The current renewable capacity auctioning model places photovoltaics at a disadvantage in competitive conditions, according to the conclusions of the day “The possibilities of photovoltaics in the next auction” organized last Wednesday by the Spanish Photovoltaic Union. This substantiates what we already published last week as regards what the experts claimed in the sessions on […]
Enel, through its renewable subsidiary in Mexico, Enel Green Power Mexico (EGPM), has begun construction works of its Villanueva 754 MW photovoltaic solar power plant in Viesca in the state of Coahuila.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV), an expert in the development of solar photovoltaic plants, has concluded an agreement with Invenergy for the sale of the 65MWdc La Jacinta solar plant in Uruguay, one of Latin America largest photovoltaic projects.
Yingli has announced that its subsidiary Yingli Spain or Yingli Green Energy Spain, S.L.U. has signed an agreement to supply 50.6 megawatts (MW) in solar panels with X-ELIO, a Spanish developer and operator of large-scale photovoltaic systems.
Photovoltaics offer jobs to 1,890 people in Asturias (direct and indirect), with companies working mainly in components manufacturing and marketing as well as in engineering and installation. This figure could increase by another 960 jobs following the auctions announced by the Government.
Apple Campus 2 will be the great architectural feat this year once it opens – predictably this spring. Everything indicates that the last great project that Steve Jobs left before he died will not leave anyone indifferent. Great expectations have been generated around the works, which have been going for six years. As for its […]
Spain’s IM2 Energía Solar consolidates its international growth through the construction of two new projects in Chile valued at 10 million dollars. The company will carry out the engineering, construction, operation and maintenance work.
The new edition of the “PV Grid Parity Monitor” study shows that the decline in investment costs favors the parity of photovoltaic generation for large plants, while the fall in electricity prices works in the opposite direction.
Sonnedix has announced that it has signed a transaction to acquire Vela Centerbridge Partners portfolio of 136 MWp comprised of 43 solar photovoltaic plants operating in Spain, so that the company will become the second largest agent of the sector in our territory.