New Jersey-based power producer Soltage has acquired 14MW of contracted solar assets from renewables developer ReNew Petra. The power is earmarked for rural North Carolina communities.
NADEC inks 25-year PPA with clean energy developer for project to help power complex in country’s east, with plans to launch supply in autumn 2020.
Newly operational Bluemex Power 1 Solar required US$110 million in investment and is one of two EDF Mexican projects to bag auction support.
EIB to back developer's 150MW pipeline across Africa, Swedish energy group eyes €500m raise, IRENA scheme seeks to standardise.
Local developer UDP Renewables chosen for new €30.6m scheme after joining Acciona to deliver a first 57.6MW plant in Kyiv region.
Asset manager secures funding for California’s Springbok 3 and eyes commercial debut in June, eight months after buying the project.
Energy advisory DNV GL has launched a digital marketplace for renewable energy, a platform which it says could significantly scale up the global corporate PPA market for renewables.
Official stats find 210% rise in large-scale PV workforce in past two years but associations warn rules for mandatory electricians could stifle growth.
World Bank’s IFC mulling request by energy giant for US$395m facility to deploy four plants at various development stages, with a fifth under consideration.
Builder of first utility-scale projects and local association signal faith that like-minded government and supportive policy will clear way for renewable revolution.
Firm says plant in Karnataka is first in Asian country to use high-efficiency mono PERC modules and also the largest PV farm it has ever commissioned.
Joint venture formed to deploy renewable portfolio of 900MW, featuring four solar plants and two onshore wind projects backed through post-auction 15-year PPAs.
Credit line from Exim Bank to help build 35MW of PV capacity in the African country through three facilities in Karawa, Mbandaka and Lusambo.
Standard & Poor's (S&P) has lauded the early performance of the solar assets it rates, ultimately concluding that operational risk in solar is “more benign” than other renewable technologies.
Solar Media, the publisher of PV Tech, is delighted to announce that next year’s Large Scale Solar Europe event will be held in Portugal in partnership with the country’s secretary of state of energy.