Utility Dominion Energy has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for 1GW of onshore wind and solar as part of wider clean energy plans in the US state of Virginia.
Taking a more pessimistic view of the impact of COVID-19 on the end-market demand for solar installations in 2020, IHS Markit expects global installs to decline 16% to 105GW in 2020, compared to around 125GW in 2019.
Plant contracted to a number of municipalities and community choice aggregators is set to be built by the end of the year.
Purchase of 22 contracted and operational projects across three US states is the latest in a series of PV acquisitions by the London-listed investment firm.
Spanish energy giant's new venture in South Australia sees firm join the ranks of a number of international PV developers backing major hybrid projects down under.
The World Bank-backed programme will support the development, tendering and financing of a 60MW PV project duo in the West African state.
Danish utility giant Ørsted has started building its first large-scale solar-plus-storage project in the US, located in Andrews County, Texas, alongside existing oil and gas installations.
In other Golden State developments, LA City Council green lights 8minute's 400MW/1,200MWh solar-plus-storage hybrid, set to supply utility LADWP starting 2022.
The deal with the investor-owned public utility will further the German firm's ongoing efforts to reinvent itself as a renewables major.
Luminous Energy has commenced connection works on its 162MWac solar farm in Australia, with the developer eyeing up 1.2GW of works across multiple markets.
Nordic renewables giant Statkraft has confirmed its entry into Ireland’s nascent solar power market, acquiring nine solar projects in the country.
Lightsource BP has announced its entry into the Spanish solar market with the acquisition of a 300MW project portfolio in Zaragoza.
Connection of plug-and-play hybrid to national grid will help reduce energy poverty in western African state, working to hit power capacity of 300MW by 2025.
Azure Power and Mahindra Susten were the reverse auctions' big winners, winning 370MW and 450MW respectively across both tenders.
Firm unveils project construction launch alongside the sale of six subsidy-era Spanish solar plants with a combined capacity of 10.1MW in the first half of 2019.