City, where bifacial panels were, predictably, all the rage. Meanwhile, Solar Media's editor in chief Liam Stoker discusses what's next for nuclear after EDF's latest Hinkley Point C update, and the two reflect on an important week for the climate crisis as Greta Thunberg inspires global protests, as well as the ire of a handful of detractors.
Uncertainty over potential UK exit should not be allowed to impact broader efforts on climate change and energy transition, top utilities say at Solar & Storage Live.
Megawatt-scale scheme put forward by utility partner duo will be deployed to help power wastewater treatment plant in Auckland.
Exempting utilities from mandatory procurement under 41-year-old PURPA law risks further harming independent producers and consumers, says PV body as it proposes way forward.
Thanks to “innovative business models” and the combination of PV with batteries, Japan’s “solar boom” is far from over, market expert Izumi Kaizuka of RTS PV has said.
Harmony Gold confirms discussions to build 30MW project at Welkom as analysts probe for response to price hikes and financial woes of public utility Eskom.
German energy giants E.On and RWE have reached an agreement on a major exchange of business activities, promising a significant shake-up of the duo’s energy interests.
Vattenfall has announced plans to invest up to €100 million in developing solar plants over the next two years.
An Australian utility has increased its solar feed-in tariff (FiT) rates to ensure the benefits are not eroded by increasing wholesale electricity prices.
After permitting delays, Xcel Energy says two community solar projects in Wisconsin will be online later this year.