The French independent power producer is planning the construction of a 200 MW solar facility in the Argentinean province of Tucumán.
The Spanish government has published the auction timeline and the amount of capacity it intends to allocate. Several renewable energy technologies will compete in the tender.
The government of the Brazilian state of Goiás has implemented a measure suggested by Brazil’s central government.
The approved project is the $200 million Alwa solar plant. The installation will be located in northern Chile.
In March, PV systems totaling 2.8 MW were installed in the Latin American country under the net-metering scheme.
The three large-scale PV projects are being developed in the frame of the national plan for the development of renewable energies.
The Spanish developer said the project will be completed in 2018, and will sell power to private customers on the wholesale market.
The Brazilian engineering company will act as EPC contractor for the construction of two solar parks in the state of Paraiba. The two projects were selected in the country’s first two solar auctions.
The Italian utility is laying the foundations for solar cell production at its PV panel manufacturing facility. The final goal of the project is 1 GW commercial cell production. Meanwhile, Enel Green Power has secured the PPA for a 34 MW PV facility in Zambia, and has broken ground on a 238 MW solar park in Mexico.