Three dedicated renewables zones could generate AU$23 billion (US$14.1 billion) of private sector investment and create about 2,000 construction jobs in the state annually, says government.
Regulator’s new figures show renewables will account for 25% of all US electrical capacity by 2022 whereas coal will drop to 18.63%, according to analysis by Sun Day Campaign.
Current pipeline lies at such advanced stages that 3.6GWac of PV and wind could be commissioned nation-wide after 2019’s market lows, say Rystad Energy consultants.
Project contracted to supply power to NV Energy will be built and operated by an Indigenous workforce and marks the third joint solar collaboration for both firms.
Indian EPC giant launches construction works for 200MW solar project Lightsource BP is developing in Australia.
Delivering 103MWp Midden-Groningen within eight months involved installing 315,000 panels, setting up biodiversity-friendly areas and linking the plant directly to the Dutch grid.
The French developer's solar business has grown 69% in the first nine months of 2019, generating nearly €90 million of revenue, while wind revenue has fallen.
A draft version of the Resilient National Energy Transition Strategy outlines aims to pilot energy storage projects on the British Overseas Territory, and install up to 7MW total of distributed PV in four years.
The projects, which will be operated by First Solar's operations and maintenance arm once commissioned next year, are contracted to provide power to Facebook's data centres via a PPA with PacifiCorp.
Historically, the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) global solar market forecasts have seriously downplayed actual annual installation figures and as such should come with a warning notice to that fact.
Lisbon-headquartered Galp signs various PPAs to purchase annual 358GWh for 12 years from projects under development, with supply set to start next year.
Carbon Tracker analysis urges Asian state to ditch coal investments after finding solar will fully outcompete fossil fuel by 2025, followed by wind power in 2027.
Coastal scheme just northwest of capital Montevideo could cost upwards of US$35 million and should be operational by March 2021, government tells PV Tech.
Financiers will each pump US$53 million into the deployment of two adjacent 40MW solar farms already being built by EPC contractor Grupotec.
Vena Energy’s 70MW Mingus was built at speed to minimise impacts on endangered migratory spoonbill, whose silhouette is visible across installation from high above.