A delegation of Argentina’s Ministry of Finance has met with representatives of the Chinese government to discuss, among other things, the financing of the 300 MW solar project selected in the first national renewable energy tender of the RenovAr program.
The Dutch gas provider is building Netherlands’ first MW-sized power-to-gas installation. The plant will be powered by 5,000 solar modules.
The 6.4 MW solar facility will be located in Tsumeb, northern Namibia. The project was selected in a tender recently held by local utility Cenored.
The Norwegian solar developer has obtained a 25-year PPA for six PV power plants totaling 400 MW. The facilities will be located near Aswan in Upper Egypt.
The Chinese solar manufacturer saw revenue and profits both increase considerably last year. The company’s solar EPC business registered a 51% increase in turnover in 2016.
Albania’s Ministry of Energy and Industry has received an application for a 1.7 MW PV project last week. This is one of several large-scale PV project proposals that were submitted to local authorities over the past few months.
The struggling Chinese module maker was able to reduce its losses in fiscal 2016. Revenue and shipments for last year, however, were down due to lower ASPs and lower utilization rate of production capacity.
The Czech solar developer intends to issue public bonds worth 500 million CZK ($19.9 million). The company will use the net proceeds to finance part of a 60 MW PV project pipeline in northern Chile.
The Armenian government said the new commission will supervise the development of six solar projects totaling 110 MW.
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