SEIA and WoodMac predictions of 17% jump in US-wide roll-out by end of 2019 come as Ikea's parent firm unveils investment in 403MW duo in Texas, Utah.
Infrastructure group adds to Latin American EPC contracts after being chosen by Clean Capital Energy to deploy 89MW La Huella in Chile’s Coquimbo region.
Rambler scheme becomes Duke’s fourth solar project in Lone Star state and will feature Canadian Solar’s BiKu modules, with plans to take it live by mid-2020.
Under-construction Amin project is touted as the Sultanate’s first utility-scale solar scheme and the world’s first in the segment to feature an oil major as the sole offtaker.
Firm walks PV Tech through rationale for smaller, merchant-exposed 50MWp Don Rodrigo 2 in Spain and why the firm is betting on Germany and Italy, but not Portugal.
Construction kick-off of Atacama’s 382MW Campos del Sol sees firm hit fresh Latin American PV milestone, days after making progress with 608MW complex in Brazil.
Completion of 15MW Al Kharj Solar Project follows consultants’ predictions that Middle Eastern kingdom will grow in five years to install annual solar volumes of 1-5GW.
Developer breaks ground on 133MW extension of bifacial-powered São Gonçalo solar park, meant to go live in 2020 with total capacity of 608MW.
Government confirms MoU negotiations are underway for foreign firm to develop project in country’s west, with substation already built and available.
German firm walks PV Tech through experience of building 5MW first project in Eastern state and plans to now ramp up deployment with an eye on potential sales.
Foreign crowd attends presentation of tender for both PV project and 110MW wind duo, set to add significant chunk of renewables in hydro-reliant country.
Matshela Koko says last year’s probe in South Africa has pushed him to ‘greater heights’ after securing Zimbabwe’s go-ahead to 100MW/240MWh plant.
Firm marks launch for auction-backed Cafayete project it bought in March 2018, with construction handled by EPC specialist Powerchina.
Milan-headquartered Falck to buy 70% stake of vehicle holding utility-scale scheme, which has secured grid connection and is now eyeing building permits.
Development of large-scale pipeline in one of Europe’s solar markets of the moment follows SIG’s sale of first 42.36MW it has linked since entering the country in 2017.